MANHATTAN, Kan. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Tuttle Creek Lake has announced that the annual day use pass is now on sale. The pass costs $30 and is valid at Corps parks nationwide. The pass permits the holder and accompanying passengers to use boat ramps and swim beaches at Corps of Engineers parks without further charge. When using a Corps recreation facility, either the annual pass or a daily pass is required.
The only area with day use fees at Tuttle Creek Lake is Tuttle Creek Cove Park. A boat ramp day use fee is collected there from April 1 to October 31. A beach use fee is collected from May 15 to September 15.
Golden Age, Golden Access, and America the Beautiful Senior and Access passport holders are eligible to purchase the annual permit at half price. State park permits do not reciprocate with Corps day use permits.
For further information on the day use fee program, visit the Tuttle Creek Lake Visitor Center at 5020 Tuttle Creek Boulevard, Manhattan, Kan., or call 785-539-8511.
Release no. 13-001