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Annual Passes

OC Parks Annual Parking Passes for Parks, Beaches or all facilities are available to purchase.

Purchase an OC Parks Annual Parking Pass 

Please note: 

  • When purchasing an OC Parks Annual Parking Pass online, you will not be able to use the pass until you receive it in the mail within 7 to 10 days. Until then, you will have to pay for day use parking; no refunds will be issued.
  • If you are RENEWING your existing Annual Pass, you will not be sent a replacement card; you will continue to use your existing pass as our system will update the expiration date upon processing the online transaction.

Purchase an OC Parks Annual Parking Pass in person at the following locations (please visit the park's page for office hours. Times are subject to change; we recommend calling the park prior to visiting):

When purchasing an OC Parks Annual Parking Pass in person, you will receive the parking pass immediately and can begin using it.

For more information, view our OC Parks Annual Pass Information Sheet or Annual Pass FAQ.

All County Parks and Beaches Parking Pass

Regular: $80

Senior (60yrs+)/Disabled: $50
Distinguished Veteran: No Fee*

County Regional and Wilderness Parks Parking Pass

Parks with entrance booths and/or with pay and display machines

Regular: $55

Senior (60yrs+)/Disabled: $35

County Beach Parking Pass with Pay and Display Machines

Regular: $55

Senior (60yrs+): $35 

Parking pass permits one vehicle to park on a day-use basis, subject to all County rules and ordinances. Vehicle owner assumes all liability associated with use of the pass. Valid at all County of Orange operated regional recreation facilities parking areas with controlled access gates.

Handicapped persons displaying a specially designed DMV handicap placard/license/decal are not required to purchase a beach parking pass for Salt Creek Beach. For more details on these locations, download the listing of purchase sites or call 714-619-8057.

Parking Passes are effective for one year from date of purchase.

*Distinguished Veterans are veterans:

  1. with a 50% or higher service-connected disability
  2. who were held as prisoners of war or
  3. who are recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Documentation to verify Distinguished Veteran status can be in either:

  • a valid “Distinguished Veteran Pass” issued by the California Department of Parks and Recreation, or
  • a confirming letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs.