Washington State Parks

Spectator Update

Spectator Parking Update!

To stroll the grounds of Saint Edward State Park and view the outstanding British vehicles on the field and interact with their owners, a Washington State Parks Discover Pass is required. Bonus? There is no parking fee… and if you have a yearly pass, you can also enjoy:

  • More than 100 developed state parks
  • More than 350 primitive recreation sites, including campgrounds and picnic areas
  • Nearly 700 water-access points
  • Nearly 2,000 miles of designated water and land recreation trails
  • More than 80 natural areas
  • More than 30 wildlife areas

When You Arrive

If you already have a Discover Pass, hang it from your rearview mirror when you enter the park and a volunteer will direct you to the parking area.

If you don’t have a Discover Pass you will be directed to Park staff where you can purchase either a Day Pass ($11.50) or a Discover Pass ($35.00) which is good for one year.

For more information or to purchase a pass, visit Discover Pass.

Other Passes

You do not need a Discover Pass if you already have one of the following passes, a disability placard, or disability license plates.

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