|Camping at Groveland Oaks County Park|
“The one-time, low cost offers 15 months of unlimited entry at the county parks,” Supervisor of Administrative Services Karen Kohn said. “This is a great offer for those who enjoy the parks and want to be active outdoors.”
The 2011 Annual Vehicle Permit offers unlimited entry to eight Oakland County Parks and provides free parking at the Fourth of July fireworks and Oakland County Fair on Oakland County Parks Day.
A new, lower price of $22/permit is offered for resident seniors ages 62 and over, adaptive and active military patrons. Cost is $30/permit for non-resident seniors ages 62 and over, adaptive and active military patrons.
Regular rate is $30/permit for Oakland County residents or $46/permit for non-residents.
The Parks Perks Pass is also available and valid at eight county parks and 13 Huron-Clinton Metroparks. Cost is $48.
The parks system offers trails for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and equestrian use; lakes for boating, fishing and swimming; nature education opportunities at the Wint Nature Center; and more. Dogs and their owners will relish Lyon Oaks, Orion Oaks and Red Oaks off-leash dog parks.
Annual Vehicle Permits and Parks Perks Passes can be purchased at select permit sales locations; online at DestinationOakland.com; or by mail by completing a Vehicle Permit Form.
To view permit sales locations, or to print a mail-in Vehicle Permit Form, visit www.DestinationOakland.com.