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(May 14, 2018) -- Cedar Breaks National Monument conducted civic engagement in January and February of this year, proposing to increase the entrance fee in order to the meet the NPS standard entrance fee rates as required by the Department of Interior.

UT: Cedar Breaks National Monument raises visitor fees

ST. GEORGE, Utah — Cedar Breaks National Monument is again raising park fees.

Cedar Breaks National Monument conducted civic engagement in January and February of this year, proposing to increase the entrance fee in order to the meet the NPS standard entrance fee rates as required by the Department of Interior. Cedar Breaks, as a Group 1 park, will have entrance fee rates of $7 per person and $30 for a Cedar Breaks annual pass. The fee for campsites has increased from $20 to $24.

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