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No. The Off-Season Pass is not a Discover Pass, and it does not take the place of the Discover Pass. The Discover Pass is still required when visiting a state park for the day and to visit lands managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
No. When visiting a park, stop at the self-registration station near the entrance to the park. At the station, you will find envelopes for self-registration. There are two types of envelopes: one for overnight camping and the other for day use. Choose an overnight camping envelope and complete the information requested on the flap of the envelope. Then, remove the flap and put it in plain sight on the dashboard of your vehicle. Place the envelope in the cash drop box of the self-registration station. Keep your Off-Season Pass with you.
Yes. The cost of the pass is $75 unless you have previously been issued a Senior Citizen Limited Income pass by Washington State Parks, in which case your fee is $37.50.
Call the Information Center at (360) 902-8844 and let our staff know that you have lost your pass. They will assist you with the process for replacing the pass. There is a $15 fee for the replacement pass.
No. The Off-Season Pass cannot be used to reserve or receive discounts on any roofed accommodation (cabins, yurts, vacation houses, day use facilities), and it cannot be used to reserve or receive discounts on group camps.
Pass holders are required to follow all park rules, the same as all other park users. Those rules can be found on our rules and regulations web page.
However, there are a few extra rules that apply to pass holders:
No. Only motorized and non-motorized Sno-Park permits arevalid at Sno-Parks.