List of Washington State Parks and Marine State Parks
Alta Lake State Park Alta Lake offers good trout fishing and "conditional" waterskiing and windsurfing during summer months. Alta Lake State Park is located 4 miles southwest of Pateros, WA.
Anderson Lake State Park is a forested day-use park surrounded by 410 wooded and wetland acres. Set on a lake, Anderson Lake State Park is abundant with fish, birds and wildlife. Anderson Lake State Park is located 8 miles from Port Townsend, WA.
Battle Ground Lake State Park offers five miles of horse trails and a primitive equestrian camping area, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. The spring-fed lake, stocked with trout is a favorite of fisherman. The lake is said to be a "miniature version" of Oregon's Crater Lake. Battle Ground Lake State Park is located 21 miles northeast of Vancouver WA.
Bay View State Park offers views of the San Juan Islands fronting Padilla Bay, one of 15 existing national marine estuaries. On clear days park users can see the Olympic Mountains to the west and Mt. Rainier to the south. Bay View State Park is located near Burlington, WA.
Beacon Rock State Park includes 9,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River. Beacon Rock is the core of an ancient volcano. The South and Southeast faces of Beacon Rock are open for technical rock climbing. The Northwest corner is open for climbing. The park has over 20 miles of roads, and hiking, biking and horseback riding trails. Beacon Rock State Park is located 35 miles from Vancouver WA
Belfair State Park features a swimming lagoon, over 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline, and 3,700 feet of saltwater shoreline on Hood Canal. Belfair State Park is popular for terrific birdwatching, located 3 miles west of Belfair, WA.
Birch Bay State Park features nearly two miles of beach with 8,255 feet of saltwater shoreline on Birch Bay and 14,923 feet of freshwater shoreline on Terrell Creek. Birch Bay State Park offers great views of the Canadian Gulf Islands and Washington's Cascade Mountains. Birch Bay State Park is located in Birch Bay, 20 miles north of Bellingham WA.
Blake Island State Park is a marine camping park, that highlights a 5 mi. beach shoreline, with magnificent views of mountains, volcanoes and the Seattle skyline. Blake Island State Park is only reachable by private boat or tour boat. Blake Island was an ancestral campground of the Suquamish and Duwamish Indian Tribes and believed to be the birthplace of Chief Seattle. Indian-style salmon dinners and demonstrations of Northwest Indian dancing are offered at Tillicum Village, a concession on the island. Blake Island State Park is located between Vashon Island and Bainbridge Island.
Blind Island State Park is a small 3 acre marine camping park that is part of the Cascadia Marine Trail. Blind Island State Park is located near the entrance of Blind Bay, Shaw Island in the San Juan Islands.
Bogachiel State Park sits on the banks of the Bogachiel River. Bogachiel State Park is a remote park located on the tip of the Hoh Rainforest, 6 miles south of Forks WA.
Bottle Beach State Park is a day-use park with 6,000 feet of shoreline on Grays Harbor. Bottle Beach State Park is well known by birdwatchers and attracting more than a million birds each spring. Bottle Beach State Park is designated an important bird area by the Audubon Society. Bottle Beach State Park is located on the historic town site of Ocosta, WA.
Bridgeport State Park has 7,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on Rufus Woods Lake. Set directly behind Chief Joseph Dam. Bridgeport State Park has unique features of unusual large volcanic formations, that look like "Haystacks". Bridgeport State Park is located 3 miles northeast of Bridgeport WA.
Bridle Trails State Park is sometimes called "the wilderness in the city." Bridle Trails State Park is a popular getaway destination for Seattle residents. Bridle Trails State Park is known for its riding trails and summer weekend horse shows. Bridle Trails State Park is located on the outskirts of Bellevue WA.
Brooks Memorial State Park offers over nine miles of hiking trails that lead along the Little Klickitat River and up through Ponderosa and Oregon Pine forests. Brooks Memorial State Park is located 13 miles north of Goldendale WA. in the Simcoe Mountains.
Cama Beach State Park is on Camano Island. Cama Beach State Park where you will step back in time to a 1930s-era Puget Sound fishing resort.
Camano Island State Park has 6,700 feet of rocky shoreline and beach. Camano Island State Park provides sweeping views of Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains and Mount Rainer. Camano Island State Park is a very popular park that offers opportunities for shellfish harvesting. Camano Island State Park is located 14 miles southwest of Stanwood WA.
