Ready to hit the great outdoors? Fall is one of the best times to enjoy all of the PNW’s beautiful nature. With plenty of fall destinations around the state, you have no shortage of exploring. Especially because you can visit state parks for free twice in November.

On November 11th and 25th, you can visit Washington State Parks for free. The free days are celebrating Veterans Day on the 11th and Native American Heritage Day on the 25th.

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Free state park days are a great way to get out and visit parks to see if you’d like to do a longer stay in the future. After all, there’s a lot that you can learn from a place in just a day and Washington has so many amazing parks that you should try to take advantage of as many of these free days as you can.

Keep in mind, free days are for day use only and do not extend to camping or overnight stays. If you’d like to learn more about Washington State Parks Free Days you can click visit the park’s website.