North Dakota State Park Fees on the Rise

The annual pass is going up by $10 to $35
Fort Ransom State Park Courtesy: North Dakota Parks and Recreation


NORTH DAKOTA — Visitors to North Dakota’s state parks will see an increase in fees next week.

The daily vehicle pass is going up by $2 to a grand total of $7 effective August 1.

The annual pass is going up by $10 to $35.

The new rate will take effect with the 2018 passes, which go on sale November 1.

Senior and veteran annual passes increase from $20 to $28.

They’re available only to North Dakotans.

The daily entrance fee hadn’t been increased for 17 years until the Legislature took action this year.

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