(Cheyenne, Wyo.) – Outdoor enthusiasts looking to visit Wyoming’s State Parks and Historic Sites in 2013 can save up to $7 on the purchase of annual daily use permits by buying them between January 1, and February 15.
During the Early Bird sale, resident annual daily use permits are $27 (a savings of $6) and non-resident permits are available for $46 (a savings of $7.)
The Early Bird sale of the annual permits will be underway at selling agents statewide. Permits can also be purchased at most State Parks and Historic Sites, but please call ahead as some facilities within parks and historic sites are closed during the winter months. Annual permits can also be purchased online at www.wyo-park.com, or by calling 1-877-996-7275.
Persons with questions about Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites fees can call 307-777-6323.
Permits are available statewide at the following selling agent locations:
Afton: Pioneer Anglers, Casper: Rocky Mountain Discount Sports, Walmart West,Cheyenne: Guns & Gear, Wyoming State Parks (Barrett Building), Cody: Cody Newsstand, Cokeville: Town Clerk’s Office, Douglas: Douglas Hardware Hank, Gillette:Ace Hardware, Glendo: Halls’ Marina, Glendo Trading Post, Howard’s General Store,Guernsey: Howshar Hardware, Thrifty Foods, Lander: One Stop Market, Laramie: West Laramie Fly Store, Big Y, Pine Bluffs: Allwayz Manufacturing, Pine Haven: Paradise Foods, Riverton: High Country Sporting Goods, Shoshoni: Fast Lane, Lip Rippers, Thermopolis: Canyon Sporting Goods, Torrington: Frontier Mart, Wheatland: Platte County Chamber of Commerce, and Worland: Outdoorsman.