Frequently Asked Questions.
Are there discounts available for people with disabilities or seniors?
Several state and federal agencies that manage public outdoor recreational sites and activities offer discounted usage fees and/or amenity fees for users with disabilities and those who are aging. For details on general, disability, and aging usage fees, please see the information below, contact the local site managers, or visit the links provided.
I. The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks offers discounted usage fees for camping, discounted licensing fees for fishing and hunting, and some special hunting permits to individuals with disabilities. To learn more about these programs or obtain applications, please contact Montana FWP or visit this site to learn more.
II. The America Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass Program: access to, and use of, sites managed by the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, USDA Forest Service, and Bureau of Reclamation. Please see the information below, visit the links provided, or contact local site managers for more information.
- Annual Pass: $80 yearly for US citizens: covers entrance fees or standard amenity fees. Inquire locally or visit this site to learn more.
- Golden Access Passport: Discontinued; replaced by Access Pass (see below).
- Access Pass: Free, lifetime pass for US citizens with permanent disabilities: covers entrance fees or standard amenity fees and discounts some expanded amenity fees. Inquire locally or visit this site to learn more.
- Golden Age Passport: Discontinued; replaced by Senior Pass (see below).
- Senior Pass: $10 lifetime pass for US citizens/permanent residents age 62 or over: covers entry fees or standard amenity fees and discounts some expanded amenity fees. Inquire locally or visit this site to learn more.