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CapeM1

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Not sure if this has been mentioned previously but there is a "Golden Age Pass" available for only $10 to all seniors,regardless of which state you reside in. The pass offers half-price camping from Sunday-Thursday (excluding holidays), and free access to Maryland state parks. I, for one, would like to say a big thank you to Maryland for offering this. This is the link.


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What age do they define as senior?


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jkwilson wrote:

What age do they define as senior?


They define it as "62 or older". [emoticon]

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Got one. We consider ourselves 'guest' MD residents. We are not US citizens but our RV resides in MD. All trips begin & end in a MD SP.

A shame other states do not offer the same benefit. Many of them really nail you if you are out of state. So much for encouraging tourism.


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I wish Georgia cared about their senior campers like some other states!


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I’ve mentioned the Maryland Golden Age Pass several times, noting that its available to non-residents, although not in a dedicated thread. It’s a far better deal than my own state gives me, and the best treatment for out-of-staters I’ve come across. Use it once, and it’s more than paid for itself. Some pretty good State Parks, too. If you’re in the Mid-Atlantic region, or visit even sporadically, it’s a no-brainer.


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I have one, use it on our way to/from lake Ontario from Virginia each year. Thanks Maryland, love your state.


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Bird Freak wrote:

I wish Georgia cared about their senior campers like some other states!

I get a 20% discount at all GASP’s we visit and a 50% in our Florida Parks which only honor state residents. We visit Georgia parks on average of 30 days a year. We always buy the Georgia annual park pass that gives additional discounts.





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