California State Parks Library Pass
California State Parks Library Pass FAQs
Through a partnership with California State Parks and California State Libraries, free State Parks vehicle-day use hangtag passes will be made available for circulation through all public libraries in California. Pick yours up at your local library within the Riverside County Library System!
What is a Park Pass?
Park Passes provide free vehicle day-use access to over 200 parks, lakes, beaches, and monuments in the State Parks system.
Who can check out a Park Pass?
Any Riverside County resident, with an active RCLS card in good standing, may borrow a Park Pass. Limit one per household.
How long can I check out a Park Pass?
Park Passes can be checked out for (2) two weeks.
Are Park Passes renewable?
Park Passes are not renewable.
Can I place a hold on a Park Pass?
Park Passes cannot be placed on hold; however, if you call the library, you can place one on a 3-day hold.
Where can I return a Park Pass?
Park Passes must be returned to the service desk of the RCLS location where it was borrowed. They may not be returned to bookdrops or other RCLS locations.