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Old 08-18-2017, 11:11 PM   #10
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National Park Service Senior Pass cost skyrockets

Originally Posted by dstankov View Post
For you senior citizens (62 and older) out there, if you do not have a National Park Service Senior Pass you may want to consider getting one before August 28. On Aug 28 the Lifetime Senior Pass goes from 10.00 to 80.00. The current coast is 10.00 when purchased in person at a service center or 20.00 if ordered via on-line or mail. We took a drive to Yorktown today and got ours.

Attached is a list of places where the pass can be purchased in person.

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I'm staying Michigan this month and have realized that the $80 Lifetime Senior Pass is dirt cheap. Compare it to the annual fee for individual and family park passes in the different states. Here in Michigan, being from out of state I am required to pay $9/day to park my toad and $9/day for my RV besides the camping fee. I opted for the annual passes - $32 for each vehicle plus camping fees. That's right $64. Money well spent as we have visited many state parks while here.
$80 is a big increase but still a great deal.
Dennis and Pam
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