May 5, more than a 100 Washington State Parks reopened with restrictions for the first time in over six weeks.
We spoke with Anna Gill, Communications Director for the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, to find out everything you need to know before visiting your local state park. Listen to our interview:
Paradise Point and Battle Ground Lake are among the parks reopened for day use, while areas in the Columbia River Gorge and along the coast will remain closed until further notice.
State parks are open for day use only, and visitors can expect facilities such as campgrounds, visitor centers, and even some restrooms to be closed. More information can be found on the Washington State Parks website.
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