The seven-day vehicle fee for Glacier National Park is $25 for summer, $15 for winter. If you enter by foot, bicycle, motorcycle, or as part of an organized group, the seven-day fee is $12 for summer, $10 for winter. An annual park pass is $35. Glacier Outdoor Center, just outside the west entrance, has rentals and trip planners. Most main attractions can be reached by car from Going-to-the-Sun Road. For camping, bring firewood with you; it’s illegal to gather or cut firewood in the park except in designated areas—where only dead wood on the ground may be collected. Fireworks are prohibited. Gasoline is not available in the park, so fill up at West Glacier Village or East Glacier. Visit the General Store at Lake McDonald for other supplies.