ReserveCalifornia™ Launches August 1, 2017

California State Parks is excited to announce ReserveCalifornia™, the new camping, lodging, and tour reservations service coming AUGUST 1, 2017. Between now and August 1, 2017, continue to make reservations through ReserveAmerica.com as you do today. Beginning August 1, 2017, use ReserveCalifornia.com™ to make or modify your camping, lodging, or tour reservations.

Please check back frequently on ReserveCalifornia.com to get the latest information on our new reservations service, including frequently asked questions (FAQs), news releases and social media posts!

June 15, 2017

The California Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) is modernizing the way it manages the Distinguished Veteran (DVP) and Disabled Discount (DDP) pass programs. Starting this month, June 15, the DPR will be issuing new credit card design passes for current DVP and DDP pass holders as part of its transition to California’s new reservation system: ReserveCalifornia.

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DPR is asking current pass holders to visit one of 49 designated state park locations starting June 15, 2017, to work with department staff to create a new online profile and exchange their current pass for the new credit card design pass. It is important to note that current pass holders under the DVP and DDP programs may continue using their passes for camping reservations through July 31, 2017. Individuals may also use their current pass for day use through Feb. 28, 2018. Old passes will not be valid after these dates.

For full details on the exchange program and to find a exchange site near you, please visit www.parks.ca.gov/PassExchange or call (844) 421-8077.

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