Cape Disappointment State Park has old-growth forest, lakes, freshwater and saltwater marshes, as well as tidelands along the ocean with views of the Pacific Ocean, Columbia River, North Head Lighthouse and Cape Disappointment Lighthouse. Cape Disappointment State Park formerly known as Fort Canby State Park is located on the Long Beach Peninsula, 2 miles southwest of Ilwaco WA.
Centennial Trail State Park has a 37 miles long, 12-foot wide paved trail extending from Nine Mile Falls (near Spokane) to the Idaho border. The trail follows the Spokane River, and is marked by sites of historic and archaeological interest.
Clark Island State Park is a 55-acre marine camping and moorage park located NE of Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands.
Columbia Hills State Park has 3,338-acres with 7,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River. Columbia Hills State Park includes the Horsethief Lake area which was flooded into existence by the reservoir created by The Dalles Dam. Columbia Hills State Park includes some Dalles Mountain Ranch area. Columbia Hills State Park is located on the Columbia River on Washington's border.
Columbia Plateau Trail State Park is where many large animals can be seen such as deer, elk, moose, more than 200 species of birds have been identified and the area is famed for the visiting trumpeter swans. Currently 23 miles of the trail between Lincoln County and Cheney are developed and open for public use. Columbia Plateau Trail State Park is located between Cheney, WA and the tri-cities area of Pasco, Richland and Kennewick WA.Conconully State Park is nestled between three mountains and two lakes considered a fisherman's paradise. The park dates back to 1910. Conconully State Park is located in Conconully about 22 miles north of Omak, WA
Cone Islands Marine State Park
Crawford State Park is a 49-acre, day-use park featuring Gardner Cave, the third longest limestone cavern in Washington. Gardner Cave is filled with stalactites, stalagmites, rimstone pools and flow stone. Free guided tours of the cave are led by an interpretive specialist during the summer Crawford State Park is located about 11 miles north of Metaline WA.
Curlew Lake State Park offers water and snow recreational activities, as well as archeological study. Curlew Lake State Park was a summer camp for some of the Indian tribes of this region. Curlew Lake State Park is 8 miles from a public fossil dig, north of Republic WA.
Cutts Island State Park is boat access only, located approximately 15 miles west of Tacoma. Cutts Island is a two-acre marine park situated on Carr Inlet that is very popular for boaters and kayakers to paddle to and walk the sandy beach at low tides.
Damon Point State Park is a 61-acre day-use park. Damon Point State Park consists of a 1 mile long, 1/2 mile wide stretch of land jutting out into the sea. A popular site for bird watching and agate rock collecting. Damon Point State Park is located in Ocean Shores WA.
Daroga State Park offers 1.5 miles of Columbia River shoreline on the edge of the desert "scablands." Daroga State Park is located 18 miles north of East Wenatchee, on the east side of the Columbia River.
Dash Point State Park is a 398-acre park with 3,301 feet of saltwater shoreline on Puget Sound. Excellent opportunities for sea-life study. Dash Point State Park is located on the west side of Federal Way, WA.
Deception Pass State Park has 33,900 feet of freshwater shoreline on 3 lakes, and 77,000 feet of saltwater shoreline. Rugged cliffs drop to meet the turbulent waters of Deception Pass. A historical interpretive center is located in the park at Bowman Bay, An observation deck overlooks the Cranberry Lake wetlands on the west-beach sand-dunes interpretive trail, The Maiden of Deception Pass story pole depicts a story of the Samish Indian Nation, the pole is located on Rosario Beach in the park. It Deception Pass State Park is one of the most visited State Parks in Washington State. Deception Pass State Park is located 9 miles north of Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island and 9 miles south of Anacortes on Fildalgo Island.
Doe Island Marine State Park encompasses 6 acres with over 2000 feet of shoreline and a 44 foot pier. Activities on Doe Island include a loop trail. Doe Island Marine State Park is located 1/4 mile off the eastern shore of Orcas Island. The park is reachable only by boat. Pictures and aerial photos of Doe Island
Dosewallips State Park is unique in that it offers both freshwater and saltwater activities. Dosewallips State Park is a 425-acre park with 5,500 feet of saltwater shoreline on Hood Canal and 5,400 feet of freshwater shoreline on either side of the Dosewallips River. There are 5 miles of hiking trails and a birdwatching, wildlife viewing platform. Dosewallips State Park is located near Brinnon WA.
Doug's Beach State Park is one of the premier windsurfing sites in the Columbia Gorge and is rated for advanced sailors. Doug's Beach State Park is an undeveloped day-use park on the Columbia River located between Murdock and Lyle WA.
