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Jul 1, 2024

Get a $29 Keep Colorado Wild Pass with your vehicle registration

Do you have your Keep Colorado Wild Pass yet? For just $29, you can visit all of Colorado’s beautiful state parks for a whole year – that's 60% off the regular annual pass! You can snag this deal when you renew your vehicle registration, and you’ll be supporting our beautiful outdoors and wildlife too.

Why Get the Keep Colorado Wild Pass?
Colorado's 42 state parks are as diverse as the state itself, and they offer something for everyone. Think about all the parks, lakes, and mountains you can explore while giving back to our great state. Here’s what you get:

  • Big Savings: Save 60% compared to the $80 annual State Parks Pass.
  • Easy to Use: The pass is linked to your license plate.
  • Simple Purchase: Get it during your vehicle registration at the DMV.
  • Go Digital: Show your registration card or display the pass on your phone.
  • Year-Round Access: Valid for one year or until your vehicle registration expires.
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More Than Just a Park Pass
The Keep Colorado Wild Pass not only helps preserve our state’s beauty, but it also funds search and rescue teams, avalanche safety, and outdoor education.

  • State Parks & Recreation: Supports the upkeep and development of Colorado’s 42 state parks.
  • Backcountry Safety: Funds search and rescue teams and avalanche safety programs.
  • Wildlife Conservation: Helps protect the 960 species managed by CPW.
  • Community Support: Enhances outdoor access and education in local communities.

All Colorado Lottery players already help the outdoors with their ticket purchases, and the Keep Colorado Wild Pass is another great way to give back. Help keep Colorado wild by getting your Keep Colorado Wild Pass today. Let's keep Colorado, Colorado!

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