There are different types of park passes you can purchase or pick up to help ensure your adventures go off without a hitch. Check them out below and learn which one is right for you.
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Utah State Parks Annual Day-Use Pass
The Utah State Parks Annual Day-Use Pass allows day-use access to Utah state parks for the individual who purchased it and seven other individuals in the same vehicle. Seniors 65 years of age and over may purchase a pass at a discounted rate.
You can purchase an Annual Day-Use Pass online using the link above, or in person. These in-person purchase locations include staffed state parks, region offices, and the Utah DNR Bookstore in Salt Lake City. Please note: these locations are only available for annual pass purchases during their individual business hours.
This pass is not valid for Jordan River OHV State Park or This is the Place Heritage Park and does not cover the $2 causeway fee for Antelope Island State Park. Passes do not provide discounts for camping.
Veteran’s With Disabilities Honor Pass
As of July 1, 2016, the Division has offered a FREE Honor Pass to qualified veterans who are Utah residents, were honorably discharged, and have a service-related disability rating of 50% or greater.
Veterans meeting this requirement will need to provide a current Summary of Benefits letter issued by the Department of Veteran Affairs in order to obtain the Honor Pass at select locations across Utah.
Check out the pickup list for a listing of sites where you can pick up your pass!