Badlands National Park Fee Details

Badlands National Park Entrance Fees Private Non-commercial Vehicle $10 - 7 Days $20 Annual Individual - hike, bicycle, non-commercial $5 - 7 Days $20 Annual Motorcycle $5 - 7 Days, $5 per additional passenger $20 Annual Member, Oglala Sioux Tribe $5.00 per vehicle $20 Annual Motorcycle, bicycle, or foot $2.50 per vehicle Additional passenger $2.50 per passenger Commercial Sedan, 1 to 6 passenger capacity $25 + $5 per person - 7 Days Commercial Van, 7 to 15 passenger capacity $50 - 7 Days Commercial Minibus, 16 to 25 passenger capacity $60 - 7 Days Commercial Motorcoach, 26 or more passenger capacity $150 - 7 Days Entrance fees are good for seven days admission to/from the park. For questions call 605-433-5361.

For anyone visiting several national parks -

National Parks Pass

$80.00 per pass

This nontransferable annual pass covers the entrance or standard amenity fees at sites managed by the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It does not cover camping fees, parking fees, user fees (i.e. cave tours), concession activities, or cooperating association bookstore charges..

For U.S. Citizens, 62 Years of Age or Older -

America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass $10.00 per passport

This nontransferable pass allows lifetime entrance to all National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife areas to United States citizens or permanent residents who are blind or permanently disabled. It also entitles the bearer to a 50% discount on camping fees in many federal campgrounds. It cannot be used at concession facilities or cooperating association bookstores.

Camping Cedar Pass Campground Fee:

summer - $10 per site winter - $10 per site

Located near the Ben Reifel Visitor Center, the Cedar Pass Campground has 96 level sites with scenic views of the badlands formations.

Sage Creek Campground

Fee: Free

Bison often wander through this primitive campground, located on the west side of the park's North Unit, near the Badlands Wilderness Area. Access is located off of the Sage Creek Rim Road, an unpaved road that may temporarily close after winter storms and spring rains. The road provides limited turnarounds for large recreational vehicles. Camping is free of charge. Pit toilets and covered picnic tables are available, but no water is available on-site. A portion of the Sage Creek Campground is designated for horse use.

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