Washington State Parks
Washington State Parks offers passes that reduce or waive camping, moorage, watercraft launch fees and day use for limited income for people with disabilities. Qualified individuals may apply for more than one type of pass, although only one pass may be used at a time. These passes are valid only at Washington state parks. Disability Pass (No Charge) Good for 50% discount on nightly camping / moorage. Free watercraft launching, trailer dump and day use entry. Valid year-round. Available for one-year (short-term disability) or five-year (permanent disability) periods. Offered to Washington state residents who are legally blind, profoundly deaf, developmentally disabled, or who meet the disability definition used by the U.S. Social Security Administration. A Permanent Disability Parking Permit, issued by the Washington State Department of Licensing, also entitles you to the 50% disability discount on camping and moorage and waives the trailer dump, boat launch and day use entry fee. Simply show your license plate or issued wallet card along with matching ID directly to the park ranger.