A Discover Pass is required to park in Lime Kiln Point State Park. The annual Discover Pass costs $30 and daily passes cost $10. Both can be purchased at the Park’s Interpretive Center during its business hours. Daily passes are also available on a self-service basis in the upper parking lot and down by the Interpretive Center. There are no transaction and dealer fees if purchased at the Park!
To order by phone call: (866) 320-9933 or To order online go to: http://www.discoverpass.wa.gov/
Other licensed dealers on San Juan Island:
FRIDAY HARBOR, WA 98250
110 SPRING ST
FRIDAY HARBOR, WA 98250
ROCHE HARBOR GENERAL STORE
195 REUBEN MEMORIAL DR 101
ROCHE HARBOR, WA 98250
What do you get for $30?
The annual Discover Pass allows access to Washington state-managed recreation lands. It is good for 2 vehicles (not at the same time) for 1 full calendar year from the date of purchase. WHAT A BARGAIN! The annual Discover Pass is probably the best entertainment package in the State.
Seattle Mariners Game — for a single game for a family of 4: $120+
a family of 4 sitting at “view level” can get a gift package for $50
parking – $20+
concessions – $50+
Seattle Aquarium — one time visit for a family of 4 costs: $87.80+
Adult (ages 13 & over) $19.95
Youth (ages 4 – 12) $ 13.95
Child (ages 3 & under) Free
Parking – $20+
An evening at the movies in Friday Harbor for a family of 4 costs: $39.00
adults – $9.50
children – $7.50
small popcorn – $5.00
Dinner out for a family of 4 is more than $30.
Annual Discover Pass (good for 365 days from date of purchase) — $30
You can take a car load of people to go to any one of over 180 state parks, water-access points, heritage sites, wildlife and natural areas, trails and trailheads, as well as DNR and WDFW campgrounds, trails and trailheads and all DNR managed uplands.
Please visit http://www.discoverpass.wa.gov/ for more information.
2015 Free Days when the Discover Pass will not be required to visit a state park:
March 19 – (Thursday) Washington State Parks’ 102nd birthday
April 4 – (Saturday) A springtime free Saturday
April 22 – (Wednesday) Earth Day
May 10 – (Sunday) A springtime free Sunday
June 6 – (Saturday) National Trails Day
June 13 – (Saturday) National Get Outdoors Day
August 25 – (Tuesday) National Park Service 99th birthday
September 26 – (Saturday) National Public Lands Day
November 11 – (Wednesday) Veterans Day
NOTE: A Discover Pass will still be required on these days to access lands managed by the Washington State department of Natural Resources and the Washington department of Fish and Wildlife.