In partnership with the Office of First Partner and the California State Library, State Parks is offering free daytime vehicle admission to more than 200 participating state park units operated by State Parks to state cardholders. library in the Golden State. The California State Library Parks Pass is valid for entry of a passenger vehicle with a capacity of nine or less or a registered motorcycle on the highway.
The Stockton-San Joaquin County Library system participates in the new program, and passes can be obtained at many county library branches, including the Escalon branch.
Each library location has been issued passes, including mobile libraries, for payment by library patrons. Users will be able to check the pass for the number of days allocated by the local library. In San Joaquin County, this is a three-week payment period. The pass can be borrowed like a library book, for this three-week period, and then must be returned. There is a limited supply available; library patrons can go online to reserve it or visit their local library branch to check it out or join the waiting list.
The pass will not be honored at state park units operated by federal or local government and private agencies or concessionaires. Additionally, the pass is not valid for per person admission or sightseeing fees (such as museums), boat use, camping, group use or sites, special events, additional/additional vehicle costs, use of sanitary disposal or for additional costs.
For more information on the California State Library Parks Pass program, including links to an interactive map and a list of ineligible parks, visit www.CheckOutCAStateParks.com.
The California State Library Parks Pass program is a partnership between California State Parks and the California State Library, supported by funds from the State of California.