Eagle Island State Park sits on Balch Passage between McNeil and Anderson islands in South Puget Sound. Eagle Island State Park is a 10-acre marine park with 2,600 feet of saltwater shoreline popular for beachcombing and bird watching. Eagle Island State Park is reachable only by boat.
Fay Bainbridge State Park offers sweeping views of Puget Sound, the Cascade Mountains and two volcanoes. You can hike several miles along the beach at low tide. Nearby Old Man House is located on the site of the home of Chief Seattle. Fay Bainbridge State Park is located on the northeast corner of Bainbridge Island WA.
Federation Forest State Park is a day-use natural area with 619 acres of old growth evergreens. Federation Forest State Park sitting along the White River provides 12 miles of hiking trails, 3 interpretive trails, and an interpretive center. Part of the Naches Trail and evidence of pioneers still exist in Federation Forest State Park, located 18 miles east of Enumclaw WA
Fields Spring State Park is a remote park located in the Blue Mountains of Southeastern Washington. A portion of Fields Spring State Park sits at a height of 4,500 feet atop Puffer Butte. Fields Spring State Park's 792-acres is a popular site for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter and berry collecting in season. Fields Spring State Park is set along one of the Nez Perce Indian seasonal migration routes. Fields Spring State Park is located 30 miles south of Clarkston WA.
Flaming Geyser State Park is a day-use park with a unique feature "geysers" (methane seeps). Flaming Geyser State Park has 480-acres with 3 miles of freshwater shoreline on the Green River and offers 4.3 mi. of hiking trails, 4.3 mi. of bike trails and 1 mi. of horseback riding trails. Whitewater rafting and model airplane flying at this park is a very popular activitiy as well. Flaming Geyser State Park is located between Auburn and Black Diamond, WA.
Fort Casey State Park is the site of Admiralty Head Lighthouse, acoast artillery post features four historic guns on display.Fort Casey offers sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Fort Casey State Park has 10,810 feet of saltwater shoreline and includes Keystone Spit, a 2 mile stretch of land separating Admiralty Inlet and Crocket Lake. The park also contains a parade field popular for kite-flying and a designated remote-control glider area. Fort Casey State Park is located 3 mi. south of Coupeville, WA on Whidbey Island.
Fort Columbia State Park is a day-use historical park that celebrates a military site that constituted the harbor defense of the Columbia River from 1896 to 1947. Fort Columbia is one of the few intact coastal defense sites in the United States. The area was also home for the Chinook Indians. Fort Columbia State Park has 12 historic wood-frame buildings, a museum, numerous interpretive activities, and 5 mi. of hiking trails. Fort Columbia State Park is located 2 miles west of the Astoria Bridge in the town of Chinook, WA.
Fort Ebey State Park has a freshwater lake for fishing, 28 miles of hiking trails, 25 miles of bike trails and a popular surfing area on the park's saltwater shoreline. Fort Ebey was originally built as a coastal defense fort in World War II. Fort Ebey State Park is located 2 miles north of Coupeville on Whidbey Island
Fort Flagler State Park sits on a high bluff overlooking Puget Sound, with views of the Olympic Peninsula and Cascade Mountains. Fort Flagler State Park, located on the northern tip of Marrowstone Island has 5 mi. of hiking and biking trails, 12.5 miles of roads, 3.6 miles of beach and historic buildings of Fort Flagler. Fort Flagler once guarded the nautical entrance to Puget Sound.
Fort Okanogan State Park is a day-use park that sits on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River. "Fort Okanogan" was established in 1811 by the Pacific Fur Company, then purchased by the Hudson Bay Company in 1821. Fort Okanogan State Park is located 4 mi from Brewster, WA
Fort Simcoe State Park is a day-use heritage park on the Yakama Indian Nation Reservation. Fort Simcoe was built in the late 1850s, used for three years, then in 1859 the military turned the fort over to the Yakama Indian Agency. Fort Simcoe was then converted to an Indian school and the Yakama Indian Agency managed its affairs from the site until the early 1900s. Before the fort, the site was was a meeting, trade and culture center for prehistoric native tribes and Indian campground where many trails crossed. Fort Simcoe State Park is a year-round bird watching site with short hiking trails. Fort Simcoe State Park is located 7 miles west of White Swan, WA.
Fort Ward State Park has several structures that reflect the historic military significance of the area. Fort Ward State Park is a 137-acre marine park with 4,300 feet of saltwater shoreline on Rich Passage. There is a paved road that parallels the beach where people can ride bikes, walk or jog and 2 mi. of hiking trails. Fort Ward State Park is located on the southwest side of Bainbridge Island, WA.
