A view of some Snoqualmie Pass peaks from the John Wayne Trail in Iron Horse State Park on Tuesday morning. Access to state parks will be free for 12 days in 2018, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announced earlier this week.
A view of some Snoqualmie Pass peaks from the John Wayne Trail in Iron Horse State Park on Tuesday morning. Access to state parks will be free for 12 days in 2018, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announced earlier this week. Craig Hill chill@thenewstribune.com
A view of some Snoqualmie Pass peaks from the John Wayne Trail in Iron Horse State Park on Tuesday morning. Access to state parks will be free for 12 days in 2018, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announced earlier this week. Craig Hill chill@thenewstribune.com

Free access dates announced for Washington’s state parks

September 28, 2017 3:30 PM

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