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Red Rock Scenic Byway (SR 179) Questions & Answers

Liberty, Missouri

What do they mean about getting a pass so you don't pay at every trailhead?

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Farmington Hills, Michigan
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We just did the drive, you don't have to pay anything for that. We stopped in Red Rock state park and that was $7 a person to go in and hike around.

over a year ago
Liberty, Missouri
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Thanks to everyone for answering my Red Rock questions!

over a year ago
Greensboro, North Carolina
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Sorry I didn’t do any trails. I know there is a park pass that includes all national parks. Hope that helps you.

over a year ago
Penn Valley, California
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There is no fee to use the trails, but there is a fee to park in some of the lots. A pass can be more cost effective and easier.

over a year ago
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If you are going to be there a few days and hike several parks, it's usually $10 to park and enter. So it might be a good idea to buy a pass. We only hiked at one place, west Fork, so we paid $10.

over a year ago
New Jersey
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National parks have day passes, monthly passes and also yearly passes for adults and seniors. Those admit you to all national parks. State parks have their own admission plans.

over a year ago
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