CEDAR BREAKS NATIONAL MONUMENT — Beginning in May, payments for park entrance fees, campground fees and Interagency Pass purchases at Cedar Breaks National Monument will be by credit and debit card only. Cash and check payments will no longer be accepted.1 comment on this story
Visitors can pay via the following charge cards: American Express, Mastercard, Visa, Discover and Diners International. As always, recreation passes will be honored for entrance fees. Senior and Access passes will still provide a discount on camping.
Visitors needing to pay entrance fees with cash or check can do so at the Zion Forever Project bookstore located in the Information Center at Point Supreme.
Ken Watson, chief of interpretation at Cedar Breaks, said in a statement the change will "greatly reduce the amount of liability, time and overhead needed to run the park's fee program, allowing more of our fees to be used on projects and programs that enhance the visitor's experience."