The amount of the admission, entrance, and recreation fees authorized to be imposed under this section shall be determined by the Secretary.
16 U.S. Code § 460l–6c. Admission, entrance, and recreation fees
(a) DefinitionsAs used in this section:
(1) Area of concentrated public useThe term “area of concentrated public use” means an area administered by the Secretary that meets each of the following criteria:
(2) Boat launching facility
(3) CampgroundThe term “campground” means any campground where a majority of the following amenities are provided, as determined by the Secretary:
The personal collection of recreation use fees by an employee or agent of the Secretary.
If campfires are permitted in the campground, simple devices for containing the fires.
(b) Authority to impose feesThe Secretary may charge—
admission or entrance fees at national monuments, national volcanic monuments, national scenic areas, and areas of concentrated public use administered by the Secretary; and
(c) Amount of fees