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    Default tonto pass for saguaro

    Can you buy one at the guard shack yet, or do you still have to buy one at a store before you show up.... If only at a store, where is the easiest if I get off the freeway at university and the 202 (heading N on Ellsworth)?

    I just need to do a "shake down" run late in the afternoon during the week to check out some repairs...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mesquito_creek View Post
    Can you buy one at the guard shack yet, or do you still have to buy one at a store before you show up.... If only at a store, where is the easiest if I get off the freeway at university and the 202 (heading N on Ellsworth)?

    I just need to do a "shake down" run late in the afternoon during the week to check out some repairs...
    QT elsworth and university has them. Yes you need to buy before going to the lake

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    what he said

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    Yup what they said
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    I concur! However if you plan going to the lake at least ten times in a year I would HIGHLY suggest getting a season pass for $90. Its worth it. You dont have to worry about getting a pass for the whole year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominator View Post
    I concur! However if you plan going to the lake at least ten times in a year I would HIGHLY suggest getting a season pass for $90. Its worth it. You dont have to worry about getting a pass for the whole year.
    Yeah I should have bought one a long time ago. I'm sure I have spent the $90 about 3 times over..

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    you can buy the pass online as well. I did

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    I personally get the yearly pass, it's $100 for the tonto pass and lake pass, it includes sag, canyon, apache, roosevelt & bartlett

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    15 bux for the sticker

    and 80 bux for the Annual Pass

    I believe there is a 5 dollar process fee. Its a guberment deal

    I already exceeded t100 bux worth of boating at Sag. Not to mention Bartlett early on this past spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    15 bux for the sticker

    and 80 bux for the Annual Pass

    I believe there is a 5 dollar process fee. Its a guberment deal

    I already exceeded t100 bux worth of boating at Sag. Not to mention Bartlett early on this past spring.
    Those are the ones I use to do the same for the state parks in Calif. when I lived there. I really need to get to Bartlett, I've been here over 3 years now and haven't been there. It's kinda hard when I can be on Sag in 25 minutes

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