Centennial Contest Offers Free Park Pass and Overnights at All Three Washington State National Parks
Port Angeles, WA.-Washington State is home to three, beautiful National Parks; Mt. Rainier, Olympic and North Cascades. Now folks can enter to win two nights at each Park, plus an annual National Park Pass, as part of a Centennial celebration promotion sponsored by Visit Rainier, the Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission, and the Cascade Loop.
The contest is being promoted on each organization’s Facebook page between February 22 and March 31. The contest registration form can be found on Visit Rainier’s Facebook page. On April 1, 2016 one lucky entrant will win:
- A one-year National Park pass
- Two mountainside nights at the Paradise Inn at Mt. Rainier National Park
- Two nights along the Pacific Ocean at Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park
- Two nights lakeside at the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center in North Cascades National Park.
“2016 is the Centennial of the National Park Service and this contest offers a fun opportunity for folks to get out and spend quality time in each of our state’s National Parks,” said Mary Kay Nelson, executive director of Visit Rainier. “Our organizations collaborated to create a special getaway in three unique settings; in the mountains, along the coast, and at a lakeside retreat.”
“This is a unique collaboration among Washington’s National Parks. We encourage both Washington residents, and out-of-towners to participate in the contest, and to learn more about these magnificent jewels,” added Marsha Massey, executive director for the Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission.
To enter the contest and view details and contest rules, click here.
For complete information on vacationing on the Olympic Peninsula, or to order the 2016 Olympic Peninsula Travel Planner, visit olympicpeninsula.org.