Learn about the DCR Park Passport program

The Park Passport program is a fun way to get kids to visit state parks.

Get your Park Passport

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.

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Complete your Passport

Your Passport can be stamped at 76 parks across the state:

  • 15 in the Greater Boston Area
  • 12 in the Northeast Region
  • 12 in the Southeast Region
  • 25 in the Central Region
  • 12 in the Western Region

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. 

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Claim your reward

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!

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