State Parks in Washington (138)

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Alta Lake State Park
Pateros, WA
Alta Lake State Park is a land of fire and water. Tucked into the hills between Winthrop and Lake Chelan, Alta Lake has long been a hub for anglers, water sports enthusiasts and families that love to
Anderson Lake State Park
Chimacum, WA
Pack up the kids and a picnic lunch and spend a day at Anderson Lake State Park. Located 20 minutes from Port Townsend on the Northeastern Olympic Peninsula, Anderson Lake combines a cedar, fir and al
Battle Ground Lake State Park
Battle Ground, WA
Need a quick getaway? Battle Ground Lake State Park is a forested camping park in the Cascade Mountain foothills; its proximity to Vancouver and Portland and its cool green lake make it a great escap
Bay View State Park
Mt Vernon, WA
Pull up a camp chair, place it facing north, sit down and stay a while. Bay View State Park on Padilla Bay overlooks the San Juan Islands and offers up magnificent views of the archipelago. On clear o
Beacon Rock State Park
Stevenson, WA
A dizzying mile-long switchback trail takes you up 848-foot Beacon Rock, but that’s not the only way to a tip-top experience. Rock climbing and hiking to waterfalls are the rage at this park, where
Belfair State Park
Belfair, WA
Wetlands, pebble beaches, tidal flats and salmon runs are the stuff that Puget Sound is made of. You will find those features and more at Belfair State Park. Located on Hood Canal between Shelton an
Birch Bay State Park
Blaine, WA
Set in a blue cove between Bellingham and Blaine, Birch Bay State Park feels private and secluded without being far from urban life. Stroll along the rocky beach and take in dramatic views of the No
Blake Island Marine State Park
Manchester, WA
Are you a boater craving island time? Do you paddle the Puget Sound on your days off? Or are you visiting Seattle and eager to explore Tillicum village and the island or camp overnight but don't have
Blind Island State Park
Eastsound, WA
Tiny Blind Island is full of intrigue. Can you imagine finding a chunk of rock in the middle of a salty strait, staking a claim and planting an orchard there? A cluster of 19th-century sour apple tree
Bogachiel State Park
Forks, WA
The Hoh Rainforest in the Olympic National Park is one of the world’s iconic forests. Known for its vibrant greens, curtains of moss and dense, old-growth canopy, the Hoh is nearly half a day’s drive
Bottle Beach State Park
Aberdeen, WA
Calling all birders! Bottle Beach State Park sits on the tide flats of Southern Grays Harbor, where it plays host to more than a million migratory shorebirds and sea birds in spring. The park's ADA-
Bridgeport State Park
Bridgeport, WA
Fishing, sagebrush and chill time: what more could a desert vacationer want? Set directly behind Chief Joseph Dam on the Columbia River, Bridgeport State Park offers sunny fun on Rufus Woods Lake.
Bridle Trails State Park
Kirkland, WA
Seattle equestrians love this forested park near the city. Bridle Trails State Park, located between Kirkland and Redmond, offers extensive horse trails and a horse-friendly culture. Sometimes called
Brooks Memorial State Park
Goldendale, WA
Brooks Memorial State Park is a bright spot of colors, views and birdsongs, off the beaten path in south central Washington. Brooks Memorial sits between the pine forests of the Simcoe Mountains and
Cama Beach Historical State Park
Camano Island, WA
The entrance to Cama Beach could well be a doorway to an earlier time. Set on Camano Island, an hour north of Seattle, the original family resort had its heyday from the 1930s to the 1950s. This place
Camano Island State Park
Camano Island, WA
Close to Seattle but a world away, Camano Island State Park offers a mellow, less bustling, but equally friendly alternative to its busier neighbor, Cama Beach State Park. Forest loop trails provide
Camp Wooten ELC and Retreat Center
Pomeroy, WA
A camp with a colorful past, Washington State Parks’ largest retreat center, Camp Wooten, sits in the Blue Mountains of southeastern Washington along the threadlike Tucannon River. Columbia County’s
Cape Disappointment State Park
Ilwaco, WA
Lighthouses stand sentinel atop windswept cliffs, sea smells waft up through the air and waves collide with a crash where the Pacific Ocean meets the Columbia River below. Named for Captain John Mear
Centennial Trail State Park
Nine Mile Falls, WA
The 40-mile Spokane River Centennial State Park Trail winds through eastern Washington from Nine Mile Recreation Area on Lake Spokane to the Idaho border. The mixed-use trail passes through high deser
Clark Island Marine State Park
Olga, WA
Are you craving a day at the beach on your San Juan island vacation? Head out to Clark Island for your choice of fine-grained sand or warm gray pebbles. Midway between Orcas and Lummi islands, this
Columbia Hills Historical State Park
Lyle, WA
Columbia Hills Historical State Park puts the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area at your fingertips. This 3,637-acre park is composed of four different sites which offer a range of experiences.
Columbia Plateau State Park Trail
Washtucna, WA
Looking for an active road trip adventure? Get out your mountain or hybrid bike, pack your hiking boots and plan to visit a little-known Washington treasure. The 3,876-acre, 130-mile Columbia Platea
Conconully State Park
Conconully, WA
Do you long to trade your SmartPhone for a fishing pole? You'll find like-minded vacationers and an angler's paradise at Conconully State Park in the region known as the Okanogan. Fish from two lakes
Crawford State Park Heritage Site
Metaline Falls, WA
Crawford State Park feels like it's at the end of the earth, and its star attraction, Gardner Cave, feels like the center of the earth. Tucked away in the northeast corner of Washington, near the U.S
Curlew Lake State Park
Republic, WA
Looking for a great park destination off the beaten path? Curlew Lake State Park is a jewel in the countryside. In northeastern Washington, only 25 miles from the U.S.- Canada border, the park is na
Cutts Island State Park
Gig Harbor, WA
Cutts Island Marine State Park is proof that good things come in small packages. One-half mile from Kopachuck State Park, this intriguing little island offers the perfect day at the beach. This park
Daroga State Park
Orondo, WA
Mauve-colored hills rise from the Columbia River, and poplars line glassy Lake Entiat below. If not for the scent of sage floating through the air, Daroga State Park could be in Southern Europe. Loca
Dash Point State Park
Federal Way, WA
Washington water fans, look no further! Bust out your kayak, sand bucket, swimsuit or fishing rod, and head straight for Dash Point State Park! Hidden in plain sight between Seattle and Tacoma, this
Deception Pass State Park
Oak Harbor, WA
Deception Pass is Washington's most-visited state park for a reason. Mysterious coves, rugged cliffs, jaw-dropping sunsets, and a stomach-dropping high bridge make this park a go-to for locals and int
Doe Island Marine State Park
Olga, WA
Doe Island Marine State Park is a tiny dot on the map next to Orcas Island, but as an island destination, you could not ask for more. Once on terra firma, the island's 0.3-mile perimeter loop is a s
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