The best things in life don’t require a Discover Pass.
And on certain days in 2022, visitors won’t need one to visit Washington State Parks or recreation lands managed by the Washington Department of Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Normally, access to these areas would require visitors to pay fees of $30 to $35 annually or $10 to $11.50 for day-use passes.
Free days do not apply to Sno-Parks. From November to April, Sno-Park visitors need a Sno-Park permit, which can be purchased at parks.state.was.us/winter.
New this year, Billy Frank Jr.’s birthday, Juneteenth and World Mental Health Day will replace the previously recognized springtime day (first Saturday in April), National Trails Day (first Saturday in June) and National Park Service birthday (Aug. 25). In addition, Friday, Nov. 25, will be formally recognized as Native American Heritage Day.
On Jan. 1, state parks interpretive specialists will hold a free tour of Lewis and Clark State Park. To attend, park across Jackson Highway and walk up to the cabin past the entrance.
2022 Discover Pass free days are:
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