A trip to Yosemite National Park may cost visitors a few more dollars next year, the Fresno (Calif.) Bee reported.

Yosemite officials announced Monday (Oct. 20) a proposal to increase entrance fees to the park, upping the charge per vehicle from $20 to $30 for a seven-day pass. The park’s annual pass would increase from $40 to $60. The current rate of $10 per individual or motorcycle would increase to $15.

If approved, the increases would take place in early 2015.

According to Scott Gediman, a Yosemite National Park ranger and spokesman, it would be the first time in almost 18 years that entrance fees have gone up. The current park entrance fees have been in place since 1997, when a seven-day pass was increased from $5 to $20 per vehicle.

Gediman explained the increase would help standardize fees in national parks. Most charge a $25 entrance fee and are also proposing to increase it to $30.

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