Michigan DNRE: Recreation Passport

The Recreation Passport is your $10 ticket to Michigan’s pure outdoors. If you like to explore the hundreds of ways to relax and play in Michigan’s outdoors, the Recreation Passport benefits you!

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Beginning October 1, 2010, the $10 Recreation Passport replaces the state park sticker. To get your Recreation Passport, just check “YES” on your license plate renewal form. Your $10 gets you into all 98 state parks and recreation areas. As a bonus, your money helps preserve:
  • 133 state forest campgroundsRecreation Passport Logo
  • Nearly 1,000 miles of hiking, biking and skiing trails
  • More than 1,000 boat launches
  • Historic and cultural sites in state parks
  • Parks in your own community

Help Protect Michigan’s Outdoor Recreation Spaces for Generations to Come!

When you check “YES” for your Recreation Passport, your $10 will help keep campgrounds open, trails maintained and outdoor recreation available for a lifetime of enjoyment. When you check “YES” for the Passport, you’re supporting a more than $1 billion industry in Michigan and saying “YES” to our remarkable quality of life.

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Get your Recreation Passport. It’s only $10?a good deal for you that means a GREAT deal to future generations. Check “YES” when you renew your license plate for every vehicle, every year.


Effective October 1, 2010:

  • The Recreation Passport replaces the state park sticker.
  • Motorcycle Passports are just $5.
  • Camping fees will remain in effect for state parks and in state forests.
  • The Recreation Passport is valid for the duration of your license plate registration.

Visit www.michigan.gov/recreationpassport for more information.