Is there a senior lifetime pass for Colorado State Parks?

Is there a senior lifetime pass for Colorado State Parks?

Seniors born before 1922 are free, seniors 64 and older can get a lifetime pass for $175, disabled vets are free. Where can you purchase your park pass? All State Parks and Region Offices, Denver Office, and Littleton Office – Contact Us.

Do senior citizens get into state parks for free?

Age 62 or older. Provides free entrance to all state park, forest, recreation area and historic site facilities that charge daily walk-in or parking fees, as well as a $2 per night discount on campsite fees (excluding group campsites). The senior citizen pass is valid for your lifetime.

How do I get a senior lifetime pass for national parks?

How can I purchase a Senior Pass? Senior Passes can be purchased at any federal recreation site, including national parks, that charges an entrance or standard amenity (day-use) fee. Proof of age and residency is required. See the complete list of sites where the pass is available.

Are Colorado state park passes extended?

DENVER – On March 25, 2020, Governor Jared Polis signed an executive order authorizing the Director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife to extend the expiration date of certain licenses, passes, permits, certificates and registrations for up to 30 days.

Where to buy Colorado State Park Pass?

The Colorado State Annual Parks Pass is good for one year after the month of purchase. It is available at any Colorado state park and Colorado state regional offices. It is also available at Gander Mountain, REI, Sportsman’s Warehouse, most City Market, King Soopers, and Safeway locations (make sure to call your local store to verify availability).

What is Senior pass for state parks?

The Senior Pass is a card available to U.S. citizens and permanent residents who are 62 years and older. It provides access to recreation areas managed by six federal agencies including National Parks.

How much does a senior national park pass cost?

The cost of national park passes will remain at $80 for the regular annual pass, $10 for the lifetime senior pass and free for the annual military passes and access passes (for those with permanent disabilities).

Where can I get a senior pass?

To be eligible for a pass, you must have turned 62 and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. A Senior Pass can be obtained in person from a participating federal recreation site or office. Passes can also be purchased by mail or online at these participating agencies.