ISSAQUAH, Wash. — Washington State Parks has announced that Saturday, March 30, is a “free day” when visitors are not required to display the Discover Pass to visit a state park, reports the Issaquah Press.
The March 30 free day commemorates the State Parks’ 100th birthday month. The state park system was established March 19, 1913, when the Washington State Legislature established the State Board of Park Commissioners, writes the Issaquah Press. Washington State Parks invites the public to celebrate the Centennial of the state park system all year.
The State Parks and Recreation Commission selected most of its 2013 “free days” in conjunction with the National Park Service’s free days.
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