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The Park Passport program is part of the No Child Left Inside initiative. It's a fun way to get kids and their families to visit state parks and facilities.
If you're ready to start exploring, there are 2 ways you can get your Park Passport.
There is no cost for the program, but some parks charge for daily parking.
Your Passport can be stamped at 76 parks across the state:
Each Passport Park will have a special locked box with a stamp inside. Your Passport has the combination. Please be sure to re-lock the box after you stamp your Passport.
Park staff will also have a stamp, so stop by a Visitors Center and say hello.
You can also download and print these activity stickers to include in your Passport.
Once you've collected all the stamps for a region, turn your Passport in for a free t-shirt.
Visit the regional headquarters to submit your Passport and claim your reward.
The t-shirt features the stamps of the region you just competed. Try and collect all 5 t-shirts!