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Free Day celebrated at Lake Sylvia

By David Haerle | The Vidette The Duncan Family of Elma displays a lunker trout they caught in Lake Sylvia on Saturday, which was “Free Day” in Washington State Parks to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. Normally, a Discovery Pass — $30 annually or $10 per day — is required for entrance into the parks, the there are numerous free days each year. The upcoming free days for the remainder of the year are Aug. 25 (in honor of National Park Service’s birthday), Sept. 27 (National Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day weekend.Buy Photo
By David Haerle | The Vidette The Duncan Family of Elma displays a lunker trout they caught in Lake Sylvia on Saturday, which was “Free Day” in Washington State Parks to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. Normally, a Discovery Pass — $30 annually or $10 per day — is required for entrance into the parks, the there are numerous free days each year. The upcoming free days for the remainder of the year are Aug. 25 (in honor of National Park Service’s birthday), Sept. 27 (National Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day weekend.
By David Haerle | The Vidette The Duncan Family of Elma displays a lunker trout they caught to some passing anglers on Lake Sylvia on Saturday, which was “Free Day” in Washington State Parks to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. Normally, a Discovery Pass — $30 annually or $10 per day — is required for entrance into the parks, the there are numerous free days each year. The upcoming free days for the remainder of the year are Aug. 25 (in honor of National Park Service’s birthday), Sept. 27 (National Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day weekend.Buy Photo
By David Haerle | The Vidette The Duncan Family of Elma displays a lunker trout they caught to some passing anglers on Lake Sylvia on Saturday, which was “Free Day” in Washington State Parks to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. Normally, a Discovery Pass — $30 annually or $10 per day — is required for entrance into the parks, the there are numerous free days each year. The upcoming free days for the remainder of the year are Aug. 25 (in honor of National Park Service’s birthday), Sept. 27 (National Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day weekend.
Boaters enjoy Lake Sylvia on Saturday, which was a “Free Day” in Washington State Parks to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. Normally, a paid Discover Pass is required for entrance into the parks, however, there are numerous free days each year: Aug. 25 (in honor of National Park Service’s birthday), Sept. 27 (National Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day weekend.Buy Photo
Boaters enjoy Lake Sylvia on Saturday, which was a “Free Day” in Washington State Parks to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. Normally, a paid Discover Pass is required for entrance into the parks, however, there are numerous free days each year: Aug. 25 (in honor of National Park Service’s birthday), Sept. 27 (National Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day weekend.
By David Haerle | The Vidette From left, Jose Moreno, Zeke Orellana and Charlene Moreno enjoy a picnic lunch of fried chicken and fixings while fishing at Lake Sylvia on Saturday, which was “Free Day” in Washington State Parks to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. Normally, a Discovery Pass — $30 annually or $10 per day — is required for entrance into the parks, the there are numerous free days each year. The upcoming free days for the remainder of the year are Aug. 25 (in honor of National Park Service’s birthday), Sept. 27 (National Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day weekend.Buy Photo
By David Haerle | The Vidette From left, Jose Moreno, Zeke Orellana and Charlene Moreno enjoy a picnic lunch of fried chicken and fixings while fishing at Lake Sylvia on Saturday, which was “Free Day” in Washington State Parks to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. Normally, a Discovery Pass — $30 annually or $10 per day — is required for entrance into the parks, the there are numerous free days each year. The upcoming free days for the remainder of the year are Aug. 25 (in honor of National Park Service’s birthday), Sept. 27 (National Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day weekend.

Saturday was “Free Day” in Washington State Parks to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. Normally, a Discovery Pass — $30 annually or $10 per day — is required for entrance into the parks, the there are numerous free days each year. The upcoming free days for the remainder of the year are Aug. 25 (in honor of National Park Service’s birthday), Sept. 27 (National Public Lands Day) and Nov. 11 for Veteran’s Day weekend.