The permit – called a Kansas State Parks Passport – will cost $15.50.
The annual pass covers the fee you normally pay when you bring your vehicle into one of the Kansas State Parks. Typically, this fee is $5 per vehicle, per day (or $6 per vehicle, per day if you pay online).
The regular price of the annual vehicle permit is $25, so you’ll save $9.50 if you buy the permit as part of your Kansas vehicle registration process. The pass will expire when your vehicle registration expires a year later.
The Kansas State Parks Passport will cover the vehicle fees at any of Kansas’ 26 state parks. Note that the vehicle pass does not cover any other fees, like camping or trail permits. But if you’re a fan of camping, fishing, and hiking, the annual pass will pay for itself on your fourth day at any Kansas State Park.
For more information, read the news release at KansasOutdoors.com