[The Outdoor Issue]

Why you need the Nevada State Parks Passport


The next time you visit a Nevada State Park, don’t forget to pick up a Nevada State Parks Passport. The free booklet serves double duty as a travel guide and travel log. Each page is dedicated to one of our 23 state parks, and includes maps, photos, park descriptions and—this is the best part—a little open space for a “cancellation” stamp. A park ranger will stamp your passport every time you visit a new state park. And just like a real passport, each stamp is unique to the location.

Collect 15 and you’ll receive a free yearlong pass to all the Nevada state parks. Find out more at parks.nv.gov.

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