No. Only Sno-Park permits are accepted at Sno-Parks. Learn more about Winter Recreation in Washington by clicking here.
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No. the Senior Off Season pass is not a Discover Pass. You will still need a Discover Pass when visiting Washington State Parks, Washington Department of Natural Resources, and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife lands.
This pass is not accepted in Federally managed lands, such as National Parks and Forests.
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.
Yes. The cost of the Senior Off Season pass is $75.
If you are a Senior Limited Income pass holder the fee is $37.50. You must provide proof to qualify for the reduced price.
Call the Information Center at (360) 902-8844 and let us know you need a new pass. We will assist you with the process for replacing it. There is a $15 fee for pass replacements.
No. The Senior Off Season pass does not give discounts on:
Pass holders are required to follow all park rules, when visiting the parks. Those rules can be found on our rules and regulations web page.
However, there are extra rules that apply to pass holders: