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Save Money on a Utah State Parks pass!

Save Money on a Utah State Parks pass!

Utah State Parks are incredibly places. From Anasazi State Park Museum to Yuba State Park, there are so many exciting and fascinating natural wonders in this state!


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Seniors get more than 50% off an annual pass!

If you are over age 62, you can purchase a Utah State Parks pass for just $35 instead of the standard $75 rate! This pass covers day use entry fees at most Utah State Parks. It does not provide any discounts on camping or other amenities. The pass expires 12 months after the purchase date.


Like the regular pass, the Senior Annual Day Use Pass cannot be used at the Jordan River OHV Center or the This is the Place Heritage Park. It also does not cover the Davis County Causeway fee at Antelope Island State Park.

If you’re a senior who is also a disabled veteran, keep reading for an even BETTER deal!


Disabled veterans get a FREE Utah State Parks Pass!

If you’re a veteran with a 50% or greater disability rating from the VA, you can pick up a FREE Honor Pass! This pass covers day use admittance for the qualified veteran and up to 7 guests in the same vehicle. The passes are valid until the end of the calendar year. Every year, you’ll need to prove your VA disability rating to pick up a new Honor Pass!

The Honor Pass is distributed at Utah State Parks region offices, the main Salt Lake City office and most state parks locations. Like the senior pass, it is not valid at This is the Place Heritage Park and does not include the Antelope Island Causeway fees. It also does not include camping, golfing or other amenities.

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daniel polad

Friday 28th of December 2018

I am stifled that States do not participate with the Federal Government in giving free passes to its senior citizens and veterans. I recall when working for the Utah State parks about twenty years ago that they did give life time passes to Senior Citizens but for monetary avariciousness (greed) they halted such a generous gesture to assist the elderly and veteran. Shame on you, display your respect of the good people who have given so much to State and Federal Governments

Riley Thomson

Saturday 29th of December 2018

Daniel, I wish there was more done for seniors and veterans also. Thanks for the input! -Riley