Thanks for the link but it goes to a “404: page not found”. Pack up the family and take them on a hike at your favorite park on either Oct. 10, Nov. 11 or Nov. 27. This one may work: https://www.cob.org/news/Pages/features/City-Closes-Playgrounds-Sports-Fields-Bike-Parks-and-Skate-Park.aspx. Let’s stop calling the president “our Commander in Chief.”. The Civilian Conservation Corps-built cabin will be open until noon for refreshments and viewing of displays. Having been in this region since I was a child, I knew people over the years who remembered and told me about the excitement of this great amusement park. What I emphatically don’t support are calls to “Close the Bellingham Parks… NOW!”. The event allows families to get out and experience the diverse natural resources and recreation opportunities found in state parks.State Parks rangers and volunteers will be on hand to guide participants through a diverse and dramatic range of landscapes and historic features, including coastal beaches, islands, waterfalls, lowland forests, historic military batteries, geological points of interest and more. Discussion will focus on forest and lake ecology. OLYMPIA  -- Dec. 16, 2016 -- The public is invited to ring in the new year with “First Day Hikes,” offered on Jan. 1, in any of 32 state parks all across Washington. Box 42650Olympia, WA 98504-2650, Washington Telecommunications Relay Service: (800) 833-6388parks.state.wa.us, 16-076 Commit to stay fit in 2017 with healthy hikes at Rockport State Park, 16-074 Commission will consider Saint Edward Seminary lease at special meeting Jan. 5, WASHINGTON STATE PARKS AND PARK OFFICE STATUSES, www.naspd.org/initiatives-special-programs/first-day-hikes/. (Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/AvgYpJSmjAN2) Deception Pass State Park, Oak Harbor: Take a moderate 2.5-mile hike along the Goose Rock Trail to the top of the peak and back. Hikes on the easier Sauk Spring Trail start at 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m. An afternoon hike on the more moderate Evergreen Trail happens at 2 p.m. Meet for either hike at the Discovery Center, near the park office. Douglas, MA. See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Parks in Bellingham, WA. If you think that being in the park presents a risk for you, then don’t go there. Currently, all 50 state park systems participate in the effort . State Parks Boating Program urges stand up paddleboarders to wear life jacket, leash, Winter Recreation Program seeks new members for advisory committees, State Parks announces 2018 volunteer awards, State Parks considering Kenmore proposal to improve ballfield at Saint Edward, New pumpout facility serves recreational boaters in the San Juan Islands, Lake Sammamish State Park hosts Indian Independence Day Celebration, Celebrate Cambodian culture at Saltwater State Park, Boat launch at Sequim Bay State Park closed until late fall, Peace Arch concert series celebrates traditional music from diverse cultures, State Parks’ safety vessel, mascot, staff will join Seattle's Torchlight Parade, State Boating Program’s annual campaign focuses on safety for paddlers, Public invited to learn more about plans to improve Schafer State Park, Cascade Foothills Area state parks host free family-friendly programs this summer, Parks Commission meets next week in Bremerton, Inaugural ‘Sundae Sermon’ concert comes to Lake Sammamish State Park, ‘Operation Dry Water’ targets boating under the influence July 5-7, Battle Ground Lake State Park announces Saturday summer evening programs, State Parks’ McConkey receives top award from international snowmobile association, State Parks considering updates to Lake Sammamish master plan, Enjoy traditional music all summer long at Deception Pass State Park, State Parks reopens ‘trailside museum’ at Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park, State Parks sets final public planning meeting for Wallace Falls, The Whale Trail and State Parks host inaugural ‘Orca Day’, State Parks hosts public meeting on Twin Harbors campground relocation, Parks staff will present recommendations for improvements to Fort Worden marine area, Deception Pass State Park sets lineup of summer events, Central Washington state parks host activities all summer long, State Parks announces 2019 Waikiki Beach summer concert series, Washington State Parks named finalist for 2019 National Gold Medal Awards in Parks and Recreation, Long-term planning begins for two state parks in North Central Washington, Experience the history