Fort Worden State Park is a multi-use park, with a 19th century military fort where historic buildings remain. Fort Worden State Park has over 2 miles of saltwater shoreline, 5 mi. ADA hiking trails 12 mi. hiking trails 12 mi. bike trails and the park provides rental equipment for tennis, croquet, bocce ball and shoe-less horse shoes. Fort Worden State Park is located in the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend, WA
Ginkgo Petrified Forest and Wanapum Recreational Area located 30 miles east of Ellensburg, features 27,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Wanapum Reservoir on the Columbia River. Petrified wood was discovered in the region in the early 1930s, which led to creation of the park as a national historic preserve. Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park and Wanapum recreational area are popular for fishing, water skiing, birdwatching, hiking trails, and there is a museum.
Goldendale Observatory State Park is a educational facility on a 2,100-foot-high hilltop. The observatory houses one of the nation's largest public telescopes. The observatory is open to anyone who wants to view the universe. Goldendale Observatory State Park is located on a hill overlooking Goldendale, WA
Grayland Beach State Park is a 412-acre year-round marine camping park with almost a 1 1/2 miles of spectacular ocean frontage. Grayland Beach State Park attracts kite flyers, and is popular for fishing, clamming, crabbing, beachcombing and bird watching. Grayland Beach State Park is located 5 miles south of Westport, WA.
Griffith Bay State Park covers 15 acres. Griffin Bay State Park is part of the Cascadia Marine Trail and reachable only by human- and wind-powered watercraft. Visitors arriving by boats with motors are not allowed to camp at the park, but may use the island for day use. Griffin Bay State Park is located on the southeast side of San Juan Island (south of Friday Harbor).
Griffiths-Priday Ocean State Park is a 364-acre marine park with saltwater shoreline on the Pacific Ocean and freshwater shoreline on the Copalis River. There is a boardwalk that connects the dunes with the beach. The Copalis Spit natural area, a designated wildlife refuge, is also part of the park. Griffiths-Priday Ocean State Park is located 21 miles northwest of Hoquiam, WA.
Hope Island State Park (Mason) is a 106-acre marine camping park that features a beach one-and-a-half miles long. Hope Island State Park has 2 miles of hiking trails, 3 mooring bouys and is popular for beachcombing and bird watching. The island is covered with old-growth forests and saltwater marshes, reachable only by boat. Hope Island State Park is located between Squaxin Island and Steamboat Island.
Hope Island State Park (Skagit) is a 200-acre marine park in Skagit Bay. The park is accessible only by boat. Hope Island State Park offers 5 buoys, several campsites, attractive beaches and a trail across the island.
Ike Kinswa State Park is a 454-acre park with 46,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on the north side of Mayfield Lake. Ike Kinswa State Park has 2.5 mi. hiking trails, 2 mi. bike trails, provides good fishing and is popular for water activities. Ike Kinswa State Park is located 4 miles north of Mossyrock, WA
Illahee State Park is a 75-acre marine camping park with 1,785 feet of saltwater frontage on Port Orchard Bay. Illahee State Park offers a number of outdoor activities and is located only 3 miles north of Bremerton on the Kitsap Peninsula, WA..
Iron Horse State Park was once part of the path of the Chicago-Milwaukee-St. Paul-Pacific Railroad. More than 100 miles of trail extends from Cedar Falls to the Columbia River. Iron Horse State Par has 110 mi. of hiking trails, bike trails and horse trails. Iron Horse State Park is located from Rattlesnake Lake to the Yakima River Valley.
James Island State Park is a 113-acre marine camping and moorage park with 335 feet of saltwater shoreline on Rosario Strait. James Island State Park is accessible only by boat, and is very popular for kayakers. Activities on James Island State Park include a 1.5 mi. hiking trail with dramatic views from high bluffs, fishing, scuba diving and marine wildlife viewing. James Island State Park is located three miles west of Anacortes and 1/2 mile east of Decatur Island on Rosario Strait. Pictures and aerial photos of James Island
Jarrell Cove State Park is a forested 43-acre marine camping park with 3,500 feet of saltwater shoreline on the northwest end of Harstine Island. Jarrell Cove State Park has 1 mi. hiking trails, 1 mi. bike trails, and is popular state park for beachcombing, bird watching, sailboarding and wildlife viewing. Jarrell Cove State Park is accessible by road and bridge. Most visitors arrive by boat.
Joemma Beach State Park is an excellent place for fishing, boating and crabbing. Joemma Beach State Park is located on southeast Key Peninsula, 28 miles southwest of Tacoma, WA.
