1998 Early Bird State Parks Passports remain on sale at all Fish, Wildlife & Parks offices. Early Bird sales will continue through February 15, 1998.
The passport admits one vehicle and its occupants into any state park fee area. Passports are not needed for access to fishing access sites and wildlife management areas. They are valid for one license year (March 1 to the last day of the following February), and are valid immediately upon purchase if affixed to the interior lower left of the windshield.
The price of the Early Bird Passport is $16 for residents and nonresidents and $8 for each additional vehicle, if all passports are purchased at the same time. Purchasers are limited to buying a total of four (4) Early Bird Passports in any given year. On November 7, the FWP Commission approved a fee increase for the upcoming license year. After February 15, the price of passports will be $20 per vehicle for residents ($10 for each additional vehicle, if all passports are purchased at the same time), and $24 per vehicle for nonresidents ($12 for each additional vehicle, if all are purchased at the same time).