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Corps of Engineer Annual Pass #13960826 04/15/21 05:53 AM
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Anyone know where you can buy this online? There site is awful. Can you buy an annual pass there at the entrance of most of these?

Moritz Chevrolet - 9101 Camp Bowie W Blvd, Fort Worth, TX - Monte Coon (817) 696-2003
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Go to USAC, then recreation. The yearly pass is now 80 bucks!!!!!

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I'm not sure you can do it online. Just got a new one on Tuesday. Called the lake office and was told they don't do it there, but any manned gate should be able to do it. So your best bet is a camp ground. Took the lady forever, had 6 vehicles pile up behind us lol. They only accepted cards and it's $40.


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Man they are different than from here. The gate attendant at Lake Granger sad they could not take money from anyone and Had to get your pass online, and im at the lake everyday during the crappie spawn. I went online to look at getting my lifetime pass(now OLD enough) thats where i saw the price. Well it is the dumberment!!!

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Try fairfield online that's where I got mine


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Next thing you know you will be calling a Dr. Pepper a pop and putting chili on spaghetti.

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The $80.00 one is a life time for anyone 62 and older.

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Got mine a few weeks ago at the gate to Air Port Park on Lake Waco. They are only accepting cards as payment and it was $40.

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I wish we could get them at the gate here. The website must be messed up, i knew about the $80.00 for the lifetime, but i swear it said 80.00 for yearly. They will not even take cc here at the gate.

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Ok got the poop, Lake Granger has gone to online only to get any pass, i was looking at National Park yearly pass for the $80.00. My bad!!!!

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[quote=billyfish]Ok got the poop, Lake Granger has gone to online only to get any pass, i was looking at National Park yearly pass for the $80.00. My bad!!!![/quot

I believe you can use a national park on Corp. lakes

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