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  1. Default Annual National Park Pass

    Is it worth the money to get an annual pass if I am taking a road trip and am planning on going to a few parks??? I am trying to find a list of the parks it includes and how quickly it pays for itself. I want to go to the Redwoods, Yosemite, The Grand Canyon, Shenandoah, Yellow Stone, The Badlands, etc but I am not sure which of these are national parks and which arent if anyone knows what parks are included and whether or not it is worth the money I would really appreciate the insight.
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    May 2003
    Green County, Wisconsin

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    Welcome to the RTA Forum!

    The National Parks Pass costs $80 and will get you admission into any of the national parks and monuments that charge an entry fee. It doesn't include fees for tours or camping.

    The major National Parks cost about $20 for admission, although some of the lesser traveled ones cost less, so it generally pays for itself after the 4th or 5th park. Based on where you are going, I'd recommend purchasing one.

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