Adventure pass update.

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  1. SurfNHuntSD

    SurfNHuntSD Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Steve/Don. Sorry for thread jacking the other one.
     
  2. Ocurtis

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    I went to the palomar ranger station in Ramona 2 weeks ago. They told me you only need the adventure pass if you are parking at an area that has utilities. Is, camp site, bathrooms, etc. parking on the side of the road doesn't require adventurenpass. Hopefully they weren't lying to me!


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  3. Ocurtis

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    Actually that was last week. Wednesday to be exact


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  4. encore90230

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    i always take a shovel.
     
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  5. xjon

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    My understanding is that any place that they have constructed, such as a parking area, you will need the pass. These are normally found at trailheads, campgrounds, etc. CNF here in Orange county does have signs stating the need for adventure pass for these places. It really depends on where you park, not where you take a dump.

    If you just pull off the road-you should be fine without a pass.

    I always get a yearly pass. It is my way of contributing and I think of it as a donation for a good cause. Same way I donate to DFW by getting tags I don't fill/use, I do the same with my local NF. Also add on NWTF to that list.
     
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  6. longbowhunter2

    longbowhunter2 Well-Known Member

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    Just like every other law comi Calif law get written by lawyers. Which can be clear as mud. To my understanding hikers sued the state for requiring wilderness pass at trailheads or any wilderness areas. But hell that can change. As it is 1/3 of my check gets taxed. Plus outrageous property tax. Gas tax and on. DMV fees is the UP there.
     
  7. longbowhunter2

    longbowhunter2 Well-Known Member

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    Ridiculous fees in this state. Makes me Wonder why I stayed.
     
  8. sportyg

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    sane here purchased a senior pass about four years ago set for life anywhere in the country
     
  9. TonyS

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    Interesting. I have read that CNF and other locations 'say' they will write tickets. BUT I have yet to hear of any forestry service workers giving Judge Terry Hatter the finger.

    Wonder why that is?
     

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