of the fur trade years at Riverside State Park, Canoe Families host 14th annual celebration at Deception Pass State Park, Kick up your heels and dance at Cama Beach this summer, Beacon Rock State Park planners seek public input on new entrance design, Canoe Families host fifth annual celebration at Millersylvania State Park, State Parks’ offers full summer season of Folk and Traditional Arts concerts, State Parks Boating Program promotes National Safe Boating Week May 18 through 24, Parks Commission regular meeting May 16, in Klickitat, Mount St. Helens area state parks host spring, summer programs, State Parks, trail partners join Rails-to-Trails Conservancy to commemorate cross-country trail, State Parks Boating Program encourages cold-water safety, Mount Spokane State Park to take action against destructive bark beetles, State Parks partners with healthcare providers to prescribe nature, State Parks hosts public meeting on Fort Worden Marine Area, Camano Island State Park camping reservations now available online, State Parks announces two free days in April, Potlatch State Park announces lineup of spring, summer and fall programs for all ages, Parks Commission to review planning, program policies at regular meeting next week, Central Washington state parks schedule spring program lineup, Annual ‘Spring Aboard’ campaign reminds boaters to get educated, Holi celebration returns to Lake Sammamish State Park, Public invited to help improve trails at Larrabee State Park, Public invited to open house at Cornet Bay Retreat Center, Public invited to learn more about plans for Schafer State Park, Washington State Parks overhauls reservation system, State Parks proposes new bridge crossing to improve safety on Willapa Hills Trail, Parks Commission meets next week in Tacoma, Winter programs return to Rockport State Park, State Parks reservations system temporarily out of service Jan. 8 to 15, Take a guided snowshoe hike this winter at Lake Wenatchee State Park, Start off the new year with a First Day Hike at a Washington state park, State Parks announces special winter hours for Ginkgo Petrified Forest interpretive center, Daniels Real Estate transfers woodland property to expand Saint Edward State Park, Guided snowshoe hikes offered at Lake Easton State Park, State Parks Commission annual planning meeting scheduled at Cama Beach next week, New campground, other capital projects planned for Schafer State Park, Help improve safety on Willapa Hills Trail, State Parks welcomes Rob Sendak as new Boating Program manager, State Parks Commission regular meeting in Auburn next week, State Parks announces final free days for 2018, Generous land donation increases the size of Lake Sammamish State Park, Public invited to help plan for recreation at three southeast Washington state parks, Educators invited to apply for scholarship to Deception Pass State Park, State Park director inducted into prestigious parks academy, Zombies come to life at Riverside State Park, State Parks releases interactive online ADA recreation map, State’s Boating Program encourages hunters to boat safely, State Parks Commission considers adding Westport Light to potential ‘next new park’ list, History comes alive at Sacajawea State Park, Law enforcement training takes to the water Sept. 24-27, Visit a Washington state park for free Sept. 22, Celebrate autumn at Lake Sylvia State Park, State Parks seeks volunteers to serve on one of two winter recreation committees, Celebrate Micronesian cultures at Saltwater State Park Aug. 25, Public invited to celebrate Cambodian culture at Saltwater State Park Aug. 11, 18-048 Peace Arch concert series celebrates traditional music from diverse cultures, 18-047 State Parks Boating Program launches Paddle Safe Week, July 20 to 28, 18-046 Fort Casey celebrates 50th anniversary of ‘Big Guns’ arrival, 18-045 State Parks Commission will consider 2019-21 budget requests, 18-044 Public invited to learn more about long-term planning for Wallace Falls State Park, 18-043 Operation Dry Water: Emphasis patrols target boating under the influence June 29 to July 1, 18-042 Be ‘beach-friendly’ this Fourth of July, 18-040 Enjoy folk, traditional music concerts at Deception Pass State Park in July, 18-041 Bring the whole family for dancing and music at Cama Beach this summer, 18-039 Final stop on Chautauqua-State Parks summer tour comes to Whatcom County, 18-038 Learning and fun are on tap this summer at state parks in east King, Snohomish counties, 18-037 Chautauqua tour brings mirth and merriment