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Annual Pass2018-08-07T22:05:15+00:00

Annual Pass Information

Annual Individual Day Use Pass – $50

The Annual Individual Day Use Pass allows free day use access to Riverside County Parks and facilities for the pass holder and accompanying dogs or horses for one year (12 months from the date of purchase). Additional passes may be purchased at a discounted rate, if purchased at the same time.

Day Use Discount Pass

Disabled persons residing in Riverside County California may purchase the Annual Day Use Discount Pass for Persons with Disabilities. The pass is valid for one year (12 months from the date of purchase) and grants Day Use entry for the passholder and up to three accompanying dogs/horses into Riverside County Parks.

Annual Vehicle Pass – $100

The Annual Vehicle Day Use Pass is available for use at Bogart Park, Hidden Valley, Santa Rosa Plateau and Box Springs. The pass is valid for free entry for one vehicle, including all occupants and pets, for one year (12 months from the date of purchase).

Boat Launch Pass

The RivCo Parks Boat Launch Pass provides one full year of boat launching privileges for one low price. The Annual Boat Launch Pass may be purchased for either Lake Skinner Recreation Area or Mayflower Park (pass may not be used interchangeably at both parks). The Family Annual Launch Day Use Pass provides a full year of both boat launching privileges (one trailer) and day use entry for one vehicle, including up to 4 people and pets.

W.A.I.V.E. Pass

Veterans residing in Riverside County are eligible for the W.A.I.V.E. Pass. This pass is free of charge and grants the following privileges:

• Free boat launch on both Veterans and Memorial Day
• Free one-time per year admission to county-operated aquatics facilities
• Free one-time per year watercraft launching privileges at county-operated boat ramps (applicable to specially-advertised dates)
• Free day use admission to Riverside County Parks on an unlimited basis

Participating Parks: Bogart Park, Hurkey Creek Park, Idyllwild Park, Lake Cahuilla Recreation Area, Lake Skinner Recreation Area, Mayflower Park, McCall Memorial Park and Rancho Jurupa Park.

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