The National Park Service's Southeast Utah Group is proposing to raise private, non-commercial vehicle entrance fees from $10 to $25, although the $10 rate would remain in effect during off-peak visitation hours over a trial period.
Beyond the proposed fee hike for private vehicles, the agency's proposal would boost entrance fees for motorcyclists from $5 to $20; bicyclists and pedestrians would pay an extra $5, or $10 total, to enter either one of the two parks.
In addition, an annual Southeast Utah Group pass to Arches and Canyonlands, as well as Hovenweep and Natural Bridges national monuments, would increase from $25 to $50. Fees for camp sites at the two national parks would also go up by varying amounts, as would the costs for ranger-led tours or private permits to enter Arches' Fiery Furnace.
Park Service proposes fee hikes - Moab Sun News: News