Our network

Fees resume at Lake Mead | News

Title (Max 100 Characters)

Fees resume at Lake Mead
News

BOULDER CITY, Nev. -- The National Park Service said entrance fees for Lake Mead National Recreation Area have resumed. Officials started charging to go through the area Sunday.

The fees were previously halted after massive flood waters closed the area. The waiver of fees allowed drivers of passenger vehicles and selected commercial vehicles to detour the interstate closure after it was washed out by flooding.

But, now all passenger traffic can travel on I-15. Some restrictions still apply for commercial vehicles. Details can be found here.

Vehicle passes at Lake Mead National Recreation Area are $10 for 1-7 days or $30 for the remaining calendar year. Seniors (62 and older) may purchase a lifetime pass for $10. Active duty military may obtain a free annual pass. Those who are permanently disabled may receive a free lifetime pass also.






News

Boulder City Deals