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Acadia National Park
Acadia National Park by National Park Service

Hulls Cove Visitor Center May 17, 2013: The visitor center will open on May 19 and will be open 9-5 every day. All park passes are available there. There is an accessible entrance at the back of the building for those who have trouble climbing stairs. Fees & Reservations Jump to Where to Purchase Entrance Passes Entrance Fees Non-Commercial Organized Group Fees Commercial Tours Annual and Lifetime Passes 2013 Fee Free Days To encourage Americans to explore America's natural beauty, rich history and culture, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced that the National Park Service will waive entrances fees on 11 days in 2013. January 21 : Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend April 22-26 : National Park Week August 25 : National Park Service Birthday September 28 : National Public Lands Day November 9-11 : Veteran's Day Weekend Where to Purchase Entrance Passes Detailed Acadia National Park Map Bar Harbor Village Green Blackwoods Campground Hull's Cove Visitor Center Sand Beach Entrance Station Seawall Campground Thompson Island Information Center Entrance Fees All park visitors are required to pay an entrance fee upon entry May through October . Passes are non-transferable. Credit cards accept at all fee collection areas. Private Vehicle: $20 valid for 7 days Admits private, non-commercial vehicle (15 passenger capacity or less) and all occupants. Motorcycle: $5 valid for 7 days Admits one individual on a private, non-commercial motorcycle. Per Person: $5 valid for 7 days Admits one individual with no car (bicyclist, hiker, pedestrian). Youth 15 and under are admitted free of charge. Non-Commercial Organized Group Fees Organized groups such as Scouts, Rotary, Clubs, Youth Groups, Churches, Reunions, etc. that do not qualify for an Educational Fee Waiver are charged as follows. $20 per vehicle : Non-commercial vehicles with 15 or less capacity. $5 per person : Non-commercial vehicles with 16 or greater capacity. Youth 15 and under are admitted free of charge. Commercial Tours A commercial tour is defined as consisting of one or more persons traveling on an itinerary that has been packaged, priced, or sold for leisure or recreational purposes by an organization that realizes financial gain through the provisions of the service. For more information, download the Commercial Tours Information brochure . Annual and Lifetime Passes Acadia Annual Pass: $40 Valid for 12 months from purchase date. This pass provides access to Acadia National Park only. This pass admits the pass holder and passengers in a non-commercial vehicle. The following passes provide access to, and use of, Federal recreation sites that charge an Entrance or Standard Amenity Fee, and can be obtained at any park entrance station. A pass admits the holder and passengers in a non-commercial vehicle at per vehicle fee areas and pass holder +3 adults at per person fee areas. To purchase a pass online, visit: . Interagency Annual Pass: $80 Valid for 12 months from purchase date. Interagency Annual - Military Pass: $0 This is a free pass for active duty military personnel and their dependents, with valid documentation (CAC Card or DD Form 1173). Interagency Annual Volunteer Pass: $0 This pass is for volunteers acquiring 250 service hours on a cumulative basis. Click here to learn about volunteer opportunities at Acadia. Access Pass: $0 Valid for life. This is a lifetime pass for U.S. citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities. Senior Pass: $10 This is a lifetime pass for U.S. citizens or permanent residents age 62 or over.

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