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No, the initial application is free. Once approved, you can renew it every 5 years at no cost, with current proof.
You can call us at 360-902-8844 or email us at email@example.com we will send you an affidavit and you will pay $15.00 to replace the pass.
No, only the passholder is covered.
However, two people from the same household can submit the same application with proof of all combined income and residency. A separate pass will? be issued for each person.
The camping discount covers one (1) campsite per reservation, and the passholder must be present for the entire stay. Anyone riding in your car is covered for parking and day-use purposes.
Yes, there are different benefits for each pass. The benefits for the Disability Pass are the same as the Senior Limited Income Pass. However, if you qualify for the Disability Pass you may use the accessible sites in the parks.
When using the pass in the park it will need to be in your possession. Always have your pass and ID ready for verification while utilizing the parks.
Please fill out the self-service envelope located at the self service pay stations throughout the park. There is an area to write in the pass number. Leave the receipt portion on your windshield where a park ranger can verify it.
Yes, please contact the information center at:
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By phone: 360-902-8844
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission1111 Israel Rd SWOlympia, WA 98504
You may be asked to provide current proof for renewal.
Once you arrive at a State Park, locate the pay station. Take a fee envelope and fill in your information, including your pass number. Because you have a pass number, you will not need to pay the $10 day-use fee. Place the fee envelope into the fee drop box, you will keep the envelope receipt to display on your vehicle’s dashboard. If there are no fee envelopes, write “Pass Holder” and your pass number on a piece of paper. Please always keep your pass on your person while visiting the park.
You will follow the same steps when launching a watercraft, using the trailer dump, or when registering for first come first served camping.