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    Arches, Canyonlands resume entrance fees

    Online prepayment available

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    Arches and Canyonlands national parks resumed entrance fee collection on Monday, June 15 as part of its phased reopening process. The parks’ visitor centers and campgrounds will remain closed while other facilities, including bathrooms, backcountry permitting, park stores and all roads and trails will be open.

    Tourists line up to enter Arches National Park
    Annual passes are also available for Arches and Canyonlands national parks. File photo

    To reduce the risk of disease transmission, park staff will discourage the use of cash at entrance booths, according to the Park Service announcement. Park officials are strongly encouraging visitors to pay by credit card at park entrances or to pay online.

    To prepay for access to Arches National Park, park-goers may visit[7977181](tel:7977181)7. For access to Canyonlands National Park, visit[7418602](tel:7418602)0.

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