Nev. Admin. Code § 407.050 - Permits for senior citizens, disabled veterans, commercial photography and nonemergency aircraft; miscellaneous fees

1. The Division will issue a permit for senior citizens to a person who is a resident of Nevada and applies for such a permit if the person:
(a) Is 65 years of age or older;
(b) Pays a $30 administrative fee to the Division;
(c) Provides proof of age and residence in Nevada to the Division; and
(d) Possesses a Nevada driver's license or an identification card issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

A permit for senior citizens authorizes the holder to enter, camp in and boat in all parks for 12 months after the date the permit is issued. The permit does not authorize the use of hook-ups without payment of the fee set forth in this section.

2. The Division will issue a permit for disabled veterans to a person who is a resident of Nevada and applies for such a permit if the person:
(a) Provides proof to the Division of:
(1) A permanent service-connected disability;
(2) The status required by NRS 407.065;
(3) An honorable discharge from the Armed Forces of the United States; and
(4) Residence in Nevada; and
(b) Pays a $30 administrative fee to the Division.

A permit for disabled veterans authorizes the holder to enter, camp in and boat in all parks for 12 months after the date the permit is issued. The permit does not authorize the use of hook-ups without payment of the fee set forth in this section.

3. The Division may issue a permit that authorizes the landing of not more than two nonemergency aircraft in designated areas of a park. If the Division issues such a permit, the Division will charge a fee of $200 per event per day for the permit.
4. The Division will charge and collect the following fees:

(a) For the use of a facility for the dumping of sewage by a person not camping in the park ................................

The entrance fee for the park.

(b) For the use of the showers by a person not camping in the park ..................

The entrance fee for the park, not including any additional charges at coin-operated showers.

(c) For making a camping reservation for individual campsites or cabins or related activities in a park designated by the Administrator as being available for camping reservations ...................................................

Not more than $25 per reservation for a campsite or cabin, day use or other related activities.

(d) For the reservation of stage areas ..............................................................

The fee established by agreement or a special use permit, or both.

(e) To replace an all access permit, an annual permit, a permit for senior citizens or a permit for disabled veterans ...........................................

$10.

(f) For the use of a campsite at which a hook-up is available ........................

$10 per vehicle.

(g) For the reservation of lodging for large groups ..............................

Not more than $2,500 per day.

5. For commercial bus tours, the Division will charge and collect the established entrance fee or $2 per person, whichever is greater, or the fee established by a special use permit. A special use permit may provide for monthly billings.
6. For each day or partial day that a person engages in an activity requiring a photography permit in a park pursuant to section 3 of LCB File No. R123-20, the Division will charge and collect the following fee according to the total number of vehicles or the total number of persons, whichever results in a higher fee:

Number of Vehicles or Persons

Fee Per Day

Class A: 1 to 3 vehicles or 2 to 15 persons ........................................................

............. $50

Class B: 4 to 7 vehicles or 16 to 30 persons .......................................................

............. 200

Class C: 8 to 11 vehicles or 31 to 50 persons .....................................................

............. 350

Class D: 12 to 15 vehicles or 51 to 75 persons ..................................................

............. 500

Class E: 16 to 20 vehicles or 76 to 100 persons ..........................................................

..... 800

Class F: 21 to 50 vehicles or 101 to 400 persons ........................................................

. 2,100

Class G: More than 50 vehicles or more than 400 persons .........................................

. 3,500

7. A person may request an annual class A photography permit for the activities that require a photography permit pursuant to section 3 of LCB File No. R123-20. Upon approval of such a request, the Division will charge and collect from the person a fee of $500. An annual class A photography permit will be recognized at all parks for 12 months after the date of issuance. A person to whom is issued an annual class A photography permit shall:
(a) Pay the entrance fee required pursuant to NAC 407.055 each time he or she enters a park to engage in an activity requiring a photography permit pursuant to section 3 of LCB File No. R123-20;
(b) Maintain adequate insurance coverage for the entire period he or she holds such a permit and provide proof to the Division of such coverage;
(c) Contact in advance the office of the park that he or she intends to use to confirm the availability of the areas where the person intends to engage in an activity requiring a photography permit pursuant to section 3 of LCB File No. R123-20; and
(d) Obtain a special use permit if a special use permit is required pursuant NAC 407.053.
8. A park supervisor or regional manager in charge of a region in which a park is located may determine the area of the park that can be used under a photography permit.
9. A person who has obtained a photography permit may request that the Division reserve an area within the park for use on a specific day in accordance with the terms of the permit. Upon approval of such a request, the Division will charge and collect from the person a reservation fee of $100. The reservation fee is in addition to any fee charged and collected pursuant to subsection 6 or 7.
10. The Division may not charge an entrance fee for the park for a reporter or other person who is employed in any news media, including, without limitation, newspapers and television.
11. If a user of a park does not deposit the required fee in the available self-service devices, the Division:
(a) Must charge the user a fee of $10 for collection service, in addition to other fees; and
(b) May file criminal charges against the user for theft as defined in NRS 205.0832.
12. For each special use permit or commercial use permit, the Division will charge a processing fee of $25 in addition to any other fee charged for the permit.
13. The Division must reduce by $1 any entrance fee established pursuant to this chapter charged to a person who upon entrance to the park:
(a) Presents a disability placard;
(b) Is in a vehicle displaying a special license plate for persons with disabilities;
(c) Is in a vehicle displaying a special license plate for veterans; or
(d) Presents a military identification card issued by any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States.
14. Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit a third-party system or vendor from imposing a fee or service charge for making a camping reservation in a park. Such a service charge or fee is in addition to and not subject to the limitation set forth in paragraph (c) of subsection 4.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 407.050
Div. of St. Parks, eff. 5-3-72-NAC A 8-17-82; 8-9-83; 9-13-85; 12-31-85, eff. 1-1-86; 3-9-88; 7-25-90; 11-12-93; 3-20-96, eff. 4-1-96; R164-97, 3-1-98; R145-99, 1-18-2000; R118-01, 12-17-2001; R153-03, 1-16-2004; R149-05, 5-4-2006; R142-09, 1-28-2010, eff. 2-1-2010; R053-10, 6-30-2010, eff. 7-1-2010; R083-13, 12-23-2013, eff. 1-1-2014; A by R123-20A, eff. 12/29/2020; A by R019-21A, eff. 10/28/2021
NRS 407.0475 and 407.065

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