OC Parks Pass-2019 Annual Pass. Have you purchased your Orange County Parks combination pass for 2019? For a mere $80 you get access to awe-inspiring county parks, wilderness areas, and beaches. The county’s regional parks are by far the most recommended by Fun Orange County Parks readers. Last year, it took me 5 minutes to purchase an entry card from the ranger station at the entrance to O’Neill Regional Park.
Note: I am NOT officially attached to any parks. I am a writer mom and nature guide who independently promotes spending family time outdoors. Always check official sources for current info.
Link here for OFFICIAL OCParks.com pass information for 2019. No decals anymore, just gate cards that last 1 year from the date of purchase.
Regional Park locations:
- Carbon Canyon Regional Park, Brea
- Clark Regional Park, Buena Park
- Craig Regional Park, Fullerton
- Irvine Regional Park, Irvine
- Laguna Niguel Regional Park, Laguna Niguel
- Mason Regional Park, Irvine
- Mile Square Regional Park, Fountain Valley
- O’Neill Regional Park, Trabuco Canyon
- Santiago Oaks Regional Park, Orange
- Yorba Regional Park, Anaheim
Wilderness Park locations:
- Aliso & Wood Canyons, Laguna Niguel
- Caspers Wilderness Park, San Juan Capistrano
- Laguna Coast Wilderness Park
- Peters Canyon Regional Park, Orange
- Riley Wilderness Park, Coto de Caza
- Limestone-Whiting Wilderness Park, Trabuco Canyon
- Aliso Beach Park, South Laguna Beach
- Capistrano Beach, Capistrano Beach
- Dana Point Harbor, Dana Point
- Salt Creek Beach, Dana Point
*Since 2008, I have received complimentary annual passes on occasion. However, I covered almost all of the OC Parks at my own expense and always renew my annual pass. It’s so worth the investment! Link here to full disclosure policy.