Since 2004, when Montanans register their vehicles this support is the largest source of funding for Montana's 55 State Parks.
For just $9, it costs less than one movie ticket or a couple of fancy cups of coffee to have fun, make memories, and support Montana's natural, cultural and recreation heritage now and for generations to come.
Funds are used for maintenance and operational costs at these state-owned facilities and for trail grants:
Since non-residents do not contribute to Montana's park system through the vehicle registration fee, they pay a $6 daily entrance fee per vehicle at a Montana State Park.
Out-of-state visitors can purchase a Nonresident Entrance Pass which allows for an unlimited number of visits and discounted camping rates at one low price of $50.
Purchase a Nonresident Entrance Pass online at the FWP License Service.