to Pearrygin Lake and nearby communities, 18-036 Washington State Parks publishes first guide book, 18-035 State Parks announces 2018 Waikiki Beach summer concert series, 18-034 Commission chooses brand new name for Iron Horse Trail, 18-033 Chautauqua tour comes to Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park and nearby communities, 18-032 New Old Time Chautauqua, State Parks to host community-focused summer events, 18-031 Celebrate the 120th anniversary of North Head Lighthouse, 18-030 State Parks announces three free days in June, 18-029 Central Cascades Area state parks offer a lineup of summer programs for the whole family, 18-028 State Parks Commission will consider re-naming Iron Horse cross-state trail, 18-027 Canoe Families host fourth annual celebration at Millersylvania State Park, 18-026 Canoe Families host 13th annual celebration at Deception Pass State Park, 18-025 National Safe Boating Week comes ashore May 19 through 25, 18-024 Mount St. Helens Visitor Center gears up for spring, summer events, 18-023 Summer construction at Sequim Bay State Park will affect recreational crabbers, boaters, 18-022 Public invited to comment on possible name change for cross-state trail, 18-021 State Parks to apply for grant funding to improve section of Willapa Hills Trail, 18-020 Washington state parks in Columbia Gorge brace for crowds, 18-019 Sacajawea State Park announces changes to Interpretive Center days of operation, 18-018 State Parks begins work soon on Goldendale Observatory upgrades, 18-017 State Parks announces two free days in April, 18-016 Parks Commission meets in Monroe next week, 18-015 Public invited to help update recreation plan for Lake Sammamish State Park, 18-014 Public invited to participate in ongoing long-term planning for Wallace Falls State Park, 18-013 Visit state parks for free on March 19, 18-012 State Parks hires park aides statewide for summer 2018 season, 18-011 Welcome spring with colorful Holi celebration at Lake Sammamish State Park, 18-010 Annual ‘Spring Aboard’ campaign reminds boaters to get educated, 18-009 Cama Beach Historical State Park welcomes ballroom dance group in March, 18-008 Public invited to help plan for recreation and other land uses at Steptoe state parks, 18-007 State Parks, WDFW change shellfish season dates at Kopachuck State Park, 18-006 Boating Program seeks experienced boater to serve on advisory council, 18-005 Public invited to help plan for the future of recreation at Riverside State Park, 18-004 Gov. The park’s 2.1 miles (3.4 kilometers) of shoreline offer beaches, sea life sightings, and views of Mt. Most state parks have re-opened for day use following the coronavirus pandemic, but some parks remain closed. This is a first person account of his experiences and recommendations. First Day Hikers also are encouraged to share their stories on the blog.Information about this and other events in parks are listed on State Parks’ online calendar at: http://parks.state.wa.us/Calendar Asotin CountyFields Spring State Park: A moderate 2-mile roundtrip snowshoe hike, with an optional climb to some additional views. "We biked the InterUrban trail to town for lunch and then biked up to Fragrance Lake , awesome trails up there." Meet at 1:30 p.m. by the Battery in the Gun Battery parking area. The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission employs approximately 500 full-time workers and 350 non-permanent workers in locations across the state. Meet at 10 a.m. at the Lake Chelan State Park office. This easy-to-moderate hike can be a 2- or 4-mile round trip. Now! (Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/dBNJVqAs9wK2) Grant CountySun Lakes - Dry Falls, near Coulee City: The day’s activities will depend on weather conditions and participants’ preference. We will provide short updates to the article “Cougar Trapping … Maybe,” to keep you informed of the cougar’s status. That is working well, too. I don’t think so. Step Outside has the best places for hiking, camping, motorsports, water sports, where to hunt and shoot and much more! Parks State Parks (1) Website (360) 371-2800. Here’s one example of their hypocrisy. The novel coronavirus infects the US president and he responds, after a weekend visit to Walter Reed Military Hospital, with wild mood swings and reckless policy pronouncements. It closed in 1919. Park maps and directions are here: http://parks.state.wa.us/549/Mount-Spokane Mount Spokane State Park Snowshoe — Beginners: Join members of the Snowshoe Mount Spokane group for