Annual vehicle admission stickers and state trail passes are valid from the date of purchase through December 31, of the year shown on the sticker.
2018 Annual Stickers
Annual Resident Sticker – $28.00
Annual Sr Rate (65+) – $13
Annual Non-Resident – $38.00
*Annual Reduced Rate Resident – $15.50
*Annual Reduced Rate Non-Resident – $20.50
2018 Daily Stickers –
(Devil’s Lake Fees are higher than other WI State Parks)
Resident – $13.00
Resident Sr. Rate – $3.00
Non-Resident – $16.00
Res. Bus Pass – $16.00
Non-Res. Bus Pass – $20.00
** Hourly Pass – $5.00
(Remember Devil’s Lake State Park accepts National Park Passes as well!)
2018 Camping Rates (Per Night) – Fee Increase Coming
Camping Resident – $20.00. W/Electric $30.00 (Year Round)
Camping Non-Resident – $25.00 W/Electric $35.00 (Year Round)
2018 Group Camping Rates (Per Night)
1-20 ppl – $40.00
21-30 ppl – $60.00
31-40 ppl – $80.00
* Reduced rate stickers are available for additional vehicles registered to the same household address.
**One-hour stickers are not available at all state parks or forests.
You can buy your annual Wisconsin State Park Sticker at the Visitor Information Office or else you may order your annual vehicle admission stickers and trail passes by phone at (608)266-2181 between 7:45 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. MasterCard or Visa accepted. We also urge you to purchase your stickers online from the Friends of Wisconsin State Parks here.
Are You A Resident? Actually your CAR has to be a resident regardless of where you live! Stickers are sold to match the license plate of the vehicle not the visitor’s residency. So if you are from Wisconsin you will need to drive your Wisconsin licensed vehicle to get the residential rate.
Additional Stickers: Additional (second or third. . . ) annual stickers may be purchased at a reduced rate for any additional family cars. The key rule is that both (or more) cars must be registered to the same address.
Special Note: Federal National Park Service Passports (Golden Age, Golden Access, and Golden Eagle) are honored for entry at Devil’s Lake State Park as part of the Federal Ice Age Trail.