Park Fees & Prices
The fee schedule is centralized itemized list of fees and charges assessed by Snohomish County Parks. Examples include campsite, shelter, cabin, yurt, and parking.
Prices go into effect no later than January first of each year.
View the 2020 (pdf) fee schedule
Transaction Fees are the cost for having an automated reservation system and are similar to the reservation fees collected by state parks. They are assessed for all facilities within the system, anytime a reservation is made, changed, or cancelled--be it for an advanced reservation or a drop-in. The money collected goes directly to the company that creates and updates the software, provides training and technical support, maintains the servers, and collects and processes the payments. For this reason, transaction fees cannot be refunded.
Please note that while transaction fees are identified as a separate charge from the standard facility use fees, they are factored into the cancellation and change fees.
Camping Discount Passes
Snohomish County Parks offers up to 28 nights per year in discounted camping for qualified visitors. Visitors must possess a Pass Card issued by Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission at time of reservation. See list below. No other cards, placards, special license plates, or stickers will be accepted for discounting fees at Snohomish County Parks. To receive a discount, reservations must be made through the call-center at 425-388-6600. Reservations made online will be charged full price which cannot be retro actively refunded. As with all other reservations, they will incur the non-refundable transaction fee.
- Senior Citizen Limited Income Pass Card:
Good for 50% discount on nightly camping (campsites). Offered to Washington state residents 62 years and older with an annual household income of $40,000 or less. Use this application (PDF) to maximize your savings.
- One and Five-Year Disability Pass Card:
Good for 50% discount on nightly camping (campsites). Offered to Washington state residents who are legally blind, profoundly deaf, developmentally disabled or who meet the disability definition used by the U.S. Social Security Administration. Fill out the Washington State Parks Disability Pass application (PDF) online. Important: When applying, inform State Parks that you will be camping in Snohomish County Parks.
- Disabled Veteran’s Lifetime Pass Card:
Free camping (campsites) and vehicle access to day-use / boat launch at fee-use parks. Offered to Washington state residents with a documented service-connected disability of at least 30 percent. To apply for the card, complete the State Parks application form.
Pass Holder Rules
- Pass must be current and with you at all times (proof required at time of reservation and check-in).
- Pass holder must be camping at the discounted site for the duration of the discounted reservation.
- Guests of pass holder camping at a separate site must pay the full regular fee.
- No more than 14 discounted nights reserved at a time.
- Campers are limited to a 14-night stay in any park.
- No more than 28 discounted nights in a calendar year (per household).
- Pass does not provide discounts on annual permits, picnic shelters, cabins/cottage, yurts, transaction fees or other services (i.e., firewood, shower meters, etc.).
- A pass cannot be used in conjunction with any other pass or discount.
- Pass only valid for person issued.
- Discounted sites will be cancelled/No-Show if site is not occupied by 2nd day.
- Upgrades to Premium sites will be assessed the fee difference between Standard Utility and Premium sites.