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Mount Rainier National Park going cashless –
Applies to entry fee and camping, but not concessions!

Mt. Rainier.
Credit: National Parks Traveler

Mount Rainier National Park Going Cashless

Excerpt from National Parks Traveler:

Beginning May 26, Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state will transition to a fully cashless fee system and will accept only electronic card payments for entrance fees and campgrounds.  

Visitors who are only able to pay with cash will be able to purchase a prepaid pass from various local vendors before coming to the park. The park is currently working to identify vendors to sell these passes. The Mount Rainier National Park Annual Pass, private vehicle passes, motorcycle passes, individual passes and backcountry permits may also be purchased online at recreation.gov. Advance campground reservations will continue to be available through recreation.gov and payments for first-come, first-served camp sites will be cashless. Concession-run hotels, bookstores, and restaurants inside the park will still accept cash or card payments.  

Posted by Steve on March 21, 2023 at 12:31 am | Permalink

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