Jones Island State Park is a 188-acre marine camping park with 25,000 feet of saltwater shoreline on the San Jaun channel. Jones Island State Park features a loop trail down the center of the island then around the western shore. Popular activities include fishing, kayaking, crabbing and marine wildlife viewing. Jones Island State Park is reachable only by boat, there are 7 mooring buoys and 128 feet of dock moorage at the North Cove. Jones Island State Park is located 1 mile west of the southwest tip of Orcas Island. Pictures and aerial photos of Jones Island
Joseph Whidbey State Park is a 112-acre day-use park, located three miles west of Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island. Joseph Whidbey State Park is popular for having the best beach on Whidbey Island that offers beachcombing, bird watching, crabbing and there are two large grass fields in the park, where games can be played on the grass.
Kanaskat-Palmer State Park sits in a natural forest setting, with 2 miles of shorelines on the Green River. River rafting and kayaking down the Green River Gorge is for expert-level enthusiasts only. Located 11 miles northeast of Enumclaw, WA.
Kinney Point State Park is located on Marrowstone Island. Reachable by wind- and human-powered, beachable watercraft only. Kinney Point State Park is a park with a Cascade Marine Trail.
Kitsap Memorial State Park is a 58-acre camping park with 1797 feet of saltwater shoreline and facilities for group and individual recreation, a popular place for weddings, picnics, kite flying and ball tossing. Kitsap Memorial State Park is located 4 miles south of the Hood Canal Bridge.
Kopachuck State Park consists of 109 acres, 5,600 feet of saltwater shoreline, a sandy beach and 12 moorage buoys, on Henderson Bay. One portion of the park, Cutts Island (or "Deadman's Island") is a 1/2 mi from shore and reachable only by boat. Kopachuck State Park is located 5 miles west of Gig Harbor WA.
Lake Chelan State Park is a 127-acre park on the south shore of Lake Chelan. Lake Chelan State Park is popular for water recreation, freshwater fishing, water skiing and sailboarding. John Stevenson, one of the earliest settlers in the area has a cabin still visible in the park. Lake Chelan State Park is located 9 mi west of Chelan, WA
Lake Easton State Park has 24,000 feet of freshwater access on the shores of Lake Easton in the Cascade Mountain foothills. Lake Easton State Park is popular in the winter for cross country skiing, snowmobiling trails and dog sledding. In the summer for water recreation, fishing and hiking trails. Lake Easton State Park is located 15 miles west of Cle Elum, and 15 miles east of Snoqualmie Pass.
Lake Sammamish State Park is a 512-acre day use park on Lake Sammamish, with 1.5 miles hiking and biking trails, and is a popular for park for boating, fishing and water skiing. Lake Sammamish State Park is located on the edge of the city of Issaquah, WA
Lake Sylvia State Park began as an old logging camp by damming Sylvia Creek for the purpose of log ponding. The area is rich with logging lore and history, with interesting displays of old logging gear and there is a giant wooden ball carved from a single log by a local logging legend. Lake Sylvia State Park is located north of Montesano WA
Lake Wenatchee State Park sits on glacier-fed Lake Wenatchee and the Wenatchee River, creating two distinct areas. South Park, with areas for camping, swimming and horseback riding; and less developed, North Park. Lake Wenatchee State Park is popular for 8 mi. hiking trails 7 mi. bike trails, 5 mi. horse trails, and windsurfing is also popular. Lake Wenatchee State Park is located 18 miles from Leavenworth, WA
Larrabee State Park features two freshwater lakes, coves, tidelands, and a multiple-use trails wind through the park. Accessible by hiking trails is Fragrance Lake and Lost Lake on Chuckanut Mountain, both lakes are popular for fishing. Larrabee State Park has 8,100 feet of saltwater shoreline on Samish Bay near Bellingham, WA
Leadbetter Point State is a day use park that features beach frontage on the Pacific Ocean and Willapa Bay. It borders the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge which has about five miles of ocean beach and several miles of bay beach. Leadbetter Point State Park is popular for hiking, fishing, clamming and the park is part of the Willapa Bay Water Trail.
Lewis & Clark State Park is situated in one of the last major stands of old-growth forest in the state. Lewis & Clark State is located 12 miles south of Chehalis, WA
Lewis & Clark Trail State Park is a rare treasure of old-growth forest, on the Touchet River, located 25 miles northeast of Walla Walla, WA
Lime Kiln Point State Park is a 36-acre day use park set on the west side of San Juan Island. Lime Kiln Point State Park is considered one of the best places in the world to view whales from a land-based facility. There is a lighthouse, the Coast Guard still maintains the lighthouse as an active aid to navigation, but the building is used for orca whale research, interpretation and lighthouse tours.
