August 17, 2016 12:14 PM

Alert: Burn Ban for Washington State Parks

The Commissioner of Public Lands has issued a statewide burn ban that applies to state forests, state parks and forestlands protected by DNR firefighters. All outdoor burning, including campfires in fire pits and the use of charcoal briquettes are prohibited at all Washington state parks. Liquid or propane camp stoves that do not use solid briquettes and have on/off controls are permitted. 

The ban is in effect through Sept. 30, 2016.

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Riverside State Park stretches over 10,000 acres and is Washington's largest with two rivers, multiple campgrounds, Equestrian and ORV Areas, Cultural/Historical sites, boating and paddling access, miles of mixed-use trails, and wonders of nature at every turn. Come explore this outdoor recreation paradise located right in Spokane's backyard. 

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2016 Free Days

Sept. 24 – (Saturday) National Public Lands Day

Nov. 11 – (Friday) Veterans Day

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