Of the hundreds of day-use parks in the Oregon state park system, 25 parks charge a day-use parking fee. See a list of all parking fee parks and a larger map or select the box to the left of the title in the map below.
Buy a 12- or 24-month parking permit
Purchase a 12-month parking permit for $30, or a 24-month parking permit for $50 online at Reserve America, from most major state park offices, or from vendors statewide. The permit is transferable among vehicles.
Note: Online buyers receive a temporary permit to print and use. The permanent hang tag permit is mailed and should arrive within three weeks of purchase.
If you´re camping at a state park, you don´t need a day-use parking permit. Just display your current state park camping receipt on your dashboard.
Buy a one-day parking permit
If you´re not camping and don´t have an annual permit, you need to buy a daily parking permit. Daily parking permits are $5 per day, per vehicle. You can purchase them only at a park that charges a day-use parking fee. Most are dispensed from small yellow machines near the park entrance or parking area, but some are sold from the park booth or office.
The daily permit is good for parking the entire day at any state park that charges a day-use parking fee. You can leave one day-use fee park and travel to another. The fee is a parking fee and not a charge for recreational purposes under ORS 105.672 to ORS 105.696. The immunities provided under ORS 105.682 apply to use of state park land for recreational purpose.
Other Recreation Passes
Information on the Oregon Coast Passport. A multi-agency passport for 17 fee day-use areas along the Oregon Coast.
Oregon/Federal Recreation Passes (not valid in Oregon State Parks)
Northwest Forest Pass (annual, day, and ePass)
America the Beautiful: National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass Series (annual, military, senior, access for permanent residents with disabilities, volunteer)