No, we will need to see a copy of the identification card that is sent with the placard. Your name and an expiration date will be listed on this card.
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No. the Disability pass is not a Discover Pass. You will still need a Discover Pass when visiting Washington Department of Natural Resources, and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife lands. This pass WILL serve in place of a Discover Pass when visiting Washington state parks.
This pass is not accepted in Federally managed lands, such as National Parks and Forests.
Call 888-226-7688 or visit washington.goingtocamp.com. If you reserve by phone, inform them that you have a disability pass to get your discount. If you make an online reservation, enter the pass number where indicated.
Yes. Simply reapply and submit your proof of Washington State residency and disability.
If you lose the pass before it expires, let us know. We can help replace it for you. There is a $15 fee for pass replacements.
No. The Disability pass does not give discounts on:
No. When visiting a park, stop at the self-registration station near the entrance. At the station, you will find envelopes for self-registration. Fill in the information requested on the flap of the envelope. Then, remove the flap and put it in plain sight on the dashboard of your vehicle. Place the envelope in the self-registration drop box . Keep your pass with you at all times.
No. This pass has been issued to you and no one else. The pass holder must be present to receive any discount or benefit.
No. There is no fee for this pass. However, there is a $15 fee for a replacement if the pass is lost, stolen or damaged.
Pass holders are required to follow all park rules, the same as all other park users. Those rules can be found at this link: State Parks Regulations
However, there are extra rules that apply to pass holders:
Note: Multiple violations of park rules can result in your pass being suspended or revoked.