Attention, Seniors Et Al
By Mike Brookes
Arizona sightseers, RVers, campers, fishermen, boaters, and their
friends and families: Here is some good news and information for
seniors and their friends and families.
How would you like free admission to all national parks and
monuments in the United States? How would you like a 50 percent
discount on camping and cave tours administered by federal agencies?
How about a 50 percent discount for parking, fishing, boating in
Arizona lakes that are located in the national forests? And, how
about going to Sedona’s Red Rock areas and not having to purchase a
Red Rock permit?
All of these advantages are available with a simple one-time
purchase of a lifetime Golden Age Passport, and the coast is only
$10. The pass affords people an opportunity to visit places they
might not have when they were younger, and the price is right.
The Golden Age Passport may be issued to a citizen or permanent
resident of the United States who is 62 or over. The unique card
allows the passport signer and accompanying passengers in
non-commercial vehicles free entrance and reductions in the
previously mentioned venues and may be used in lieu of a Red Rock
If the passport is used for parking, it must be displayed
appropriately on the dashboard (with a receipt, if that is
How does one get a Golden Age Passport? Simply visit any national
forest or national parks monument office.
And, to those a bit younger than 62, remember to take your
favorite Golden Age Passport senior with you and enjoy both the
company and the savings — from the Grand Canyon to Canyon Lake and
all points in between.