an easy 3-mile roundtrip trek, which includes a stop at the Snowshoe Warming Hut. The parking lot is near the Park's office. First Day Hikes at Washington state parks are scheduled as follows and listed by county. Closed areas of South Bay Trail at north end of Boulevard Park in Bellingham Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. (Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/nFdQ3emzUa62) Thurston CountyTolmie State Park, Olympia: This moderate 3-mile walk will take hikers around the outer edge of the park on the Four Cedar nature trail. Meet at 1:30 p.m., at the kiosk display between the main parking lot and Battery Worth. Meet at 10 a.m. at the Sno-Park parking lot, where the main road meets the Summit Road.Mount Spokane State Park – Nordic: Join the Spokane Nordic Ski Association for this moderate, 2-mile cross-country ski trip on the Valley View, Sam’s Swoop and Lodge pole trails. Berry Alert Biringer Farm Closed for the season, August 2nd at 4pm, 2020. Diamond Hill Trail. Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department closed the area after recent damage from high tides. People should be encouraged to use open spaces rather than narrow trails for recreation in the parks. Bellingham’s homeless have no place to go. (Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/ACTL7Yv1Pfo) Franklin CountyColumbia Plateau Trail State Park, Pasco: A moderate 2-hour round-trip bicycle ride to the portion of the trail between Ice Harbor Dam Trailhead and the Snake River Junction Trailhead. Inslee appoints two new members to State Parks and Recreation Commission, 18-003 More state parks added to central reservation system, 18-002 Commission considers potential 2019-21 grant projects at regular meeting next week, 18-001 ‘Great Balls of Fire’ returns to Cama Beach, Camano Island state parks, 17-082 First two State Parks free days of 2018 coming up in January, 17-081 Healthy Hikes return to Rockport State Park in 2018, 17-080 Start the new year off right with a First Day Hike, 17-078 State Parks Commission sets special meeting for 2018 work planning, 17-076 Rockport State Park hosts guided hikes, Junior Ranger activities through the winter, 17-075 State Parks considering long-term boundary revisions for two Orcas Island parks, 17-074 Commission will set guiding principles for Parks’ long-term capital plan, 17-073 State’s Boating Program encourages hunters to boat safely, 17-072 State Parks offers two final free days for 2017 in November, 17-071 Public invited to participate in long-term planning for Wallace Falls State Park, 17-070 It’s snow time: Sno-Park permits go on sale Nov. 1, 17-069 State Parks announces changes to schedule for winter, 17-068 Get in the Halloween spirit at Fort Casey’s Haunted Fort, 17-067 Zombies invade Riverside State Park Oct. 21, 17-066 State Parks announces free day dates for 2018, 17-065 State Parks hosts Jackson House dedication ceremony, 17-064 Celebrate National Public Lands Day for free at Washington’s state parks, 17-063 State Parks Director Don Hoch receives national distinguished service award, 17-062 State Parks Commission meets in Spokane area next week, 17-061 Heritage Days brings living history to Sacajawea Historical State Park, 17-060 Explore state parks on two wheels for Bike Your Park Day, 17-059 State Parks Boating Program hosts marine law enforcement training in Tacoma, 17-058 Celebrating Cultures Concert features Washington State traditional artists, 17-057 Lake Sylvia State Park, FOSLS host annual Fall Festival, 17-056 Local volunteers needed in global effort to clean up beaches, 17-055 Public invited to learn about the relocation of Mount Spokane’s maintenance compound, 17-054 Next State Parks ‘free day’ is Friday, Aug. 25, 17-053 State Parks seeks partners to help provide visitor amenities, services, 17-052 Washington State Parks seeks new members for Snowmobile Advisory Committee, 17-051 State Parks urges extra caution during heat wave, 17-050 State Parks launches campaign with pro football’s Luke Willson, 17-049 Boating Program leads statewide effort to increase paddlesports safety, rules awareness, 17-048 Celebrate Cambodian culture at Saltwater State Park, 17-047 Enjoy diverse traditional music styles at the International Concert Series, 17-046 Commission regular meeting scheduled in Walla Walla next week, 17-045 Step back in time with live music, dancing at Cama Beach Historical State Park this summer, 17-044 Be 'beach-friendly' on Fourth of July, 17-043 Summer programs at Lake Sammamish State