The entrance fee to Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the best values around – just $20 for an automobile pass that’s good for 7 days. You can come and go as you please, day or night.
If you’d rather walk, bike, or ride a motorcycle into Rocky Mountain National Park, you’ll pay just $10 for 7 days.
Spring for the $40 annual pass, and it’s good for an entire year, unlimited use.
If you’ve already purchased an $80 national parks annual pass, you can use your pass for free entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Disabled citizens can obtain a free lifetime pass to all U.S. National Parks, and senior citizens can get the same pass for just $10.
In 2011, Rocky Mountain National Park (along with all of the other national parks) will offer the following free days:
- April 16-24, 2011
- September 24, 2011
- November 11, 2011
Please note that while Rocky Mountain National Park is open year-round, Trail Ridge Road (which connects Grand Lake to Estes Park) does close for the winter.