Canyonlands National Park Waivers

Fee waiver requests for Canyonlands National Park are processed by the Southeast Utah Group Fee Coordinator. To qualify for a fee waiver, the purpose of the visit must be educational rather than recreational in nature and must relate directly to the resources of the area.

Requests for fee waivers must be made by a recognized educational institution on school letterhead. The letter must include information regarding the specific educational purpose of the trip, the date of the anticipated visit, the particular parks and/or monuments of the Southeast Utah Group that will be visited, and the number of students and teachers in the group. Please note that neither reservation fees nor camping fees are waived for educational groups.

Submit requests to:

National Park Servicee

Educational Fee Waivers

2282 S. West Resource Blvd.

Moab, UT 84532

Fax: (435) 719-2300Please allow two weeks for processing.

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