“Parks across Washington will be free and open to the public for three days in June, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announced.
“Two of the free days are June 6 for National Trails Day and June 7 to celebrate the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Free Fishing Weekend, according to the news release. The other date is June 13 in recognition of National Get Outdoors Day.
“During these free days, visitors can use parks during day hours without buying a Discover Pass. Normally, the pass costs $10 for a one-day pass or $30 for a yearly pass. Passes will still be required on lands managed by the Washington Department of Natural Resources,” by Mack Ervin III, The Olympian. Read more