State parks will be free in Washington the day after Thanksgiving

No parking fees on the day after Thanksgiving is an ongoing state parks tradition that encourages people to go outside rather than go shopping.

PORTLAND, Ore. — Parking fees will once again be waived at Pacific Northwest state park sites on Friday, the day after Thanksgiving in an ongoing tradition that encourages people to go outside rather than go shopping.

Visitors to state parks in Oregon and Washington can park for free on Friday as parks departments in both states waive all parking fees that are normally charged to visitors who don’t have annual park passes. 

The fee-free holiday is known as Green Friday

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