Celebrate Earth Day at state parks


April 12, 2017

Activities include work parties, guided hikes and interpretive programs

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and numerous partners invite the public to celebrate Earth Day at or near more than a dozen parks around the state. Earth Day, April 22, is also a free day when visitors don’t need a Discover Pass for day-use visits to parks by vehicle.

Earth Day events include work parties to remove invasive plants, guided hikes to learn about native plants and interpretive programs for young people and adults.

The following state parks—listed by county—are hosting Earth Day events: (Unless otherwise noted, events are on Saturday, April 22.)


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