Park invite you to learn and play, 17-042 Celebrate the state’s shellfish heritage at Camano Island State Park, 17-041 Deception Pass State Park hosts 12th season of American Roots concerts, 17-040 Go climb a tree at Deception Pass State Park, 17-038 Celebrate National Get Outdoors Day at Lake Sammamish State Park with ‘GO EXPO’, 17-037 Canoe Families host third annual celebration at Millersylvania State Park, 17-036 State Parks announces 2017 Waikiki Beach summer concerts, 17-035 Celebrate the 119th anniversary of North Head Lighthouse, 17-034 Volunteers needed to help clear trails for Monte Trails Appreciation Day, 17-033 Canoe Families host 12th annual celebration at Deception Pass State Park, 17-032 Volunteer environmental docents needed for Lake Sammamish State Park, 17-031 Lake Wenatchee summer programs offer fun and learning, 17-030 Fodor’s honors Lime Kiln Point nationally as a top 10 state park, 17-029 Celebrate the Sunset Beach renovation at Lake Sammamish State Park, 17-028 State Parks, WDFW, partners will conduct summer BUI emphasis patrols, 17-027 State Parks’ Central Cascades Area offers great lineup of summer programs, 17-026 Public invited to help craft long-term plan for Riverside State Park-Lake Spokane area, 17-025 State Parks and Recreation Commission meets in Leavenworth, 17-024 Programs at Mount St. Helens Visitor Center offer activities for all ages, interests, 17-023 State Parks joins forces with Zipcar to promote parks and a fun way to get there, 17-022 Dosewallips unveils 2017 interpretive programs, 17-021 State Parks works to reduce wildfire risk along Long Beach Peninsula, 17-020 Public invited to event recognizing Larrabee as Washington’s first state park, 17-019 State Parks Boating Program hosts marine law enforcement training in Tacoma, 17-018 Penrose Point State Park hosts ShellFest 2017, 17-017 Rockport State Park hosts guest speaker Kevin Zobrist, forestry professor and author, 17-016 Celebrate Earth Day at state parks, 17-015 State Parks announces two free days in April, 17-014 Winter recreation continues, but Sno-Parks are reducing services, 17-013 State Parks begins long-term planning for three state parks in Southeast Washington, 17-012 National ‘Spring Aboard’ campaign reminds boaters to get educated, 17-011 CANCELLED: Volunteer environmental docents needed for Lake Sammamish State Park, 17-010 Welcome spring with colorful Holi Celebration at Lake Sammamish State Park, 17-009 Visit state parks for free on March 19, 17-008 State Parks hires park aides statewide for summer 2017 season, 17-007 Long-term planning begins for Steptoe Butte and Steptoe Battlefield State Parks, 17-006 State Parks announces 2016 volunteer awards, 17-005 CANCELED Rockport State Park to host guest speaker Kevin Zobrist, 17-004 Parks staff to present recommendations for South Whidbey park properties, 17-003 Parks Commission meets in Olympia next week, 17-002 Commission approves lease agreement to save Saint Edward Seminary building, 17-001 Next State Parks free days are Jan. 15, 16, 16-077 Commission schedules second meeting to decide future of Saint Edward Seminary, 16-073 State Parks Commission sets special meeting for work planning, 16-072 Rockport State Park hosts guided walks, activities throughout winter, 16-071 FOSLS, Schafer State Park host annual Yule Log Hunt Dec. 11, 16-070 Lake Sammamish State Park rings in the holidays with bonfire, lighted boat parade, 16-069 2017 State Parks calendar makes a great gift for the holidays & all year long, 16-067 Parks Commission meets in Yakima next week, 16-066 State Parks announces changes to schedule for winter, 16-065 Sno-Park permits go on sale Nov. 1, 16-064 State Parks announces free day dates for 2017, 16-063 State Parks final free day of 2016 is Nov. 11, 16-062 Zombies return to the woods of Riverside State Park, 16-061 Changes coming to camping reservations for Fort Worden Historical State Park, 16-060 Public invited to celebrate new playground at Lake Sammamish State Park, 16-059 Road to Mount Spokane reopens Oct. 3, 16-058 Regular Commission meeting scheduled for Sept. 22 in Sequim, 16-057 Next State Parks free day is Sept. 24, 16-056 Experience living history at Sacajawea Heritage Days Sept. 23-24, 16-055 Campfires now allowed at most state parks in Western Washington, 16-054 State Parks, FOSLS to host annual Fall Festival, 16-053 Public invited to review recommendations for Saint Edward Seminary building, 16-052 Campfires prohibited in all state parks, 16-051 State Parks seeks public comment on new