Recreational Fees on National Forest Lands in Southern California
(Revised June-97)

Beginning in May 1997, the four National Forests of Southern California, Los Padres, Angeles, San Bernardino and Cleveland, will require parking permits when parking and recreating on forest land. The permits will be sold at Forest Service offices and local vendors. The pass will be available in two forms:

  1. A daily pass for $5.00
  2. An annual pass for $30.00 per year--good one year from the month of purchase.

Visitors to the national forests can expect to see a return on their investment. New and renewed sites and services will demonstrate their fees at work. Visitors will be encouraged to respond to surveys asking for their thoughts on the pilot program-how they would like to see it work. how their investment is being managed and how together we can ensure that national forests remain special places today and in the future.

Hundred Peaks Section, Angeles Chapter, Sierra Club
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