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Adjustments to user fees at Larimer County Department of Natural Resources (LCDNR) parks and open spaces will go into effect January 1, 2022. The Larimer County Board of County Commissioners approved the fee adjustments in September 2021.

Fees will rise for daily permits, annual permits, and all types of camping to ensure operational sustainability in the face of increasing visitation and population growth. Resident day use permits will increase from $9 to $10, and resident annual vehicle permits will rise from $90 to $100. Disabled individuals and low-income (bison) permits will incur no increase.

A new annual entrance combo (boat) permit and a new category of day use permit was approved.  A discounted Veteran combo (vehicle/boat) will be available for $155, and a new non-resident day use fee will go into effect in 2023.  The non-resident day use fee will be $15, as compared to $10 for Larimer County residents. In addition, Disabled Veterans and Purple Heart licensees will be provided free entrance at all LCDNR properties. 

LCDNR relies primarily on user fees and Help Preserve Open Space dedicated sales tax revenues to support operations, maintenance, and management of its parks and open spaces. For more information, please visit larimer.org/naturalresources/permits.

 

Published on: 
Wednesday, December 29, 2021 - 2:19pm

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