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DNR announces free fishing, off-roading, state park entry June 8-9

Our popular “Three Free” weekend – two full days when Michigan residents and visitors can grab a fishing pole, ride the off-road trails and visit state parks, all free of charge – is back, June 8 and 9.

You can enjoy fishing without a license (all other fishing regulations apply) and a variety of no-cost events planned around the state during Free Fishing Weekend; ride without purchasing an ORV license or trail permit as part of Free ORV Weekend and visit state parks without the regular Recreation Passport entry fee.
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New Stamp & Go Guide a fun way to log state park, hatchery visits
Inspired by this year’s state parks centennial celebration, the DNR has released an all-new Stamp & Go Guide to help visitors log and plan their visits to state parks and hatcheries all over Michigan.
The guide features photos and descriptions of each state park and fish hatchery, maps, kid-friendly activities and more.
Visitors can get their guides stamped at more than 100 locations. Stop by campground offices or check with local facility staff to find out where guides are being stamped.
You can pick up a guide at most Michigan state parks and recreation areas or at the Oden and Wolf Lake state fish hatchery visitor centers for just $5. Guides purchased during 2019 (the state parks centennial year) will include a special gold commemorative sticker.
Looking for ideas on where to start? Check out Places to Go on the DNR website Michigan.gov/DNR and explore your options for state parks, state fish hatcheries and other great destinations. For more state parks centennial information – including special events, podcasts, historical stories, videos, a geocaching tour and more – visit Michigan.gov/StateParks100.
Questions? Contact Ami Van Antwerp, 517-927-5059 or Elyse Walter, 517-284-5839.
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