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All state park sites will be free on the night of June 4 at traditional sites — full hookup (sewer, electricity and water), electrical hookup (electricity and water), and tent sites.Parking is free both June 4 and June 5 at the 26 parks that charge a day-use parking fee. While the campsite rental is free, an nonrefundable reservation fee still applies.To ensure there's something to catch, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is stocking more than 185,000 trout at 80 locations around the state."It's a great opportunity for families to get out and enjoy a day or two of fishing,” said Rick Hargrave, administrator of ODFW’s Information & Education Division.“Lakes and ponds are fully stocked and a number of rivers are open."ODFW is also hosting free events at local fishing holes — including seven locations in the Willamette Valley — where volunteers will offer fishing gear, bait and instruction to children that show up.Named for the Boise River, from the French word meaning "wooded;" fur trappers were in what is now known as Boise County as early as 1824.
Campsite reservations may be made by calling 800-452-5687 before 5 p.m. Of the 52 state park campgrounds, 42 take reservations."State Parks Day is our way of thanking Oregonians for their commitment to our state parks," Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Director Lisa Sumption said.
Boise County is an original county, established February 4, 1864, with its county seat at Idaho City.