SALE: 2013 OC Parks Annual Parking Passes 50% Off Aug 1st! @OCParks

Does your family love Orange County parks? Did you know they have annual parking passes? Starting August 1st, you can get the parking passes for 50% off!

Spend more time in the great outdoors with family, friends and OC Parks in 2013.

OC Parks annual parking passes and decals allow for convenient parking at your favorite regional and wilderness parks, as well as all County beach parks. Enjoy hiking, mountain biking, exploring, surfing or rest and relaxation in nature with simple pre-paid parking at all locations.
Limestone Canyon. Photo Courtesy of OC Parks.

The annual regional and wilderness parking passes and parking decals, as well as the separate annual beach parking decals, will be available for just $27.50 (reg. priced at $55.)

(Wilderness Park Decal Included)
$27.50 (reg. price $55)
COUNTY BEACHES (See list below)
$27.50 (reg. price $55)
Disabled with Placard and seniors 60+ years age
$17.50 (reg. priced at $35)
Disabled with placard already park free at County beach parks.
OC Parks AND Beaches
$40, (reg. price $80)
$25 for seniors (reg. price $50)

Annual parking decals are valid at these locations:

  • Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park
  • Carbon Canyon Regional Park
  • Caspers Wilderness Park
  • Clark Regional Park
  • Craig Regional Park
  • Dana Point Youth and Group
  • Heritage Hill Historical Park
  • Irvine Regional Park
  • George Key Ranch Historical Park
  • Laguna Coast Wilderness Park
  • Laguna Niguel Regional Park
  • Mason Regional Park
  • Mile Square Regional Park
  • Newport Harbor Patrol
  • O’Neill Regional Park
  • Peters Canyon Regional Park
  • Riley Wilderness Park
  • Santiago Oaks Regional Park
  • Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve
  • Yorba Regional Park

Annual County beach parking decals are valid at these locations:

  • Aliso Beach Park
  • Capistrano Beach
  • Dana Point Harbor
  • Salt Creek Beach

Annual parking passes and decals are available for purchase at an OC Parks facility near you. Visit OC Parks online at for more information and a list of convenient locations.

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OC Parks
OC Parks manages nearly 60,000 acres of parks, historical and coastal facilities and open space for the County of Orange as part of OC Community Resources.

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