Lincoln Rock State Park sits on the east side of Lake Entiat, 7 miles north of East Wenatchee. Lincoln Rock State Park was named for a basalt outcropping said to resemble the profile of Abraham Lincoln, and is popular for paragliding, 2 mi. hiking, and bike trails.
Manchester State Park is located 6 miles east of Port Orchard, WA.
Maryhill State Park has a full-scale model of Stonehenge that stands near the park. Maryhill State Park is located 12 miles south of Goldendale, WA
Matia Island Marine State Park is a 145-acre marine park with 20,676 feet of saltwater shoreline on the Strait of Georgia. The island is part of the San Juan National Wildlife Refuge. 5 acres at Rolfe Cove are available to boaters as a marine park. Matia Island Marine State Park is located 2.5 north of Orcas Island. Pictures and aerial photos of Matia Island
McMicken Island State Park situated in the South Puget Sound is popular for it's hiking trails, and shellfish harvesting. The shellfish population is abundant and open to shellfish harvesters year round. McMicken Island is situated on the east side of Harstine Island.
Millersylvania State Park has 3,300 feet of freshwater shoreline on Deep Lake. The park, fis illed with trails, 8.6 mi. hiking trails 7.6 mi. bike trails. Millersylvania's buildings were constructed in 1935 almost entirely by hand by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Relics of a narrow-gauge railroad, and several skid roads used in the 1800s by the logging industry, remain on park grounds.
Moran State Park on Orcas Island, is the largest public recreation area in the San Juan Islands. Moran State Park features 5 lakes, several waterfalls, 33 mi. of hiking trails, 11 mi. of bike trails, 6 mi. of horseback riding trails, and is home to Mount Constitution, the highest mountain in the San Juan Islands. You can drive to the top of Mount Constitution where there is a viewing tower that offers panoramic views of the San Juan Islands, Vancouver Island, several Gulf Islands, Mount Baker, the Cascade Mountains, Mt. Rainier, the Olympic Peninsula, and a variety of Canadian and American cities. You can often spot Bald Eagles and Orca Whale pods passing through the vicinity. Bring your camera, the 360 degree panoramic view is noted for being one of the best marine views in the world! Moran State Park is also noted for it's beautiful campground, freshwater fishing, and water activities. Moran State Park is located on the eastern side of Orcas Island, near Olga, WA. Take a look at a few photos taken from the top of Mt. Constitution
Mount Pilchuck State Park features mountainous alpine terrain and recreation attractions. A number of lakes and streams linked by a series of trails provide visitors alpine fishing and hiking. The main recreational attraction of the park is the three-mile trail to the summit and the old fire lookout. At the top is an incredible panoramic view of the Cascades, Olympics and Puget Sound. Mount Pilchuck State Park is located 11 miles from Verlot.
Mount Spokane State Park sits in the Selkirk Mountains and features groomed Nordic ski trails that are multi-use in the spring, summer and fall and for cross-country skiing when there is snow. Mount Spokane State Park has extensive ski areas and groomed trails for snowmobiling as well. Alpine night-skiing is permissible on all trails, though the Nordic trails are unlit. There are 5 chair lifts and a 2,000-foot skiing hill. Mount Spokane State Park is located 25 miles northeast of Spokane, WA.
Mystery Bay State Park features 685 feet of saltwater shoreline on Mystery Bay and offers a spectacular view of the Olympic Mountains. Clams and oysters can be found on the beach at low tide. Mystery Bay State Park is located on the west side of Marrowstone Island off the Olympic Peninsula.
Nolte State Park is a 117-acre day-use park with 7,174 feet of freshwater shoreline on Deep Lake in the Green River Gorge. Nolte State Park is located north of the town of Enumclaw, WA
Obstruction Pass State Park, located on the shore of Orcas Island has 80 acres, with 400 feet of saltwater beach. Obstruction Pass State Park is popular for trails, bird watching, viewing tidepools, saltwater fishing, crabbing, and it's primitive hike in or boat in camping area, with 3 mooring bouys. In the parking area there is restroom and a 1/2 mi. trail that leads to the beach and camping area. Obstruction Pass Park is located on the eastern side of Orcas Island, just a couple of miles past Moran State Park. There is a Y and sign on the main road, directing you to Obstruction Pass State Park. The park is managed by Moran State Park.
