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No Discover Pass? Parks Officials Now Ticketing At Riverside State Park

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

The Discover Pass is now in it's third year, and Washington is no longer giving out warnings anywhere in the state. Now, if you're caught sneaking into a state park, you're going to get a ticket.

One-day passes cost $10, and it costs $30 for an annual pass. Without one on your windshield, you will face a fine of $99. People who have a pass but do not display it can get the ticket reduced to $59.

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