Centennial Passport GeoChallenge

Washington State Parks Centennial Passport Challenge
Visit Washington State Parks & Win Prizes!
This year marks the 100th birthday of Washington State Parks! To celebrate this milestone, you're invited to visit all of Washington's great state parks as part of the Washington State Parks Centennial Passport GeoChallenge. As you discover the natural beauty of Washington by traveling to each of its exceptional state parks, you will have the opportunity to win prizes, including one grand prize. There are more than $300 worth of prizes (see the official rules for details).

Washington State Parks Mobile App (Pocket Ranger)
To get started, download the official Washington State Parks Pocket Ranger mobile app onto your mobile device (from either the App Store or Google Play). Then select the "Challenges" icon, register a username and password, and start your challenge! Be sure to read the challenge description and rules.

Tracking Points
To keep you motivated along the way, you can rack up points by recording each visit. Easy-to-reach parks will earn you five points, while more challenging, out-of-the way locales can snag you up to 20 points. Engage in friendly competition by keeping tabs on other players via the leaderboard on the Pocket Ranger Exchange website (you must be registered to view the GeoChallenge Leaderboard). Track which parks you've visited and which you have yet to explore as you embark on the Washington State Parks Centennial Passport GeoChallenge!

Winner Selections & Prizes
The first 10 participants who record visits to 10 individual state parks will receive a $25 iTunes or Google Play gift card. Winners may choose which gift card they prefer. The first three participants who record visits to 25 individual state parks will receive a $50 gift card to an outdoor apparel / gear retailer in Washington. The first participant who records visits to all 109 participating Washington state parks will receive the grand prize: a $100 gift card to an outdoor apparel / gear retailer, plus an Annual Washington State Discover Pass.