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In the News: Library Park Pass Program Gives Access to Sand Harbor, Other Nevada State Parks

January 23, 2023 | Member Submitted

Originally published in the Tahoe Daily Tribune on 1/21/23. Submitted to the Tribune.

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. –  The Nevada Division of State Parks announced Thursday a new way for residents to check out their state parks by borrowing a park pass from their local public library. The new Library Park Passes cover the day-use entrance fee for one passenger vehicle with up to eight people, and may be borrowed for one week, then returned to the library for others to check out. Each public library in Nevada has been provided with two passes that can be checked out by library patrons. This new program will provide more Nevadans with opportunities to discover their spectacular State Parks by removing barriers and creating more equitable access to nature.

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