An entrance pass is required to enter Rocky Mountain National Park.
Planning to drive through Rocky Mountain National Park?
Please be aware that Trail Ridge Road is closed to through traffic for the winter season. Trail Ridge Road is currently closed at Many Parks Curve on the east side of RMNP and at the Colorado River Trailhead on the west side of the park.
Rocky Mountain National Park's 415 square miles (265,807 acres) encompasses a spectacular range of mountain environments. From meadows found in the montane life zone to the glistening lakes in the subalpine zone and to the mountain peaks located in the alpine zone, there is something for everyone to discover. Along the way explore over 300 miles of hiking trails and incredible wildlife viewing.
This site is where you will purchase your park entrance pass. An entrance pass is required to enter Rocky Mountain National Park.
Do you, or someone in your vehicle, already have a valid Interagency Annual, Senior, Access, Military, 4th Grader or other valid entrance pass? If so, you do not need to purchase this digital site pass. Only one entrance pass per private vehicle is required to enter Rocky Mountain National Park. Every vehicle entering the park must have a valid park pass.
All visitors at Rocky Mountain National Park are required to pay an entrance fee. If you already have an Interagency Annual, Senior, Access, Military, or other valid entrance pass, you do not need to purchase this digital site pass. Only one entrance pass per private vehicle is required.
You are required to show proof of this pass at the park's entrance gate. It is strongly recommended to print out or download this pass on your mobile device before reaching the park's entrance. Cell phone connectivity in many areas of the park is unreliable and very limited.
Please be prepared to show your hard copy pass or digital pass on your mobile device, or a print out copy, along with the passholder's ID each time you pass through the park's entrance station. The passholder must be present in the vehicle.
Over 4 million people visit Rocky Mountain National Park each year. Be prepared for and expect long lines when entering Rocky Mountain National Park. Purchasing this pass does not expedite entry into the park.
Passes are non-transferable, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen and are void if altered or reproduced.