June has 3 free days at Washington state parks. Where should you go?
From The Seattle Times:
“The month of June has three “state parks free days,” more than any other month. On June 11 for National Get Outdoors Day, June 12 for Free Fishing Day and June 19 for Juneteenth, you can access all Washington state parks without paying an entry fee.”
“When it’s not a free day, visiting a state park costs $10 for a one-day pass. But yearlong access is a good deal: The annual Discover Pass is just $30. Passes can be purchased online at store.discoverpass.wa.gov, over the phone at 866-320-9933, in-person at 80 retailers across the state (REI is a reliable choice) and from automated pay stations at all of the parks below except for Sequim Bay.”
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