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Buying a Sno-Park Permit on-line is as easy as 1,  2,  3...

Preliminaries:
  • To ensure correct purchase, first read the below permit type summaries and/or visit our Sno-Park pages.
  • Not all purchase options are currently available from this site.   Those that are unavailable can be obtained from one of our many permit vendors.   Click here for a list of available vendors.
  • Upon successful purchase, a temporary permit will print to your computer screen. Please have your printer ready to print the permit.
  • If you are unable to print the permit at time of purchase, you need not worry, for your purchase email contains a link that, when clicked, generates the temporary permit for you.
  • You'll need your credit card information ready when you submit your order. Your credit card information will not be retained.
Note:
4/30/2014 is the end of the winter recreation season.   However, due to weather conditions and other considerations, sno-parks may close early.   Please keep this in mind when making your purchase decision, and check the website for updates, as State Parks maintains a strict No Refunds Policy.



Choose Purchase Option:
Daily Sno-Park Permit - good for 1,2 or 3 Consecutive Days at a cost of $20.00 per day. This permit allows parking in any of the Washington State Sno-Parks on the dates identified on the permit, including areas that require a special groomed trails permit.


Daily Sno-Park/One-Day Discover Pass Combo - costs $30.00 and is good for visiting any Sno-Park or any Washington state park on the day that you select. If using a one-day Sno-Park permit, you also will need a one-day Discover Pass or an annual Discover Pass when visiting Crystal Springs, Easton Reload and Hyak sno-parks, Fields Spring, Lake Easton, Lake Wenatchee and Mount Spokane state parks and DNR's Mt. Tahoma Trail System. For information or to purchase an annual Discover Pass, please visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov.  Important Note:  Washington State Parks has announced 'Apr. 19, 2014' and 'Apr 22, 2014' as 'free days', when the Discover Pass will not be required to visit a state park, including Crystal Springs, Easton Reload and Hyak sno-parks. A Sno-Park Permit is still required to visit designated Sno-Parks.  If you need a daily permit on a free day, select the Daily Sno-Park Permit option.  A Discover Pass will still be required to access lands managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.


[unavailable] Annual Non Motorized Sno-Park Permit - costs $40.00 and is good for the entire winter recreation season. Get this for parking at non-motorized sno-parks used for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, etc... You can also use this permit to park in a Snowmobile Sno-Park.


[unavailable] Annual Snowmobile Sno-Park Permit - costs $40.00 and is good for the entire winter recreation season. Get this for parking at snowmobile sno-parks. It may also be used at non-motorized Sno-Parks when engaging in non-motorized activities.


[unavailable] Special Groomed Sticker - costs $40.00 and is good for the entire winter recreation season. This sticker is required at Sno-Parks with Special Groomed Trails (Cabin Creek, Crystal Springs, Hyak, Lake Easton, Chiwawa, Lake Wenatchee, Nason Ridge and Mt. Spokane). You must also have an annual Sno-Park permit, either non-motorized or snowmobile with this.


[unavailable] Annual Non Motorized Permit/Special Groomed Sticker Combo - costs $80.00 and is good for the entire winter recreation season.
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