Entrance Fee Collection Resumes at Dinosaur National Monument
By Kristin Forbis, Jun 30, 2020
Entrance fee collection has resumed at Dinosaur National Monument. National Park Service announced last week that the visitor centers and Quarry Exhibit Hall would reopen on Tuesday, June 30th. To help keep staff and visitors safe, the Monument has introduced digital entrance passes so that visitors can now pay the daily entrance fee before their arrival. “This will help reduce wait times and allow you to get to the visitor center, trailhead or boat ramp faster,” shares the Monument. “Just a reminder that entrance fees are required of all visitors recreating in the monument whether they are visiting the Quarry Exhibit Hall or not. Fee revenues fund a wide variety of projects such as trail work, bathroom renovations, and new exhibits that improve park facilities and visitor experiences.” For more information, visit www.nps.gov.