WYOMING – Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails is now offering a Wyoming State Parks Passport program.
This endeavor is made possible through partnership with Apex Club Reserve America and passport booklets are available for free at all state parks, museums and headquarters buildings in Wyoming.
The booklet includes information about all of the state parks and historic sites, arranged by region, that include history, current amenities and a place for their stamp. Take your passport to the main office of a state park or site to receive a stamp.
Once a region is completed, you’ll receive a Wyo Parks Sticker. Those who fill their booklets by visiting all sites and parks will qualify for an annual day-use pass for the next calendar year.
“The Wyoming State Parks Passport program is a free and fun way to plan and track your outdoor recreation and historic site experiences in Wyoming,” deputy director Nick Neylon said.
Booklets can be found starting Memorial Day weekend.