MADISON, Wisconsin — Wisconsin residents can start buying their 2015 state park stickers and trail passes.
The stickers and passes went on sale Monday at state parks and Department of Natural Resources service centers around the state.
The stickers provide vehicle admission to more than 60 state park, forest and recreational properties across Wisconsin. The DNR picks the design for each year's sticker from submissions from high school students; the 2015 sticker features a design by Poynette High School junior Josie Tollaksen of a butterfly on a purple coneflower.
Stickers cost $25 for state residents. Non-resident stickers cost $35, although the DNR says a printing problem has pushed the first day of non-resident sales to Dec. 12.
Trail passes are $20 for both residents and non-residents.
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