Ocean City State Park features ocean beach, sand dunes and shore pine. Ocean City State Park is popular for bird watching, fishing, clamming, crabbing and beachcombing is a popular activity. The area is part of the Pacific Flyway for migratory birds and is adjacent to the migratory route of gray whales and other sea mammals. Digging for razor clams is allowed in certain areas during specified seasons and times. Vehicle traffic is allowed seasonally on portions of the beach. Native American artifacts, including various cooking, hunting, fishing and clothing items found in the area, may be viewed at the Ocean Shores Interpretive Center. Ocean City State Park is located on the coast 1 1/2 miles north of Ocean Shores.
Olallie State Park is a day-use park in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Olallie State Park features Twin Falls, cliff formations, riverbanks and living old-growth trees up to 14 feet in diameter. Olallie State Park is located 4 miles east of North Bend, WA
Old Fort Townsend State Park is a heavily wooded park, rich in military history dating from pioneer days. Old Fort Townsend State Park sits on Port Townsend Bay, 4 miles south of Port Townsend.
Olmstead Place State Park is a day-use park that features a working pioneer farm. The park hosts tours and school field trips. There are pioneer artifacts in this park, located 4 miles east of Ellensburg, WA
Osoyoos Lake State Park is a 47-acre state park on a 14-mile-long lake that stretches several miles north into British Columbia. A war veteran's memorial is in the park. Osoyoos Lake State Park is popular for fishing smallmouth bass, rainbow trout, kokanee and Ice fishing in the winter. Osoyoos Lake State Park is located 1/4 mile north of Oroville, WA. near the Canadian border.
Pacific Beach State Park is located 15 miles north of Ocean Shores. Pacific Beach State Park provides a variety of activities from dramatic surf to beachcombing.
Pacific Pines State Park sits in the coastal dune area, on the Pacific shore. Pacific Pines State Park is located 1 mile north of Ocean Park, WA
Palouse Falls State Park is a 105-acre park with a unique geology and history. Palouse Falls State Park offers a view of one of the state's most beautiful waterfalls. Palouse Falls drops from a height of 200 feet. There is a 1/4 mile ADA-accessible hiking trail that overlooks the falls. The Marmes Rock Shelter is where geologists unearthed remains of the "Marmes Man." Marmes Man is estimated to be 10,000 years old, and is among the oldest human remains found in the western hemisphere. Palouse Falls State Park is located 23 miles southeast of Washtucna, WA
Paradise Point State Park sits near the Lewis River, and covers 88.27 acres with 6180 feet of freshwater shoreline. Paradise Point State Park is located 6 miles south of Woodland off Interstate 5.
Patos Island State Park is a 207-acre marine park with 20,000 feet of saltwater shoreline, and is accessible only by boat. Archaeological sites indicate Native Americans used the island for thousands of years as a shellfish harvesting site. In the 1890's, a lighthouse station was established at Alden Point and the existing lighthouse was finished in 1918. The lighthouse station was occupied until the late 1960's. Patos Island is owned by the federal government and is administered by the Bureau of Land Management. Washington State Parks operates a small campground facility at Active Cove near the west side of the island, and maintains a 1.5 mile loop trail and two offshore mooring bouys. Patos Island is a small island in the San Juan Islands, and is the most northern island in the continental U.S. Patos Island is located 5 miles NNW of Orcas Island. Pictures and aerial photos of Patos Island.
Peace Arch State Park is a day-use park that celebrates the United States/Canadian border that stretches from the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia. The park features horticultural exhibitions and the giant, commemorative, concrete arch that straddles the border of the two nations. The 67-foot Peace Arch is jointly maintained by the United States and Canada. Peace Arch State Park is located 21 miles north of Bellingham, WA
Pearrygin Lake State Park features 11,000 feet of waterfront on Pearrygin Lake, popular for fishing and boating. Pearrygin Lake State Park is located 4 miles from Winthrop, WA.
Penrose Point State Park sits on the shores of Puget Sound, with over 2 mi. of saltwater frontage on Mayo Cove and Carr Inlet. Penrose Point State Park is located 16 miles southwest of Purdy, WA
Peshastin Pinnacles State Park is a desert park, featuring "the pinnacles," a group of sandstone slabs and spires popular for rock climbers. Peshastin Pinnacles State Park is located 14 miles west of Wenatchee, WA.
Posey Island Marine State Park is reachable only by boat, and is primarily a kayaking site. Posey Island is part of the Cascadia Marine Trail. Posey Island Marine State Park is located a quarter-mile north of Pearl Island, near Roche Harbor on San Juan Island. Pictures and aerial photos of Posey Island.
