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Enjoy a festival, join a fun run, tour an interpretive site, or just make your own celebration with a family picnic or camping trip. Choose from dozens of activities and events throughout the year. You can submit your state park event via email to get it placed on the calendar. The Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to Washington state parks and state-managed recreation lands. For more information, visit the Discover Pass website.


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Nolte State Park

  1. Black Diamond Triathlons and Half Marathon

    September 13, 7:15 AM - 5:00 PM @ Nolte State Park

    Nolte State Park at the base of the Cascade Foothills offers a beautiful, rural landscape for the last long course triathlon of the Pacific NW season. The courses are rural & beautiful and a great way to swim-bike-run through the last weeks of the summer multisport season.

    During the race spectators can enjoy the beautiful Nolte State Park that has a swimming beach, child's play area (which will be open!) public restrooms, picnic tables, and a great race to watch! Spectators can enjoy a BBQ lunch for a suggested donation of $5 a person - $10 a family. (registered athletes and volunteers eat for free). Lunch will start at about noon.
    **Please remind your friends and family that only athletes are allowed in the transition area.

State Park Free Days

  1. State Parks Free Day

    September 26, All Day @ All Washington state parks.

    In honor of National Public Lands Day, today is a State Parks “free day” and the Discover Pass is not required to visit a state park. Please note, free days apply only to day use (not overnight stays or rented facilities).

    A Discover Pass is still required to access lands managed by the Washington state departments of Natural Resources and Fish & Wildlife.