Maryland Park Service
2014 Passport

2014 Maryland State Park Pass

The 2014 Maryland Park Service Passport can be purchased for $75 for Maryland residents or for $100 for out-of-state residents. The 2014 Passport is valid through the remainder of calendar year 2013 and expires December 31, 2014. Purchase the Maryland Park Service Passport on-line through this website.

The pass offers: unlimited day-use admission for everyone in the vehicle (up to 10 people) to Maryland's State Parks and facilities; unlimited boat launching at all State Park facilities; and a 10 percent discount on state-operated concession items and boat rentals. For parks with honor box systems, the pass covers entry service charges.

Modification or reproduction of the Maryland State Park Passport for personal or commercial use is strictly prohibited. Violators may be prosecuted. The passport is non-refundable, non-transferable and cannot be replaced if lost or stolen.

Name: ____________________________________________________________

Address: _________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

Telephone: _______________________________________________________

Number of passes:
______ x $75.00 for Maryland residents
______ x $100.00 for out-of-state residents
Total $______ check or money order enclosed

Make check or money order payable to (please include your driver's license #):
Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Send to:
Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Maryland Park Service
Annual Maryland Park Service Pass
580 Taylor Avenue, E-3
Annapolis MD 21401

If you have any questions, please call the Maryland Park Service's main office at 410-260-8186 or 1-800-830-3974.

Contact the Park Service

  • Toll Free: 1-800-830-3974
    (Annapolis Office)
  • Reservations: 1-888-432-2267
  • Park Watch: 1-800-825-7275
  • Email Us

Find A Park


If you prefer, you can use a map to locate one of our parks.

Our Mission

The mission of the Maryland Park Service is to manage the natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources to provide the best use for the benefit of people.