Joint Pass Eliminated at Yellowstone-Grand Teton
Written by andrew-rossi on May 14, 2018
Starting June 1st, visitors will no longer be able to buy a joint pass to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Instead, visitors will have to pay the fee twice if they enter Grand Teton through Yellowstone and vice versa.
In years past, visitors could buy a seven-day pass to Yellowstone and Grand Teton for $50. But Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk told attendees at last week’s Parks Day luncheon that the two-park pass was considered unnecessary.
The Interagency Pass is honored at all National Park Service, BLM, Forest Service and Bureau of Reclamation sites that charge entrance or amenity fees.
June 1st is also the day the seven-day entrance fee for vehicles will go up from $30 to $35 at both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.