The 2021 passes cost $30 and will be valid at four county parks
VANCOUVER – Annual parking passes for four of Clark County’s biggest, most popular parks will go on sale starting today.
The 2021 passes cost $30 and will be valid at Frenchman’s Bar Regional Park, Lewisville Regional Park, Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond and Vancouver Lake Regional Park.
Beginning Tuesday (Dec. 1), passes can be purchased online at: www.clark.wa.gov/public-works/parking-fees.
In past years, parking passes have been available for sale at three locations throughout the county. This year, due to precautions and protocols to avoid transmission of COVID-19, passes will only be sold online through the winter. Annual passes also can be purchased at the four parks when fee booths are staffed. Attendants will accept cash, debit cards, Visa and Mastercard. They will not accept checks or Discover or American Express cards.
Daily parking fees are $2 for motorcycles, $3 for vehicles, $6 for vehicles with trailers and $8 for buses or motor homes. Pass holders will save money if they visit just one of the four parks once a month during 2021.
Parking passes are valid from the date of purchase through the end of 2021. Passes are non refundable and cannot be transferred. Customers who lose their parking pass must provide valid identification and proof of purchase and pay $10 for a replacement pass. A replacement pass should be obtained at the original purchase site.
Under Clark County Code, parking a vehicle without paying the required daily fee or displaying a valid parking pass could result in a $40 fine.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.