directions for Westhaven/Westport Light state parks, 16-050 Saltwater State Park hosts annual Cambodian Cultural Celebration, 16-049 State Parks announces ‘free day’ for Aug. 25, 16-048 Celebrate the extension of the Spokane River Centennial Trail, 16-047 Celebrate National Lighthouse Day at Admiralty Head, 16-046 State Parks Commission adopts cross-state trail resolution, approves plan for Iron Horse, 16-045 International Concert Series brings diverse music, culture to Peace Arch State Park, 16-044 State Parks Commission regular meeting set for July 21 in Clarkston, 16-043 Forest Music Festival comes to South Whidbey State Park, 16-042 Celebrate ShellFest 2016 at Twanoh State Park, 16-041 New Old Time Chautauqua coming to Southeastern Washington, 16-040 ‘Celebrating Cultures’ returns to Pearrygin Lake State Park, 16-039 Family dance events in July and August at Cama Beach Historical State Park, 16-038 Sunset Beach at Lake Sammamish State Park closed this summer for improvements, 16-037 State Parks closes Mount Spokane Road for major reconstruction, 16-036 Large telescope at Goldendale Observatory offline for service this summer, 16-035 Celebrate Southeast Asian culture at Saltwater State Park, 16-034 American Roots Music Series celebrates 10th season at Deception Pass State Park, 16-033 State Parks celebrates completion of bridges on Willapa Hills State Park Trail, 16-032 Long Beach Peninsula community, local and state governments collaborate on Beach-Friendly 4th, 16-031 State Parks offers full summer season of Folk & Traditional Arts concerts, 16-030 New Old Time Chautauqua, State Parks team up to host summer events, 16-029 State Parks announces 2016 Waikiki Beach Summer Concerts series, 16-028 State Parks GeoTour to end this summer, 16-027 Summer programs at Mount St. Helens Visitor Center offer activities for all ages, interests, 16-026 State Parks offers two ‘free’ days in June, 16-025 Celebrate State Parks ShellFest 2016 at Westport Light State Park, 16-024 Canoe Families host 11th annual celebration at Deception Pass State Park, 16-023 Asahel Curtis historical photos on exhibit at Mount St. Helens Visitor Center, 16-022 State Parks Commission regular meeting set May 19 in Moses Lake, 16-020 Millersylvania State Park hosts Canoe Families celebration, 16-019 Puget SoundCorps crew helps to restore forest health at Dash Point State Park, 16-018 State Parks and Washington Water Trails Association to co-host paddlesports summit May 5, 16-017 State Parks to host second round of public planning meetings for John Wayne Pioneer Trail, 16-016 Open house to showcase new deluxe cabins, improvements at Lincoln Rock State Park, 16-014 Celebrate Earth Day at state parks, 16-013 State Parks to host Q&A about recreation planning for South Whidbey state parks, 16-012 Public workshop will focus on potential recreation business activities in state parks, 16-011 State Parks offers ‘free day’ on Earth Day, April 22, 16-010 State Parks Commission regular meeting scheduled in Tumwater March 31, 16-009 Public workshops will focus on potential recreation business activities in state parks, 16-008 Celebrate Festival of Colors at Lake Sammamish State Park, 16-007 Visit state parks for a ‘free day’ March 19, 16-006 State Parks to host public planning meetings for John Wayne Pioneer Trail, 16-005 Rangers, guests to lead ‘Healthy Hikes’ at Rockport State Park, 16-004 State Parks to hold public hearing about proposed land exchange at Saint Edward State Park, 16-003 State Parks Commission regular meeting scheduled in Lynnwood Jan. 28, 16-002 Cama Beach, Camano Island state parks to host geocaching events in February, 16-001 Next State Parks ‘free days’ are Jan. 17, 18, 15-082 State Parks to host second public planning meeting for South Whidbey State Park, 15-081 Celebrate New Year’s Day 2016 with a State Parks First Day Hike, 15-080 Folk and Traditional Arts in the Parks Program receives NEA ‘Art Works’ grant, 15-079 Pearrygin Lake State Park is newest Sno-Park for winter recreation, 15-078 ‘Deep Forest Experience’ returns to Rockport State Park this winter, 15-077 State Parks Commission sets special meeting for work planning, 15-076 2016 State Parks calendar makes a great gift for the holidays, 15-075 State Parks Commission to meet in Stevenson next week, 15-074 Shoreline restoration project at Deception Pass State Park will improve habitat, 15-073 State Parks offers 12 ‘free days’ to visitors in 2016, 15-072 Family dance returns to Cama Beach State Park, 15-071 Public invited to participate in long-term