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Olympic National Park Fee Free Days Washington State Travel Blog
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Every year, Washington State Parks offer days that you can visit state parks without having a Discover Pass or paying a day fee. Please note that it’s only for day use. A Discover Pass is still required to access lands managed by the Department of Natural Resources or the Department of Fish and Wildlife, and that it does not apply to National Parks. However, you can get into Olympic National Park free on these days.

So, no excuse, get out there and experience the outdoors!

 

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