The Discover Pass may be required for winter recreation. Please review our brochure, which summarizes passes needed for the different winter recreation sites.
Snowmobile registrations are valid October 1 through Sept. 30 and includes a seasonal snowmobile Sno-Park permit for the towing vehicle parked at designated snowmobile Sno-Parks. Snowmobiles are registered through the Department of Licensing and registered agents. Fees are as follows:
Non-vintage snowmobile: $50
Vintage snowmobile (sleds at least 30 years old): $12
Permits cost more if purchased from a retail vendor (vendor service charge) instead of directly from State Parks. Fees are as follows:
One-day permit: $20 ($22 from retail vendor)
Allows one-day parking at all winter sports Sno-Parks, including special groomed trails areas.
Seasonal permit: $40 ($42 from retail vendor)
Allows parking at all winter sports Sno-Parks. A seasonal permit is non-transferable between vehicles. Some Sno-Parks require only a seasonal permit for season parking. Others require both the seasonal permit and the special groomed trails permit (sticker) in order to use the designated Sno-Park.
Special Groomed Trails permit: $40 ($42 from retail vendor)
Required, in conjunction with seasonal permit above, for parking at designated special groomed trails Sno-Parks with higher trail maintenance costs.