Survey: Share Your Thoughts on the Discover Pass
Two months ago marked the beginning of Washington's Discover Pass. That's the new $30 vehicle access pass that is now required for entrance to state lands including all State Parks, Department of Natural Resource lands (like Mount Si) and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife lands.
Before July 1, entrance to State Parks and DNR lands was free. These agencies were previously funded through the state budget from tax revenue. All that changed when Washington state faced several consecutive budget shortfalls totaling nearly $15 billion over the last three legislative sessions.
When state lands faced inevitable closure earlier this year, WTA fought and won for passage of a user fee for state lands to help keep State Parks and DNR lands open and hikeable.
Two months in, we want to hear from you. Have you bought a Discover Pass? Do you support the Discover Pass? What changes would you like to see implemented in the pass administration?
Please share your thoughts with us through this short survey. And thank you - we sincerely appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts with us.
We'll compile results and share what we find back with you in a week or so.