"America the Beautiful" Volunteer Pass
What are the benefits of the pass?
The pass covers entrance and/or standard amenity fees on lands managed by the Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Reclamation, and the Department of Agriculture's USDA Forest Service. Passes are valid for one year from the issuance date.
How can I qualify for a Volunteer Pass?
Accrue just 250 hours of volunteer service on participating Federal public lands, and you can receive the new Volunteer Pass in recognition of your efforts. This pass is only available to those agencies listed about and is totally voluntary.
Simply log into the system by entering your e-mail and following the directions provided. Should you have difficulty with the instructions or coordinate with your volunteer supervisor or volunteer coordinator. For information on the "America the Beautiful" Federal Recreational Lands Pass Program, see the attached downloadable information sheet and Customer Help Manual.
For more information about the Pass, please see the following site: http://store.usgs.gov/pass/volunteer.html
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Volunteer Annual Day Use Pass
The pass permits the holder and all accompanying passengers in the vehicle to use any or all boat launch ramps and/or designated, developed swimming beaches at any U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operated recreation area for one year from date of issuance, except at facilities located within a fee campground and reserved exclusively for the use of campers.
Accrue just 100 hours of volunteer service at Corps of Engineers facilities, and you can receive an Annual Day Use Pass in recognition of your efforts.