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Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Questions & Answers

Tuscumbia, Alabama

How much to pay for an adult ticket to visit the park?

over a year ago Answer

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Phillipsburg, New Jersey
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I work for the NPS at another park.

There is NO FEE!!!!

over a year ago
Gainesville, Georgia
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There wasn't a fee when we went.....great hiking! We did stop at the Visitor's Center first to get some pointers which ended up being very helpful! Have a great time!

over a year ago
Deer River, Minnesota
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There is no fee to walk on the trails or to drive on the scenic road way to the top. This is truly a beautiful park to take your time at. Some areas are easier than others to hike or to stroll. Enjoy.

over a year ago
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
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There is no fee to visit the park or to partake of its amenities.

over a year ago
Menlo, Georgia
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I believe all activities are free at the National Park.

over a year ago
Hays, Kansas
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There is no fee to visit the park or to use the trails or visit the overlook. It is definitely a worthwhile trip!

over a year ago
Raleigh, NC
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There is no entrance fee, and visitors are free to walk the trails and explore historic sites. There are a couple of guided tours for the cave and a special historical trail, which do have charges- $8-10 for adults, half for children. There is also a 120-spot campground; see their website for fees and availability for camping. Free parking is available at the main office and at various other road-accessible sites throughout the park.

over a year ago
Phoenix, Arizona
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I don't think there is any fee.

over a year ago
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There was no charge to enter the park. There was a donation box at the visitors center. Your choice.

over a year ago
Dayton, Ohio
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I think it was around $4.00, but I'm really not sure. I'll check with my granddaughter and let you know if it is different.

over a year ago
West Carrollton, Ohio
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There was no cost to visit Cumberland gap

over a year ago
harrogate
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no there is definitely no fee and yall feel free to visit all the restraunts and state parks and the mall and shops in the local area we love our tourists here and we are also creating new trails in the park to connect to local state parks...so stay tuned on that!

over a year ago
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