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.
Click the pass you’d like and make it your own!
Digital Day-Use Pass (Single Use)
Simplify your visit by purchasing a day-use pass online before you go!
Digital Utah State Parks passes are now available at parkspass.utah.gov. Passes are good for the day of purchase only. Camping access and camping discounts are both NOT included in the purchase of a day-use pass.
Purchase does not guarantee entry if the park is temporarily closed due to capacity being reached.
Utah State Parks Annual Day-Use Pass
The Utah State Park Annual Day-Use Pass is valid until Dec. 31, 2024
The Utah State Park Annual Day-Use Pass provides day-use access to Utah state parks for the purchaser and up to seven individuals in the same vehicle. Seniors aged 65 and over can obtain this pass at a discounted rate.
To acquire the Annual Day-Use Pass, you have two options:
- Online through the provided link.
- In-person purchases. These can be made at staffed state parks, regional offices, and the Utah DNR Bookstore in Salt Lake City.
These locations can only facilitate annual pass purchases during their respective business hours. DNR Bookstore Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am-5 pm.
The Annual Day-Use Pass does not grant access to Jordan River OHV State Park or This is the Place Heritage Park. Additionally, it does not cover the $2 causeway fee for Antelope Island State Park. Camping access and camping discounts are not included with the purchase of this pass. Purchasing the pass does not guarantee entry if a park is temporarily closed due to reaching its capacity.
Carry your park pass easily on your phone! Get early access to our new app. It’s currently
available only for those who buy online. Visit to ParksPass.utah.gov/app to download and
start using it today.
Buy Your Annual Day-Use Pass Online Here!
Veterans With Disabilities Honor Pass (Not Digital)
Beginning May 4, 2022, the Honor Pass will be available for veterans who:
- Are a Utah resident
- Were honorably discharged from their military service
- Have a service-related disability and can provide a current summary of benefits letter issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs
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!