Colorado state parks introduce payment kiosks

Payment kiosks are being installed in Colorado state parks, according to the Journal-Advocate. The kiosks, which take credit cards and print receipts, augment or replace the existing system requiring customers to place their cash in envelopes when staffers are not available to provide park passes. There are currently 15 kiosks in nine parks, with seven more parks to have the kiosks installed this summer.

The kiosks also offer annual state park passes. Customers can take their receipt to a park office to redeem for an annual pass.

Topics: Bill Payment Kiosks, Customer Experience, Government, Outdoor Kiosks, Tourism & Travel, Transactional Kiosks

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