California Beach fiends: time’s running out to get your State Beach annual passes before the prices increase to $195. The state of California just raised the price of its annual parks pass, which gives you the right to enter and park all over the state. Due to the increase of the cost of the Annual Day Use Pass by the Department of Parks and Recreation, the $125 Frequent Visitor Level will now have the benefit of 14 Day Use Passes and the Touring Member level will increase to $195.
But, if you buy the pass from the California State Parks Foundation as their “Frequent Visitor Pass” before Friday, June 1, you’ll get it for only $125 per year.
Until June 1 you can lock in the Touring Member level for 3 years at the lower price of $175 per year and receive the Annual Day Use Pass all 3 years. The Touring Member level includes a membership to the foundation, admission and parking at 200 state parks, plus a newsletter and 10% off camping reservations. You can also join at the $125 Frequent Visitor level before June 1 and still receive the Annual Day Use Pass this year before it changes to 14 Day Use Passes, still a great value worth over $150.
Moreover, you’ll help support the California State Parks Foundation, the only statewide independent nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting, enhancing and advocating for California‘s magnificent state parks.
It’s a great deal so snag it before you no longer can’t at: https://secure3.convio.net/cspf/site/Donation2?df_id=1660&1660.donation=form1