Daily parking fees are charged year-round at four county regional parks from $2 to $8 depending on vehicle type
VANCOUVER – The 2023 annual parking passes for county regional parks are available for purchase beginning Tuesday (Dec. 6). Daily parking fees are charged year-round at four county regional parks – Frenchman’s Bar, Lewisville, Salmon Creek and Vancouver Lake – and range from $2 to $8 depending on vehicle type.
The daily parking fee can be paid at the fee booth when fee collection staff are present, via the Flowbird mobile app, self-pay stations or by displaying a valid annual parking pass. Washington State Parks Disabled Veteran Lifetime Pass holders are exempt from the daily parking fee when they present their pass to fee collection staff and display the pass on their vehicle’s dash.
The annual county regional park parking passes are $30 and valid through the 2023 calendar year. County regional parks parking passes are only valid for parking at the four county regional parks. Passes issued by other agencies, such as the Washington State Discover Pass and the city of Vancouver’s Marine Park parking pass, are not valid for parking at the four county regional parks where daily parking fees are charged.
County regional parks parking passes can be purchased at park fee booths when fee collection staff are present, online at clark.wa.gov/public-works/parking-fees or by calling 564.397.2285 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Passes purchased online or via phone will be sent via mail. Passes can be purchased at any time throughout the year.
Parking fees help provide funding to support parks maintenance and impacts of use such as garbage/waste management, restroom cleaning and facilities upkeep.
To receive information about road and park projects, closures, opportunities for community input, and more, residents can follow Public Works on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and view information on Nextdoor.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
- Opinion: Balloon over BillingsJoe Kent states ‘the American people cannot ignore the blatant corruption of Biden and his son Hunter with the Chinese Communist Party’
- Washington GOP: police pursuit reform bill going nowhereHouse Bill 1363 would restore the reasonable suspicion standard for allowing police to pursue drivers they believe committed crimes.
- Evergreen reflects on yet another state championship in bowlingEvergreen High School has the best girls bowling program in the state, thanks to talented athletes, solid coaching, and great support within the bowling community, including Big Al’s, the bowling center that hosts the Plainsmen.
- ‘Yes or no’: Watch congresswoman press ex-Twitter censor on collusion with governmentRepublican South Carolina Rep. Nancy Mace pressed former Twitter Chief Legal Officer Vijaya Gadde on the company’s censorship policies during the House Oversight Committee’s Wednesday hearing on Twitter’s role in suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story.
- Opinion: Beware of property tax relief trojan horsesJason Mercier of the Washington Policy Center points out that Washington voters have rejected 10 straight income tax proposals, including six proposed constitutional amendments.
- Arts Commission presents Paul E. Christensen with Lifetime Achievement AwardThe Clark County Arts Commission recently awarded its 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award to Vancouver resident and philanthropist Paul E. Christensen.
- Dancing with the Local Stars tickets availableEvent tickets for Dancing with the Local Stars, presented by Parlour 73, are available for area residents who want to attend the popular annual event.