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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Saguaro National Park passes are now available online on their website.

The National Park Annual Pass allows entry for the pass owner and their guests in a single private vehicle or up to four adults by foot or bicycle for 12 months for $25, according to park officials.

The Saguaro National Park Weekly Pass allows entry for the pass owner and his or her guest in a single private vehicle or two adults by foot or bicycle for seven days for $10.

"We realize that it may not be convenient for all visitors to come in to the visitor centers to purchase an annual pass or entry fee into the park," said Darla Sidles, Superintendent of Saguaro National Park. "This makes it easier for hikers, bikers, and other visitors to plan ahead or gift an annual pass while supporting their national park."

Both passes are accepted at the Rincon and Tucson Mountain Districts and can also be purchased in person. 

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