State Park Pass

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The Texas State Park Pass is still the best deal around, and our State Park guide, Bryan Frazier, has details.

54—It’s still only $60 dollars for 12 months, and it waives the entrance fees to more than 90 state parks in Texas for you and whoever is with you in your vehicle. You get discounts on anything you buy in the state park store, and you get a handful of discount coupons for your camping and overnight fees. And so, with this program, it’s a plastic card that fits in your wallet and goes wherever you do. And as long as the cardholder is present, you swipe it when you get there. You can use your discount even on your first visit when you purchase your pass. It’s fulfilled on site at the park. Overwhelmingly more people buy them in the spring, getting ready for the summer. And so we want to encourage people to do that. If they go more than a couple of times to a state park it will by far save them some money—depending on how many people go with them or how long they stay. It’s a great value. The money that you spend on your park pass goes directly to help us with our park operations. But, again, it’s a ticket to getting outside and enjoying the parks across Texas from the Panhandle to the Gulf Coast.

Thanks Bryan.

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For Texas Parks and Wildlife…I’m Cecilia Nasti.

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