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5 Free Days In National Parks for 2020 
If you’d like to recreate in any of our national parks, and skip the entry fees, there are five days in 2020 in which you may do so. The first one is January 20, and the Oregonian can fill you in on the rest: https://www.oregonlive.com/travel/2019/12/national-parks-will-be-free-for-5-days-in-2020.html

New Boating Laws for 2020 
The big news for Oregon paddlers in new legislation for 2020 is the Waterway Access Permit, which has been covered here, before. It supersedes the invasive species prevention permit, at a multiple of the cost, and is required for most paddle craft. But that is hardly the only new legislation effecting boaters in 2020, and the Oregon State Marine Board has a rundown of the specifics, here (PDF format): https://click.mlsend.com/link/c/YT0xMzE5ODQ4MDY4MjU3OTQ1NTIwJmM9bzR2NSZlPTE5MjgmYj0zMDUwNzU0NjgmZD12NGkxdzJ6.fODhbo9aXh_9sZZrmNkh3uK-IH-1bkTmW_VJ0YUprIE