Sales increase for state Discovery Pass
By The Associated Press
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Sales in the second full year of the program generated almost $16.7 million, compared to $15.7 million in the first year.
The program was created to offset the loss of state funding through budget cuts. A $30 annual pass or $10 daily pass is required in motor vehicles accessing state parks and other state-managed recreation lands.
A report prepared for the state Parks and Recreation Commission says the state took in $32.4 million in the two-year budget cycle that ended June 30. The majority went to state parks, with the rest going to the Department of
Natural Resources and Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Last modified: September 21. 2013 4:09PM