Montanans can now show their support for Montana State Parks with a specialty license plate.
A new State Park license plate, which depicts sunrise over a Montana park, will be available from all county treasurers on July 1.
The plate, sponsored by the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Foundation, costs $20, plus a $10 one-time administrative fee paid to the county treasurer to cover production costs.
"This is a great looking plate that suggests the beauty and wonder of Montana," said Doug Monger, chief of Montana’s State Parks. “FWP is excited to offer this opportunity to show support for the FWP Foundation and for Montana State Parks.”
State Parks license plates can be purchased at any time and the purchase will not change the vehicle's annual registration date. The State Parks specialty plate also can be personalized for an additional fee.
The annual $20 fee for the Montana State Parks license plate is a charitable donation to the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Foundation to help support Montana State Parks.