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Let The Adventures Begin During Free Fun Weekend June 6-7

Enjoy Free Fishing, Free Trail Passes And Free State Park Admission

Enjoy free fishing, free state park admission and zero trail pass requirements on June 6-7 during Free Fun Weekend.  - Photo credit: Tim McEnroe
Enjoy free fishing, free state park admission and zero trail pass requirements on June 6-7 during Free Fun Weekend. Photo credit: Tim McEnroe

Contact(s): DNRpress@wisconsin.gov

May 29, 2020 at 10:53:47 am

MADISON, Wis. - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is proud to host the 8th annual Wisconsin Free Fun Weekend. Park admission fees, fishing license and trail pass requirements will be waived on June 6-7 to encourage Wisconsinites to take advantage of and enjoy Wisconsin's outdoors.

During Free Fun Weekend June 6-7:

Before heading to a state park, trail or waterbody near you, here are some additional things to know:

FISHING

STATE PARKS

TRAILS

RESTROOMS AND BUILDINGS

BOAT LAUNCHES

SAFETY

Free Fun Weekend has become a wonderful way to enjoy the outdoors. Participants are encouraged to join the Wisconsin State Parks' OutWiGo initiative. Make sure to tag your Free Fun Weekend photos with #OutWiGo.

Keeping Wisconsinites safe remains the department's top priority. Free Fun Weekend goers are urged to continue to practice social distancing, avoid congregating in large groups, use hand sanitizer and wear masks when social distancing is difficult..

For specific information regarding COVID-19, we encourage the public to frequently monitor the DHS website for updates, and to follow @DHSWI on Facebook and Twitter, or dhs.wi on Instagram. Additional information can be found on the CDC website.



Last Revised: Friday, May 29, 2020

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