Entrance Fees at the Ten Most-Visited National Parks

1. Great Smoky Mountains National Park   (2014 visitors - 10,099,076) - No entrance fee.

2. Grand Canyon National Park (2014 visitors - 4,756,771)  - $30 per vehicle; $25 per person on motorcycles; $15 per person on bicycles or by foot .

3. Yosemite National Park (2014 visitors - 3,882,642) - $30 per vehicle; $20 per person on motorcycles; $15 per person on bicycles or by foot.

4. Yellowstone National Park (2014 visitors - 3,513,484) - $30 per vehicle; $25 per motorcycle or snowmobile; $15 on skis or by foot.   

5. Rocky Mountain National Park (2014 visitors 3,434,751) - $30 per vehicle; $25 per person on motorcycles; $15 on bicycle, or by foot.

6. Olympic National Park  (2014 visitors - 3,243,872) - $20 per vehicle; $10 per person on motorcycles; $7 per person on bicycles or by foot.

7. Zion Natonal Park ational Park (2014 visitors - 3,189,696) - $30 per vehicle; $25 per person on motorcycles; $15 per person on bicycles or by foot.

8. Grand Teton National Park (2014 visitors - 2,791,392) - $30 per vehicle; $25 per person on motorcycles; $15 per person on bicycles or by foot.

9. Acadia National Park (2014 visitors - 2,563,129) - Entrance fee charged May through October. $25 per vehicle; $20 per person on Motorcycles; $12 per person on bicycles or by foot. No charge from November through April.  

10. Glacier National Park (2014 visitors - 2,338,528) - $30 per vehicle; $25 per motorcycle; $15 per person on bicycles or by foot.  Fees are reduced from November through April.