Michigan’s Recreation Passport Price Increases
MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Michigan’s two-year old Recreation Passport is getting its first price increase.
The Department of Natural Resources says that effective January 2, 2013 the purchase price will change from $10 to $11.
The Passport is required for vehicles entering Michigan’s state parks, recreation areas and forest campgrounds. The increase is based on a requirement built into the 2010 legislation that created the Recreation Passport that says the purchase price must keep pace with inflation.
This year, the state treasurer determined the price increase is $1.
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