Free hikes, snow adventures at state parks New Year's Day

If you'd prefer to spend New Year's Day in the outdoors, nearly three doezn Washington state parks will be offering free guided hikes, bike rides, and snow adventures. It's part of a nationwide effort to get outdoors to start 2017.

State parks will also be free to everyone January 1, so you don't need a Discover Pass.

Here are which parks are offering the hikes. You can click on this link for more details on specific times and information in the Washington State Parks blog.

ISLAND STATE PARKS

Cama Beach State Park, Camano Island

Camano Island State Park, Camano Island

Deception Pass State Park, Oak Harbor

South Whidbey State Park, Freeland

Fort Ebey State Park, Coupeville

Fort Casey Historical State Park, Coupeville

Lime Kiln Point State Park, Friday Harbor

Moran State Park, Olga

PUGET SOUND AND HOOD CANAL

Dosewallips State Park. Brinnon

Saltwater State Park, Des Moines

Tolmie State Park, Olympia

Larrabee State Park, Bellingham

SOUTHWEST AND COASTAL STATE PARKS

Battle Ground Lake State Park, Battle Ground

Cape Disappointment State Park, Ilwaco

Lake Sylvia State Park, Montesano

Lewis & Clark State Park, Winlock

CASCADE FOOTHILLS STATE PARKS

Nolte State Park, Enumclaw

Rockport State Park, Rockport

Wallace Falls State Park, Gold Bar

CENTRAL WASHINGTON STATE PARKS

Alta Lake State Park, Pateros

Bridgeport State Park, Bridgeport

Gingko Petrified Forest State Park, Vantage

Lake Wenatchee State Park, Leavenworth

Lake Chelan State Park, Chelan

Lincoln Rock State Park, East Wenatchee

Olmstead Place Historical State Park, Ellensburg

Pearrygin Lake State Park, Winthrop

EASTERN WASHINGTON STATE PARKS

Columbia Plateau State Park Trail, Washtucna

John Wayne Pioneer Trail/Iron Horse State Park, Ewan

Fields Spring State Park, Anatone

Mount Spokane State Park, Mead

Palouse Falls State Park, Starbuck

Riverside State Park, Nine Mile Falls

Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park, Coulee City

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