Residents Can Check Out South Dakota Parks Pass

Residents Can Check Out South Dakota Parks Pass







The Grant County Public Library is participating in the “Check Out South Dakota State Parks!” program. Through this service, library patrons will be able to check out a state park entrance license, free of charge, and spend a day or two at the park.   
The “Check Out South Dakota State Parks!” program is a collaboration through the South Dakota State Library and South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks. It is made available at participating public libraries throughout the state.    
“We are excited to be a part of the program and have these state park entrance licenses available for Grant County Public Library patrons,” commented Tammy Wollschlager, library director. “We live so close to so many great state parks, it should be a great way for people to enjoy visiting them.”  
“Your local library is the perfect gateway to explore the world around you,” said George Seamon, state librarian. “The Check Out South Dakota State Parks program gives library patrons a great opportunity to enjoy the natural wonders all over our state.” 
Library patrons can check out a state park pass from a participating library, free of charge, for up to three days. For a list of participating libraries, visit
  “South Dakota State Parks offer a variety of activities for families to enjoy,” said Al Nedved, state park deputy director. “We are excited to partner with libraries across the state in a new way to expand these outdoor opportunities to new people.” To learn more about South Dakota state parks, visit 
This program is made possible with Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding available to the State Library through the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).


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