Veterans With Disabilities Honor Pass
The Utah Division of State Parks is proud to offer qualifying veterans access to our Veterans With Disabilities Honor Pass!
Beginning May 4, 2022, the Honor Pass will be available for veterans who meet all of the following criteria:
- Are a Utah resident,
- Were honorably discharged from their military service, and
- Have a service-related disability and can provide a current summary of benefits letter issued by the Department of Veterans and Military Affairs
The Honor Pass is valid for day-use admittance for the qualified veteran and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle. The pass is not valid at This Is The Place Heritage Park and does not cover fees charged by Davis County for travel on the Antelope Island Causeway. The Honor Pass is not valid for special charges or fees within the park — such as the Jordan River Off-Highway Vehicle State Park rider fees, golf green fees, special program participation fees, camping fees, etc.
These passes are valid until the end of the calendar year they were issued. At that time, qualified veterans will need to bring updated documentation to once again receive a pass.
Pickup locations include Utah State Parks Region Offices, our main office in Salt Lake City, and all of our state parks – excluding Flight Park, Piute State Park, Jordan River OHV State Park, Utahraptor State Park, Lost Creek State Park, and This is the Place Heritage Park.
Honor Passes are only valid when in possession of the person to whom they were issued and are non-transferable.