Military members can get a state parks pass for free in August

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering a free pass to all 41 state parks for the month of August to anyone who is an active-duty service member or veteran. “There is no easy way to thank our military members for their selfless service…,” CPW Area Wildlife Manager Kris Middledorf said in a statement. “We wouldn’t have these beautiful public lands, rivers and lakes to enjoy had it not been for the sacrifice of so many generations of veterans and current active duty service members.” To get the free pass for your rear-view mirror, just bring proof of military service to any CPW office or state park. The agency accepts Veterans Affairs medical cards, state-issued identification cards with the veteran seal on it, active or retired military identifications, DD Form 2, DD214 or DD Form 2765. “If you are already in the CPW system as a military member or veteran, no further proof is necessary,” according to the release. “To verify your service in our system, please feel free to reach out to any CPW office.” The pass gives everyone in the vehicle with the service member free admission. Click Here for more details. – Article from The Know Outdoors – 2018

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