planning for South Whidbey State Park, 15-070 State Parks, Chelan County Sheriff's Office offer free snowmobile safety classes for youth, 15-069 Parks Commission extends deadline for Saint Edward Seminary proposals, 19-067 Celebrate Heritage Days at Sacajawea Historical State Park, 15-067 State Parks announces ‘free day’ for Sept. 26, 15-066 State Parks Boating Program hosts training for marine law enforcement officers in Tacoma, 15-065 Campfires allowed at Western Washington state parks beginning Sept. 5, 15-064 Ring in autumn at Lake Sylvia Fall Festival, Sept. 19, 15-063 Olmstead Place, Kittitas club host the 33rd annual Threshing Bee, 15-062 State Parks Commission to meet in Spokane Valley next week, 15-061 State Parks, History Museum present ‘A New Deal for Washington’s State Parks’, 15-060 Boat ramp at Fort Worden Historical State Park closed until further notice, 15-059 State Parks invites public on tour of South Whidbey Island State Park, 15-058 State Parks cancels cultural celebration at Pearrygin Lake State Park, 15-057 State Parks seeks applicants for snowmobile and non-motorized winter recreation committees, 15-056 Public invited to learn about a new proposal for Saint Edward Seminary, 15-055 ‘Celebrating Cultures’ Returns to Pearrygin Lake State Park, 15-054 Washington State Parks announces ‘free day’ for Aug. 25, 15-053 Learn to photograph wildlife at Lake Sammamish State Park, 15-052 Celebrate Cambodian heritage and culture at Saltwater State Park, 15-051 Celebrate National Lighthouse Day at Fort Casey Historical State Park, 15-050 History Museum exhibit features rare photos of state parks, 15-049 International Concert Series returns to Peace Arch State Park, 15-048 State Parks Commission to meet in Poulsbo next week, 15-047 Junior Ranger Program gets children close to nature at Lake Sammamish State Park, 15-046 Boat launch to be replaced at Joemma Beach State Park this summer, 15-045 Public invited to learn about forest thinning plan for Seaquest State Park, 15-044 Celebrate Southeast Asian culture at Saltwater State Park, 15-043 Public invited to celebrate opening of Rocky Reach Trail at Lincoln Rock State Park, 15-042 Celebrate ShellFest 2015 at Twanoh State Park, 15-041 Campfires prohibited in all state parks, 15-040 Open house celebrates new Sunset Beach Bathhouse at Lake Sammamish State Park, 15-038 Family dance events scheduled for July at Cama Beach State Park, 15-037 American Roots Music Series marks ninth season at Deception Pass State Park, 15-036 Commission will consider sale of upland property on Squaxin Island to Tribe, 15-035 Celebrate National Get Outdoors Month Adventure Awaits Expo on State Capitol Campus, 15-034 Commission announces public workshop to discuss recreation management at Riverside State Park, 15-033 State Parks and SUBWAY® restaurants launch, 15-032 Experience the history of the fur trade years at Riverside State Park, 15-031 Millersylvania State Park hosts Canoe Families’ celebration, 15-030 State Parks invites youth to annual Bike Rodeo at Pearrygin Lake, 15-029 State Parks seeks public input on management plan update for Beacon Rock State Park, 15-028 Canoe Families host 10th annual celebration at Deception Pass State Park, 15-027 Public invited to celebrate the 117th anniversary and reopening of North Head Lighthouse, 15-026 State Parks announces Waikiki Beach Summer Concerts series, 15-025 Public invited to celebrate June 5 reopening of Lyons Ferry State Park, 15-024 State Parks announces Camano Island State Park summer amphitheater program, 15-023 State Parks announces summer season for Folk & Traditional Arts concerts, 15-022 South Whidbey Island State Park campground closed for 2015 season, 15-021 Public invited to open house for interim trail plan at Miller Peninsula property, 15-020 State Parks Commission regular meeting in Cle Elum next week, 15-019 State Parks offers three 'free' days in late spring, 15-018 A new way to stay at Moran State Park: Glamping, 15-017 Celebrate natural history at Columbia Hills Trail Daze event, 15-016 Celebrate Earth Day with a Wildflower Walk at Mount St. Helens Visitor Center, 15-015 Lake Sammamish State Park hosts nature tour by kayak, April 12, 15-014 State Parks offers two ‘free days’ in April, 15-013 Parks Commission considers guidelines for recreation business activities, enterprise lands, 15-012 Olmstead Place State Park hosts Plowing Bee, 15-010 Westhaven State Park closed for paving March 23 through April 17, 15-009 Visit state parks for a ‘free day’ March 19, 15-008 State