- May 10, 2005
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That's not correct at Monadnock Finnski. That may be true for other NH state parks if they don't employ the reservation system. I'm not sure whether the reservation system is universal for all state parks. I questioned several rangers and mgmt at Monadnock as to what I needed to do if I had non pass holders ride in my vehicle. I was given different answers by everyone so I finally utilized the reservation system when two non pass holder hiking friends were going to hike M with me. Since I am a pass holder I made the reservation. I was asked for my pass number, vehicle make and model, color, license plate number and state and perhaps another thing or two. I was asked how many people would be in the car and I said 3. I was not asked for season pass info on the other two. I was charged $1 for the admin fee. Since then I don't make any reservations if non pass holder friends ride up with me. I point to my season pass sticker on my window and give them my pass number and have never had an issue. Again check with other state parks. If they use the reservation system it should be universal and the same policy followed. However, if they don't have a reservation system then individual and family passes my be required.