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Theodore Roosevelt National Park offers electronic passes

MEDORA -- The Theodore National Park will now offer visitors the opportunity to purchase electronic entrance passes to the park. The electronic passes are apart of a pilot program called "Your Pass Now" that is intended to better serve national p...

MEDORA -- The Theodore National Park will now offer visitors the opportunity to purchase electronic entrance passes to the park.

The electronic passes are apart of a pilot program called “Your Pass Now” that is intended to better serve national park visitors. Visitors will be able to purchase annual and seven-day passes at to TRNP as well as other select national parks at www.yourpassnow.com . There is no additional cost for electronic passes.

Once purchased, electronic passes may be printed or can be used on a mobile device for use at the park on the date of purchase or at a specified future date. Specific instructions for the electronic passes will be provided after purchase. Passes are non-refundable, non-transferrable, and non-replaceable if lost or stolen.

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