Give the gift of the great outdoors this holiday season with an annual Oregon State Parks day-use parking permit. From Dec. 1-31, visitors and holiday shoppers can buy them for only $25--that's $5 off the regular price of $30. Purchasing these passes is easy--buy them online at , along with branded holiday gift gear, such as portable coolers, water bottles and baseball caps.
Parking costs $5 a day at 26 Oregon State Parks unless you have a 12- or 24-month parking permit or a same-day camping receipt. The 24-month pass is $50. The permits are transferable from vehicle to vehicle.
\"Our December sale is the only time we discount the annual parking permit,\" said Lisa Sumption, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) Director. \"These make a great gift. Your family and friends will thank you for a year of unlimited playing, hiking and picnicking.\"
The OPRD parking permits and Oregon Coast Passport can be purchased at major Oregon State Parks offices, some state park friends' group stores and local businesses throughout the state. For a complete list of vendors, visit
During the COVID-19 pandemic, some national parks and recreation sites have altered their operating hours, fee collection and pass sales, visitor services, and facility operations to protect visitors and staff. Before you visit, please check with the national park or recreation site to be sure that it is open and to learn about the current status of fee collection and pass availability and any restrictions on services or activities.
If you visit twice in 12 months purchasing the park's annual pass will save you money. It is valid at Crater Lake National Park as well as Lava Beds National Monument. Beginning January 1, 2023, it will also be valid at Lassen Volcanic National Park and Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. This annual pass costs $55 and admits the pass owner and all accompanying passengers in a single, private, noncommercial vehicle (or the pass owner plus up to three people when entry is by other means). The pass is available for purchase in the park or online and is good for one year from the month of issue.
Buy an annual vehicle passport for $35 or a 5-day vehicle passport for $10. Passports may be purchased at Forest Service, National Parks Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Oregon State Parks offices, visitor centers or parks along the Oregon Coast.
We currently offer two types of passes for use at national parks, forests, and other federal recreation sites: Site Passes and the America the Beautiful - The National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass (referred to as the Interagency Annual Pass). You can learn more about these pass options below:
These digital passes cover entrance, standard amenity (day use), or recreation fees at a single location. Destinations across the country offer the convenience of digital passes, with a variety of pass options at each individual location for daily, weekly, seasonal, and/or annual access. Site Passes are also available immediately for download and can be used from your phone or tablet.
The permit hangtag once again features whimsical designs from Portland artist El Tran. Holiday shoppers can buy the annual parking permits for only $25, which is a $5 savings starting Dec. 1 and running through Dec. 31. The pass is good for 12 months, starting in the month of purchase.
Purchasing passes is easy. Buy them online at the Oregon State Parks store. Parking permits are also sold at some state park friends' group stores and select local businesses throughout the state. For a complete list of vendors, visit stateparks.oregon.gov.
Parking costs $5 a day at 25 Oregon state parks, unless you have a 12- or 24-month parking permit or a same-day camping receipt. The 24-month pass is $50 and is also available at store.oregonstateparks.org. The permits are transferable from vehicle to vehicle.
If your watercraft has a motor, it must be titled and registered with the Oregon State Marine Board [ORS 830.705(2)]. A portion of your boat registration fees come back to Clackamas County Parks for ramp maintenance and repair. This is the reason boater parking fees cost less than passenger vehicle fees.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, which celebrates its 100th birthday in 2022, is offering its annual $5 discount off the $30 cost of a yearly parking permit during the month of December. You can order online at Park Store (oregonstateparks.org) or via phone at (800) 551-6949 using a credit card.
The state parks office in Salem is closed to walk-in visitors because of COVID restrictions, but permits also are available over the counter at Salem Summit Company, 240 Commercial St., Bi-Mart, 2155 Lancaster Drive NE, and REI, 6035 Ulali Drive NE, at Keizer Station.
The release said parking costs $5 a day at 25 Oregon state parks unless the user has a 12 or 24-month parking permit or a same-day camping receipt. The 24-month pass is $50. Permits are transferable from vehicle to vehicle.
