How does the program work?
PASSES ARE AVAILABLE NOW!
Starting in November, library card holders can check out a daily admission pass from participating libraries. The passes will be valid for free admission for one vehicle at any state park, forest or recreation area where admission is required.
Along with the day pass, the cardholder will receive an informational kit of state park system materials and maps, a Wisconsin Explorer book, stickers, accessibility information and more. The goal of the pilot program is to expand access to Wisconsin state park system properties to new visitors. Each of the 20 libraries will receive 50 daily passes available for one-time use.
Yes, you have to have an active library card with no blocks on it. Click here for more info on obtaining a free library card.
The pass is a one-day parking pass that covers all passengers in one automobile
Yes. When you pick up the pass, library staff have to write a specific date on the pass between November 2022-February 2023. We are allowed to write a 3- day range, but the pass can only be used for one day within the range, not all three.
In order to allow everyone a chance to have a pass, you are allowed one pass per household per month, while supplies last.
Unfortunately, park passes cannot be put on hold because they are a one-time use per pass
Because we are awesome!
(Actually, libraries were chosen based on their location near parks, size of community, and a little bit of luck)