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I bought a pass at a ranger station in Florida Ocala National Forest for $20 per annum then when the ranger asked to see my driver's license to prove age and signature she took the pass away from me but she realized I was Canadian and said I had to be American to have this past. Am I going to run into this problem with BLM or state park passes?
Interagency Annual Pass
Cost: $80 Annually
Who Qualifies: Anyone can purchace an Interagency Annual Pass.
  • Honored nationwide at all Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and US Fish & Wildlife Service sites charging entrance or standard amenity fees
  • Valid for 12 months from the month of purchase. Expires the last day of the month punched.
  • Has two signature lines and any two individuals may sign the pass. Both are considered pass holders.
  • Admits pass holder and any accompanying passengers in a private non-commercial vehicle.
  • At per-person fee sites, admits pass holder and up to 3 persons. Persons 15 and younger are admitted free of charge.
  • Frequent visitors of multiple federal agency lands may save money by buying an Interagency Annual Pass.
You want the Interagency Pass. The ranger should have told you about it. The pass will give you a year of free access to all federal sites that charge admission but will not get you half price camping that is available for US citizens over 62.

 BLM sites almost always have free admission for everyone.. Boondocking is almost always free for everyone. Long term camping passes for BLM sites in Arizona and California can be bought by Canadians for the same price as US citizens.

 State park passes should also be available to everyone.