Someone told me if you have the National Parks pass... that you don't have to pay the entry... is that correct?
Don't think you can use it. But, after 5 p.m. the park is free.
If you are staying for more than 2 days and want to go with the dogs during the day. Buy the pass. You can go in and out of the park as many times during the day as you want. If you just want to enjoy the evening with the sun going down with the dogs, just go after 5 p.m.
Yeah, it's a Volusia County park. It's $10 for the day or $20 for the year. Gets you into the dog beaches on either side of the inlet (Sand Dunes and Lighthouse Point).
We stayed right by the beach so I'm not sure about the passes. Sorry this is not much help to you.
Dog park is a county park, pass is for inlet on NSB side and the light house park. I have seen some snowbirds with out of state tags getting yearly past????
Only if it is a National Park. I think it is a county park
No, it is not a National Park. However if you have limitations and use a handicap sign you can show that and get in for no charge any day. It is the same to drive in the beach.
Just 10 minutes south of NSB on S Atlantic is Cape Canaveral National Seashore, where you can use your national pass. Is is beautiful preserve.
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