Green Diamond Resource Company will expand its Recreation Access Permit program starting September 1, 2014, adding 36,000 acres to the fee access program for a total of 60,000 acres in Mason County, Washington, on the Olympic Peninsula.
Last year, Green Diamond launched a pilot program with positive results. Users enjoyed a solitary recreational experience while still being in easy driving distance to population centers.
Permit holders will enter from one of ten gates to access miles of remote roads, creeks, wetlands and other water bodies, including Cloquallum and Goldsborough Creeks, Stump Lake, Stillwater River and other locations. Throughout the area, you’ll see lush trees and ferns, sparkling water, soaring birds of prey, shy deer and grouse, a broad range of unforgettable scenes. Whether hunting or fishing, taking a walk or a drive, camping or picnicking, your Recreational Access Permit affords a unique and exclusive experience.
Motorized permits for individuals or families cost $250; non-motorized family permits are $125 and non-motorized individual permits are $75. Permits are good from September 1, 2014 – August 31, 2015.
For more details and to answer many detailed questions, please see our "Frequently Asked Questions" page.
REWARD available for information about criminal activity on Green Diamond land. Learn more about the program under the "REWARDS PROGRAM" information on the FAQ page.
- Apply For New Permit
- Prorated pricing available here if you purchased your permit between December 2013 and August 2014. (Note: All permits expire August 31, 2015)
- Return Permit Holder? Apply for additional permit.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Program Rules and Regulations