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Save Money on a Texas State Parks pass!

Save Money on a Texas State Parks pass!

Texas State Parks are incredible! There are more than 90 state parks locations across Texas! You’ll find endless adventure from Palo Duro Canyon to Port Isabel Lighthouse, from Franklin Mountain to Caddo Lake and everywhere in between!

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An ordinary Texas State Parks pass is $70. For this price, you receive unlimited free entry all year long for yourself and your guests. You may also receive discounts on camping, park purchases, equipment rentals and more!

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Can’t afford $70? You may be able to get a FREE pass to Texas State Parks with these awesome programs!

Disabled guests can get a Disability Passport!

If you receive Social Security benefits, you may be eligible for a Disability Passport! With this passport, you’ll receive discounted admission to all parks. The disability rate is calculated as 50% off the entry fee, rounded up to the nearest whole dollar.

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To receive a Disability Passport, you will need to provide photo ID and a Statement of Benefits from Social Security. You will need to renew your Disability Passport every year.

Disabled Veterans can receive FREE admission to all Texas State Parks!

If you’re a US Veteran with a VA service-connected disability rating of 60 percent or more, you qualify for FREE admission to Texas State Parks. You also qualify if you have lost a lower extremity.

To prove your eligibility, be prepared to show your Disabled Veterans of Texas license plate receipt, VA award letter and/or tax exemption letter for Texas veterans. This pass does not have to be renewed annually.

Seniors qualify for discounts on Texas State Parks, too!

Texas residents who are at least 65 years old qualify for a Senior Partial Passport. The fees for this pass are calculated just like the disability pass: entry fees are divided in half and then rounded up to the nearest whole dollar.

If you were born before September 1, 1930, you qualify for FREE admission to all Texas State Parks with the Senior Full Passport.

To qualify for these passes, you’ll need to show a driver’s license, birth certificate, military discharge papers or other paperwork that confirms your age, identity and address. These passes do not have to be renewed.

You may be able to save money on a National Parks pass, too!
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Sharon Hardin

Wednesday 15th of July 2020

Please consider lowering the age limit for Senior Full Passports. Do you really expect those Texans born before 1930 (they would be in their 90's) to venture out and walk the trails in the State parks. Even lowering the age limit from those born before 1940 is too restrictive. Those of us in our 70's still walk and visit the parks, so why not give a thought to lowering this age limit for Senior Full Passports to those born before 1950? I don't know why you haven't considered this before. Thank you

Hannah Benge

Wednesday 15th of July 2020

We hear you. We aren't in control of the regulations or the age limit. We just provide information on the services available to you. I'm so sorry for the frustration - Hannah

Sarah

Tuesday 7th of January 2020

Hope you are still working on this project,Now that it's 2020.Yet I was not born before 1930??.that is old no that is dead at least for my family. But we are senior citizen and 1 disabled low income 56 years of age. We need info on living cheaply but as comfortable as we can. We have a car to sleep in and it works.We have soc. Sec. Benefits that is paying off our debts primarily with some leftover. Most medical care is covered. What we want is to do some travel ing before we die or get too old! Any scholorships?

Riley Thomson

Friday 17th of January 2020

Sarah, I'm not sure of any scholarships for traveling. You could try 211.org for more resources. I hope this helps. -Riley