Passes are valid for ENTRANCE FEES only. They admit the pass holder to Everglades National Park. In some cases, such as with vehicle passes, they may also admit the occupants of a single, private, non-commercial vehicle to the national park. Passes may be upgraded to an Annual Pass or Inter-agency Annual Pass at the National Park Service site printed on the receipt. Passes are non-transferrable, non-refundable, and not replaceable if lost or stolen, and void if altered or reproduced.
Motorcycle passes should be carried on the person at all times while in the national park. A motorcycle pass should not be left with an unattended motorcycle.
Pedestrian passes should be carried on the person at all times while in the national park.
Your pass is activated and becomes valid upon entry to the park. It is then valid for 12 months from activation. For example, if you use your annual pass for the first time on May 15, 2016, it will be valid through May 15, 2017.
On the next screen, you will have the option to select whether or not this pass is a gift. Please list the person you are giving the pass to in the "To" field, and their email address in the "Recipient Email" field.
You will also have the option to include a note and print a gift card, or send the pass to the recipient via email.
No. Park passes are non-transferable. Park rangers confirm the validity of passes at the park’s entrance.
Yes. There are a variety of interagency pass options for Everglades National Park tickets including interagency annual passes and discounted passes for U.S. military members, seniors, those with permanent disabilities, 4th Grade students, and volunteers. Go to nps.gov/ever/planyourvisit/fees.htm for more information.
For more information, please review the National Park Service website.