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Get out! No Discover Pass needed Saturday

Washington's Discover Pass -- $30 a year or $10 a day -- debuts in July 2011 as a requirement for vehicles parking in state parks and most other state DNR and Fish and Wildlife lands and facilities.
Washington's Discover Pass -- $30 a year or $10 a day -- debuts in July 2011 as a requirement for vehicles parking in state parks and most other state DNR and Fish and Wildlife lands and facilities.

No Discover Pass is needed on Washington State Park lands Saturday. The free day is in honor of the National Park Services’ 102nd birthday.

Local areas that normally require a discover pass include Mount Spokane and Riverside State Park.

The remaining free park days are Sept. 22, Nov. 11 and Nov. 23.

The Discover Pass costs $30 per year or $10 a day.


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