Requirements changed for winter rec areas

January 6, 2012

By Staff

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Requirements for residents to use winter recreation areas in Washington are changing, according to Washington State Parks and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources.

The changes affect whether a Sno-Park permit or a Discover Pass will be required to access state-managed winter recreation areas and Sno-Parks.

Visitors who have a current seasonal Sno-Park permit will not need to purchase a Discover Pass to visit a designated Sno-Park area between now and March 31 for winter recreation activities.

The seasonal Sno-Park permit is $40. A one-day Sno-Park permit is $20. Some nonmotorized Sno-Parks require a Special Groomed Trail sticker for an additional $40.

An annual Discover Pass costs $30 and a day-use pass is $10, and transaction fees apply when purchased from a retail provider.

Learn more about the changes by going to www.parks.wa.gov/winter/ nonmotorparks.

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