Parking fees

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Clark County charges daily parking fees year-round at four county regional parks:

  • Frenchman's Bar Regional Park
  • Lewisville Regional Park
  • Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond
  • Vancouver Lake Regional Park

​Daily parking fees at these four parks are:

  • $2 for motorcycles
  • $3 for vehicles
  • $6 for vehicles with trailers
  • $8 for buses or motor homes

There is no charge for people who walk or bicycle into any of these four parks. Washington State Parks Disabled Veteran Lifetime Pass holders are also exempt from parking fees. Click here for more information.

Under Clark County Code, parking a vehicle without paying the required daily fee or displaying a valid parking pass could result in a $40 fine.

Clark County Code, 9.05.260 Parking

Parking fees help provide funding to support parks maintenance and impacts of use such as garbage/waste management, restroom cleaning and facilities upkeep.

Ways to Pay

At the fee booth

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When fee collection staff are present at fee booths at the park, you can pay via cash, credit card (Visa or Mastercard only), or contactless/tap to pay. 

Via a Self-Pay Station

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Self-pay stations accept cash, coin, debit cards, contactless payment, Visa and MasterCard. They do not accept checks, Discover or American Express cards.

Using a County Parks Parking Pass

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An annual pass can be purchased for $30 online or from a fee collector. 

Passes from other agencies, such as the Washington State Parks Discover Pass, are NOT accepted at the four county regional parks listed above.

Using the Flowbird Mobile App

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Download the app, enter payment and vehicle information to create an account, select your location, and pay.

More info

Annual county regional parks parking pass

2024 annual passes can be purchased starting Dec. 5, 2023 for $30 and will be valid through the 2024 calendar year, not for the 12-month period following the sale. The pass will be valid for use at Frenchman’s Bar Regional Park, Lewisville Regional Park, Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond and Vancouver Lake Regional Park. ​Pass holders will save money if they visit just one of the four parks once a month during 2024.  

Annual passes can be purchased online using either Visa or MasterCard or by calling 564.397.2285 8 am to 4 pm Monday through Thursday.

Parking passes are nonrefundable and cannot be transferred. People who lose their parking pass must provide valid identification, proof of purchase and pay a $10 fee to receive a replacement pass.

Passes issued by other agencies, including the Washington State Parks Discover Pass, city of Vancouver's annual parking pass for the Marine Park Boat Launch, Northwest Forest Pass, or America the Beautiful federal lands pass, cannot be used to pay for parking at the four county regional parks where parking fees are charged. Likewise, the county's regional parks parking pass is not valid anywhere other than the four county regional parks listed at the top of this page.


Washington State Parks Disabled Veteran Lifetime Pass

Washington State Parks Disabled Veteran Lifetime Pass holders are exempt from paying the daily parking fee at county regional parks. Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission offers the state parks Lifetime Disabled Veteran Pass to Washington residents who are military veterans with 30% or greater service-connected disabilities. Information about the Washington State Parks Disabled Veteran Lifetime Pass can be found at

To be exempt from paying the parking fee at county parks, Washington State Parks Disabled Veteran Lifetime Pass holders are required to present the pass to park staff upon entering the park and display the pass in their parked vehicle. If the pass isn’t shown to park staff upon entering or displayed it in the parked vehicle, the visitor will be required to pay the daily parking fee.