California State Parks Library Pass

Image of Lake Tahoe for the California State Parks Library PassDid you know you only need to visit your local library to get a parking pass?
The California State Parks Library Pass lends free day-use passes to over 200 participating state parks. And, all you need is a library card! The Library Parks Pass is valid for entry of one passenger vehicle with a capacity of up to nine people or one highway-licensed motorcycle.

California public library-card holders can check out the State Library Parks Pass via their local public library. If you don’t have a library card, visit your local library to get one. The library card and park pass are free!

Each library location (including mobile libraries) holds passes for checkout. You can check out the pass for the allotted number of days allowed by the local library. (For example, it is seven days in Oakland and two weeks in Berkeley.) Check with your local library for guidelines and policies.

Find your nearest public library by visiting the CA library website.

You can view an interactive map with California’s public libraries and nearby participating state parks here.

And, there is an FAQ page here.

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