Montana State Parks open for camping on May 1. Campers may purchase a State Parks Passport for $30. This windshield decal allows unlimited entrance into State Parks without paying a daily fee for each visit. The decal also provides a $3 reduction in camping fees at State Parks. Additional State Parks Passport decals, up to two, are $20. The Early Bird Park Passports have been discontinued.
The daily entrance fee at parks with fees is $5 per vehicle, if the visitor hasn’t purchased an annual Parks Passport. Twenty-six State Parks offer overnight camping for $12-$15 per night.
Request a full color brochure with descriptions and directions to Montana’s State Parks by calling 406-444-3750. Or, do your travel planning on the Internet at fwp.state.mt.us. Click on Parks and Recreation and then on “Planning a Visit.”