King County celebrates 100 years of National Parks

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At King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, we are huge fans of National Parks. Washington state has amazing National Parks. Mount Rainier National Park and Olympic National Park are just two of the National Parks in our region you can visit fee free during National Parks’ 100th birthday celebration Aug. 25-28.  Visit the National Parks Finder to get more information about the 15 National Parks located in Washington State.

Aside from being big fans, King County DNRP has a few things in common with the National Parks system.

Celebrate by visiting a National Park fee free Aug. 25-28 and tag your photos #FindYourPark and #NPS100 to commemorate 100 years of service to ensure our natural places and history is preserved.

The Seattle Times did a great feature on ideas for anyone to enjoy Mount Rainier, Olympic and North Cascades national parks.

If you can’t make it to a National Park this weekend, you can also visit one of King County Parks 200 parks, 175 miles of trail, 28,000 acres of open space and unlimited awesome.

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