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Arkansas Post National Memorial Fees


The entrance fee is on a seasonal schedule based on services offered. From Memorial Day until Labor Day the National Park offers a full schedule of daily programs, including Living History, Ranger Talks, and Audio-Visual programs and charges $4 per person with a $10 maximum per private passenger vehicle. There is no charge for ages 15 and younger. During the off season only Audio-Visual programs, McLean House Tours, and self guided walks are available. Fees during the off season are: $3 per person with a $5 maximum per private passenger vehicle. The Interagency Passes (National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass Program) are honored. This includes the Annual ($80), Senior ($10), Access, Volunteer, and park specific (Appomattox Court House NHP) annual pass ($15). Vehicles are restricted to the parking area and paved roads. Pets must be on a leash. Picnicking is permitted in designated areas only. Commercial activities on Park grounds are by permit only. Permit questions should be directed to the Office of the Superintendent at: 434-352-8987 x 227

For Group Reservations and Educational Resources contact: Ranger Brandon Chamberlain: 434-352-8987 x 231 or brandon_chamberlaine-mail us Mail may be addressed to: Appomattox Court House NHP Attn: Ranger Chamberlain P.O. Box 218 Appomattox, VA 24522 The"Appomattox Group Reservation Form"

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