Parks seeks whitewater representative to serve on Boating Program Advisory Council, 15-007 State Boating program acquires boat for public education, law enforcement training, 15-006 State Parks Commission regular meeting in Tumwater next week, 15-005 State Parks, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sign lease at Lyons Ferry, 15-004 State Parks schedules second public planning meeting for Fudge Point property, 15-003 Next State Parks 'free days' are Jan. 18-19, 15-002 Commission considering rule change to allow wind-powered vehicles on ocean beaches, 15-001 Commission special meeting next week to discuss 2015-17 budget, 14-080 Celebrate peace at Peace Arch State Park Dec. 24, 14-079 State Parks offers 12 'free days' to visitors in 2015, 14-078 Celebrate New Year's Day with a State Parks First Day Hike, 14-077 Commission seeks comment on draft policy to allow motorized agricultural use of trails, 14-076 Special meeting set for State Parks Commission work planning, 14-075 Celebrate a Winter Wonderland at Riverside State Park, 14-074 State Parks invites people to go 'deep' into Rockport State Park, 14-073 State Parks Commission considers Mount Spokane land use classifications, ski area expansion, 14-072 Commission sets public meeting for interim trail plan at Miller Peninsula property, 14-071 State Parks announces new moorage rates for 2015, 14-070 State Parks offers ‘free day’ Nov. 11, 14-069 Free snowmobile safety course offered to youth age 12 to 16, 14-068 State Parks kicks off public planning process for Fudge Point on Harstine Island, 14-067 Celebrate the grand opening of the new Evergreen Sno-Park, Nov. 1, 14-066 State Parks Commission announces public meeting on potential Mount Spokane ski area expansion, 14-065 State Parks announces changes to schedule for winter, 14-064 Zombie Hike returns to Riverside State Park Oct. 25, 14-063 Live music and family square dances coming to Cama Beach State Park in October, 14-062 Free snowmobile safety course offered to youth age 12 to 16, 14-061 State Parks Commission regular meeting - Sept. 18, 2014, 14-060 Washington State Parks announces ‘free day’ for Sept. 27, 14-059 Riverside State Park hosts open house for new equestrian arena, Sept. 27, 14-058 Volunteers needed for International Coastal Cleanup Sept. 20, 14-057 Olmstead Place State Park hosts 32nd Annual Threshing Bee and Antique Equipment Show, 14-056 State Parks to host public meeting regarding future of Saint Edward seminary building, 14-055 State Parks seeks public input on two proposals for Mount Spokane, 14-054 State Parks releases next generation of mobile app, new Walk in the Park GeoChallenge, 14-053 Campfire burn ban lifted for western Washington state parks, 14-051 Washington State Parks announces 'free day' for Aug. 25, 14-052 Campfires prohibited in all state parks, 14-050 Cambodian Cultural Celebration returns to Saltwater State Park for seventh year, 14-049 State Parks stresses boating safety through education, 14-048 Pearrygin Lake State Park reopens today, July 31, 14-047 Peace Arch State Park hosts International Concert Series, 14-046 State Parks Commission has regular meeting in Bellingham next week, 14-045 Visiting Washington state recreation lands requires a Discover Pass, 14-044 WA State Parks invites the public to comment on a trail plan proposal for Moran State Park, 14-043 State Parks Boating Program urges boaters to be extra safe this Fourth of July weekend, 14-042 Celebrate Southeast Asian Culture at Saltwater State Park, July 19, 14-041 Washington State Parks presents free 'Celebrating Cultures' event, July 13, 14-026 WA State Parks to share recommendations for Larrabee State Park plan, June 4, Celebrate State Parks ShellFest 2014 at Birch Bay State Park, 14-039 State Parks and partners to host 'Safety on the Water' event at Mayfield Lake, June 28, 14-038 Swinomish Tribe, State Parks celebrate opening of Kukutali Preserve near Deception Pass, American Roots Music Series returns to Deception Pass State Park for 8th Season, 14-036 Celebrate ‘Flood Fest’ at Sun Lakes/Dry Falls State Park, June 28, 14-035 Statewide law enforcement agencies to conduct on-the-water emphasis patrols, 14-034 State Parks and SUBWAY® restaurants launch Walk in the Park, 14-033 Celebrate National Get Outdoors Day Adventure Awaits Expo on State Capitol Campus, 14-032 State, tribe announce partnership at Nisqually State Park, 14-031 Public invited to weigh in on state marine parks use and fees, 14-030 Gov. 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