|Date (Day of Week)||Occasion||Participating Agencies*|
|Jan 1 (Sun)||New Year's Day|
|Jan 15-16 (Sun-Mon)||Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend|
|Jan 16 (Mon)||Martin Luther King Jr. Day|
|Feb 20 (Mon)||Presidents' Day|
|Mar 19 (Sun)||Washington State Parks 104th Birthday|
|Apr 15 (Sat)||Springtime free day|
|Apr 15-16 (Sat-Sun)||National Park Week Weekend|
|Apr 22 (Sat)||Earth Day|
|Apr 22-23 (Sat-Sun)||National Park Week Weekend|
|Jun 3 (Sat)||National Trails Day|
|Jun 10 (Sat)||National Get Outdoors Day|
|Aug 25 (Fri)||National Park Service Birthday|
|Aug 25-28 (Fri-Mon)||National Park Service Birthday Weekend|
|Sep 30 (Sat)||National Public Lands Day|
|Oct 8 (Sun)||National Wildlife Refuge Week Sunday|
|Nov 11 (Sat)||Veterans Day||**|
|Nov 11-12 (Sat-Sun)||Veterans Day Weekend|
|Nov 24 (Fri)||Autumn free day|
* - BLM = Bureau of Land management
* - NPS = National Park Service
* - USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers
* - USFS = US Forest Service
* - USFWS = US Fish & Wildlife Service
* - WSP = Washington State Parks
** - Must be a veteran, active and reserve component service member, or a family member for free admission.
|NOTE 1 (BLM): Site-specific standard amenity and day-use fees at BLM recreation sites and areas will be waived for the specified dates. Other fees, such as overnight camping, cabin rentals, group day use, and use of special areas will remain in effect.
NOTE 2 (NPS): The fee waiver includes entrance fees, commercial tour fees, and transportation entrance fees. Other fees such as reservation, camping, tours, concession and fees collected by third parties are not included unless stated otherwise.
NOTE 3 (USACE) : Nov 11th: Must be a veteran, active and reserve component service member, or a family member for free admission.
NOTE 4 (USFS): On these days, standard amenity fees at federally operated sites will be waived. Participation for concession operated sites may vary. The Forest Service is waiving standard amenity recreation fees at sites nationwide.
NOTE 5 (WSP): The free days apply only at state parks; the Discover Pass is still required to access WDFW and DNR lands.