Blue Ridge Parkway Permits

Hunter Parking Permit

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Hunting is not allowed on Blue Ridge Parkway lands. Hunting is permitted, however, on United States National Forest Lands adjacent to the Parkway. From certain overlooks, hunters may access Forest Service lands with a permit that is available at District Ranger Offices.

SPECIAL USE PERMITS

Commercial Filming Permit

Details

Any type of commercial filming on the Blue Ridge Parkway requires a Special Use Permit. There is an application fee of $50 and an additional $125 administrative fee is due upon issuance of the permit. Extensive planning may be required to ensure that visitors' use and enjoyment of the Parkway is not disrupted during the filming. A copy of the park policy and application can be downloaded at the link provided below. Contact park headquarters at (828) 271 4779 ext 246 for more information.

Special Park Use or Event Permit

Details

Activities such as sporting events, pageants, public spectator attractions, entertainment, wedding ceremonies, or large group gatherings require a permit. A $50 application fee is required and an additional $125 administrative fee is due upon issuance of the permit. A copy of the park policy and application can be downloaded at the link provided below. Call park headquarters at (828) 271 4779 ext 246 for more information.

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