Your Metro parks annual parking pass covers your vehicle parking fee at Oxbow and Blue Lake regional parks, Broughton Beach, Chinook Landing Marine Park and M. James Gleason Memorial Boat Ramp. The pass must be displayed and visible from the rearview mirror of your vehicle.
Purchase an annual parking pass online, over the phone or in person at the Blue Lake or Oxbow regional park offices. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted. Discounts, extensions and refunds are not given in the event of closures due to weather, maintenance and other unforeseen situations.
Purchasing an annual pass for a senior or person with disabilities requires documentation to set up your account. Once your account has been set up, senior and disability passes can be purchased online.
Oregon State Football ParkingIn the map above, lots assigned through Our Beaver Nation can be found by selecting parking, football, OBN Donor lots. These lots are pre-sold for the entire season. If you do not have a parking pass issued through Our Beaver Nation, please do not attempt to park at the stadium or in the parking structure. The only game day sales located in the Reser Lot and Parking Structure are for those with a valid ADA placard.Athletics reserves the right to tow from any lot, or those illegally parked.
Oregon State Athletics in conjunction with Reef manage game day parking. For questions regarding parking email Event.Parking@oregonstate.edu. Paid parking lots range from $15-40 cash, based on demand.
Think about this: Oregon has 362 state parks, 21 national wildlife refuges, 11 national forests, three national monuments, two state forests, a national historical park and a national park. Pile on all the county- and city-owned recreation sites, and you have thousands of opportunities to enjoy the beaches, mountains, forests, deserts and savannas that make up this state.
The trick for the budget-minded vacationer is knowing where to invest in an annual pass and where the right collection of day passes will do the trick. Below is a list of details to help sort through the maze.
If you plan more than six visits to Oregon state parks that charge fees, buying an annual pass makes sense. A one-day visit is $5. An annual pass is $30. Lane County parks charge a $4 day-use fee or a $40 annual pass.
A few unique passes are cross jurisdictional. The Oregon Pacific Coast Passport provides entry to a range of state and national parks from Astoria to Coos Bay. The Northwest Forest Pass covers all the national forests in Washington and Oregon. The Sno Park pass is good not only in Oregon but in Idaho and California.
Annual passes are $30, or $50 for 2 years. Day passes are $5. The annual pass is $25 if purchased in December for the following year. Free for disabled vets, active duty military and foster families. Buy them at area sporting goods stores and online at Store.OregonStateParks.org.
Annual passes are $30 and daily passes are $10; buy them at 3150 E. Main Street, Springfield, at some sporting goods stores or online at ODFW.HuntFishOregon.com/login. See more at MyODFW.com/articles/buying-odfw-wildlife-area-parking-permit.
Annual passes are $35 and five-day passes are $10. They are available at sites along the Oregon coast, including Astoria Welcome Center, Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, Cape Perpetua Visitor Center and Sunset Bay State Park. Go to OrParksForever.org/parking-passes and click Oregon Parks Passport.
Annual passes are $25; three days, $9; and one day, $4. They are available at sporting goods stores, winter resorts, DMV field offices and online at DMV2U.Oregon.gov. Go to OrParksForever.org/parking-passes and hit Sno Park Permits.
A free parking permit is included with an annual Oregon hunting license, combination fishing and hunting license, and Sports Pac. Parking permits are not included with an annual fishing license or any daily licenses.
Proceeds from the Parking Permit program are used to improve habitat and infrastructure, and to enhance wildlife viewing opportunities at wildlife areas. Congress made it possible to protect these habitats and secure public access with passage of the Pittman-Robertson Act in the late 1930s. This has placed a federal manufacturer's excise tax on hunting arms and ammunition. These funds are allocated to each state based on the number of hunting licenses sold and size of the state. This is why a free parking permit is included with hunting licenses in Oregon.
Current Crater Lake 2022 annual pass holders will continue to be able to use their pass for entry into Lava Beds and Crater Lake for as long as the pass is valid. Starting Jan. 1, these passes will be honored at Lassen Volcanic and Whiskeytown as well.
A Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to state parks and recreation lands managed by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR). One pass can be transferred between two vehicles. The fees are as follows (add transaction/dealer fees, $5 for the annual Discover Pass and $1.50 for the one-day pass.): 59ce067264