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Monday, June 1, 2020
By Dave Graybill
Today is a great day. State Parks, Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Fish and Wildlife will begin to reopen public lands in 22 counties across Washington State. This is very welcome news for those who enjoy the outdoors and have had to deal with limited access. What little access that has been available has been jammed by the public who are trying to get outdoors, after being “locked up” for so long. It is important that people visit the web sites of these agencies to confirm the location you want to visit is actually open, and there are some other guidelines that need to be followed. An example is a request that you limit you group size to five, unless they are of the same household. These agencies also assure those who had reservations prior to the lockdown will receive full refunds for the days that they lost. More good news is that State Parks will have three free days in the month of June. The first one is Saturday, June 6th, the second is Sunday, June 7th and another on Saturday, June 13th. Please visit the State Parks web site to learn all the details.