Kopachuck State Park

Snug in the curve of Carr Inlet a half-hour from Tacoma, Kopachuck State Park is an easy jaunt from South Puget Sound and the Kitsap Peninsula.

Though summer is more than halfway over, there’s still plenty more recreating to be had with the remaining Washington State Parks “free days.” 

The Parks’ “free days” are days when the public can visit any state park without having to purchase a pass or Discover Pass. Though they are subject to change, the remaining dates for State Parks “free days” in 2020 are as followed: 

• Aug. 25 — National Park Service 104th Birthday

• Sept. 13 — Make-up Spring Day and Girls Scouts Love State Parks Weekend

• Sept. 26 — National Public Lands Day

• Oct. 10 — World Mental Health Day 

• Nov. 11 — Veterans Day 

• Nov. 27 — Autumn Day 

“Free days” only apply to day-use facilities, and do not apply to overnight stays or rental facilities, according to State Parks. 

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