Capitol Reef National Park Site Pass

Capitol Reef National Park

Located in south-central Utah in the heart of red rock country, Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden treasure filled with cliffs, canyons, domes, and bridges in the Waterpocket Fold, a geologic monocline (a wrinkle on the earth) extending almost 100 miles.

Entrance fees are charged for traveling the park's Scenic Drive beyond the Fruita Campground. Passes are valid for 7 days. Holders of America the Beautiful passes are provided access into Capitol Reef and other federal fee areas at no additional cost.

The park requires all visitors 16 yrs of age and older traveling Scenic Drive beyond the Fruita Campground to pay an entrance fee.

You are purchasing a digital site pass that is valid only for weekly or annual entrance fees at Capitol Reef National Park. 

If you are a current holder of an Interagency Annual pass or Interagency Senior pass you do not need to purchase a digital vehicle or individual pass.

This fee covers unlimited entry for one vehicle and passengers for 7 consecutive days, beginning on the start date you select. 

Please be prepared to show your site pass on your mobile device (or printed on paper) to NPS staff upon request.

Entrance passes are non-transferrable, non-refundable, will not be replaced if lost or stolen and will be void if altered or reproduced.

Do you already own a pass? Capitol Reef National Park honors the Interagency annual and lifetime passes that are valid at multiple national park and federal sites. If you own one of these passes you do NOT need to purchase a digital site pass.

Areas of Capitol Reef National Park have limited connectivity. Please download this pass to your mobile device or print a hard copy before arriving at the park.

Are you visiting multiple parks? Upon arrival at Capitol Reef National Park, you may purchase Interagency annual and lifetime passes at the visitor center that allow entry at multiple national parks and federal lands. For information about these other pass options, please visit the Recreation.gov “Buy a Pass” page or visit the USGS Store Recreational Pass Descriptions website.