Where can I find the rules for my pass?

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:

  • Do not alter or make copies of your pass.  Never share your pass or pass number with others.
  • Pass holders will be charged $15 to replace lost, stolen, or damaged passes. 
  • Pass does not provide discounts on annual permits, extra vehicle fees, roofed shelters, group camps or other services, except as noted. 
  • Pass cannot be used with any other pass or discount. 
  • Pass holder must cancel reservations if unable to use them.
  • Pass holder must be camping and present at the site to receive a discount.
  • Pass is only valid for the person it is issued to. The pass must be valid and physically with you during your visit. Be prepared to provide photo ID.
  • All camping discounts and associated benefits are limited to the site the pass holder is camping in.   Discounts and fee reductions are limited to 1 campsite or moorage site per night.
  • Do not make duplicate or multiple reservations for the same night. Including double sites.
  • Camping is limited to 10 consecutive nights at any single park from April 1 through Sept. 30, and 20 consecutive nights the rest of the year.
  • Moorage is limited to three consecutive nights at any single park. 
  • Pass holders are expected to treat park staff with respect, always follow park rules and staff guidance.

Note: Multiple violations of park rules can result in your pass being suspended or revoked.

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1. Does the Disabled Veteran pass take the place of a Discover Pass?
2. Do I leave the pass on my dashboard when visiting parks?
3. Is there a fee for the pass?
4. What do I do if I lose the pass?
5. Is my pass valid at Sno-Parks?
6. Can I use my pass to reserve cabins, yurts or vacation houses?
7. Where can I find the rules for my pass?