Cabrillo National Monument Offers Electronic Park Entrance Passes

For Immediate Release: March 14, 2019
Release No.: 2019-04

CABRILLO NATIONAL MONUMENT OFFERS ELECTRONIC PARK ENTRANCE PASSES BEGINNING MARCH 2019

 

Cabrillo National Monument announces the opportunity for park visitors to purchase their park entrance passes electronically through YourPassNow. Once visitors purchase and save their digital pass to their cell phone, or print and bring their purchased pass with them, Rangers will scan their pass at the entrance station. This convenient new service will give visitors the choice of purchasing a park pass in advance, or purchasing a pass in person at the park entrance station. This option is already available to visitors at several National Park Service sites across the country.

 

“We are excited to bring YourPassNow to Cabrillo National Monument. This technology provides visitors with the option for buying their park entrance passes in advance while on the road or from home,” stated Cabrillo National Monument Superintendent Andrea Compton.

YourPassNow provides an alternative to the traditional paper-based, in-person purchase method while simultaneously providing public lands with a tool to help manage the visitor experience. Using a computer or a personal device, visitors can purchase park entrance passes from yourpassnow.com at no additional cost. Once purchased, passes can be downloaded or stored to an electronic wallet for immediate and future use. Passes are also emailed for those that want to print their pass.

 

The following passes will be available on https://www.YourPassNow.com/ParkPass/park/cabr:

 

Private Vehicle ($20, valid one to seven days)

Motorcycle ($15, valid one to seven days)

Individual/Bicycle ($10, valid one to seven days)

Cabrillo Annual Pass ($35 valid for one year from month of purchase)

 

 

“NIC is committed to delivering solutions that make it easier for individuals to access and enjoy our public lands.” said Sandi Miller, General Manager, NIC Inc. “We are thrilled to provide Cabrillo National Monument, with a digital option for visitors to purchase their passes online.” said Miller.

 

Cabrillo joins the following public lands currently providing electronic passes and permits through YourPassNow: Acadia, Crater Lake, Everglades, Glacier, Grand Canyon, Mount Rainier, Olympic, Theodore Roosevelt, Sequoia and Kings Canyon, Yellowstone, and Yosemite National Parks; Castillo de San Marcos and Colorado National Monuments; Whiskeytown National Recreation Area; Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area; Fort Vancouver National Historic Site; Wayne and Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forests; the Bureau of Land Management’s Lake Havasu and Yuma Field Offices; and the State of Arkansas’ historic Eureka Springs.

 

About YourPassNow

 

Developed in cooperation with the National Park Service, YourPassNow makes it easy and convenient for visitors to purchase entrance passes and land access permits to public lands online. YourPassNow streamlines a paper-based purchase process that was previously only available at physical park locations or approved resellers. YourPassNow provides visitors a new level of recreation access to America’s public lands. For more information, please visit www.yourpassnow.com

 

About NIC Inc.

 

NIC Inc. (Nasdaq: EGOV) is the nation’s premier provider of innovative digital government solutions and secure payment processing, which help make government interactions more accessible for everyone through technology. The family of NIC companies has developed a library of more than 13,000 digital government services for more than 6,000 federal, state, and local government agencies. Among these solutions is the ground-breaking personal assistant for government, Gov2Go, delivering citizens personalized reminders and a single platform for all government interactions. More information is available at www.egov.com.

 

About the National Park Service

 

More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America’s 417 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. Visit us at www.nps.gov.

 

Elizabeth Skinner

Chief of Interpretation and Education

Cabrillo National Monument

1800 Cabrillo Memorial Drive

San Diego, CA 92106

(619) 523-4280

elizabeth_skinner@nps.gov

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