Potholes State Park has 6,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on Potholes Reservoir (also known as O'Sullivan Reservoir). Potholes State Park is popualr for water activities, fishing, water skiing and white water kayaking. Potholes State Park is located 17 miles southwest of Moses Lake, in the area of the West known as "the Scablands."
Potlatch State Park sits on the shoreline of shoreline on Hood Canal, 12 miles north of Shelton, WA Potlatch State Park is popular for fishing, diving, and shell fishing: clamming, crabbing and oysters.
Rainbow Falls State Park sits on the shore of the Chehalis River. Rainbow Falls State Park features a waterfall, and offers 10 mi. hiking trails 7 mi. bike trails and 7 mi. horse trails. There are several log structures in the part, that were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935. Rainbow Falls State Park is located 17 miles west of Chehalis, WA
Rasar State Park has 4,000 feet of low-bank riverfront along the Skagit River. Rasar State Park is popular for eagle watching, bird watching, wildlife viewing, and freshwater fishing. Rasar State Park is located along the north shore of the Skagit River, approximately 19 miles east of Burlington, WA
Reed Island State Park offers bird watching, boating, beach walking, and is part of the Columbia River Water Trail. Reed Island State Park is located 3 miles east of Washougal and 15 miles east of Vancouver, WA
Riverside State Park located just north of Spokane, supports a wide variety of recreational activities and is rich in history. Riverside State Park contains the oldest log structure in Spokane County. Riverside State Park is a 10,000-acre park along the Spokane and Little Spokane rivers, and Riverside State Park also includes the Nine Mile Recreation Area. Riverside State Park provides a off-road vehicle area for dirt bikes and snowmobiles and more than 37 miles for bike riding on the Centennial Trail. An equestrian area features several hundred acres with loop trails including 40 miles of linear trails for horseback riding, 1 mi. of ADA hiking trails, and 55 mi. of hiking trails. Riverside State Park is also popular for fishing, white-water kayaking, and winter recreation: cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
Rockport State Park is a 670-acre park in an ancient forest. Rockport State Park stands at the foot of Sauk Mountain, which has an elevation of 5,400 feet and a steep but climbable trail to the top. Rockport State Park is located 8 miles east of Concrete, WA.
Rothschild House State Park features a restored historical house built in 1868, that is operated seasonally as an interpretive center. Rothschild House State Park is a 1/2 acre park located in the city of Port Townsend, WA
Sacajawea State Park is a day-use park, at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers. The park is named for Sacajawea, a Shoshone Indian woman who traveled with the Lewis and Clark expedition. The park is located on one of the expedition's campsites, used by Lewis and Clark from October 16 to 18, 1805. Sacajawea State Park is very popular for bass, bluegill, catfish, crappie, salmon, steelhead and sturgeon fishing. Sacajawea State Park is located 5 miles southeast of Pasco, WA
Saint Edward State Park is a day-use park with 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on Lake Washington. Once a Catholic seminary, Saint Edward State Park is rich in history that reflects in its grounds and architecture. Saint Edward State Park is located at the north end of Lake Washington in Kenmore, WA
Saltwater State Park sits halfway between the cities of Tacoma and Seattle. Saltwater State Park is popular for diving, fishing (saltwater), sailboarding, beachcombing, bird watching and Interpretive Activities. Saltwater State Park is located 2 miles south of Des Moines, WA, near Sea-Tac International Airport.
Scenic Beach State Park is known for its wild, native rhododendrons, a country garden, with gazebo, rustic bridge, huge trees and views of Hood Canal and the Olympic Mountains. Scenic Beach State Park is located on the west side of the Kitsap Peninsula, 9 miles southwest of Silverdale, on Hood Canal.
Schafer State Park is known for the abundant fishing for steelhead, cutthroat trout and salmon on the Satsop River. Schafer State Park is located 12 miles north of Elma, on the East Fork of the Satsop River.
Seaquest State Park near Mount St. Helens, claims over a mile of Silver Lake shoreline with 7 mi. hiking trails. Seaquest State Park is located 6 miles east of Castle Rock, WA., on Silver Lake
Sequim Bay State Park covers 92 acres with 4909 feet of tidelands. Sequim Bay State Park has a 1 mi, hiking trail, is popular for fishing, clamming, crabbing, oysters, beachcombing, bird watching and boating features. There is a amphitheater, baseball field, basketball court, and softball field. Sequim Bay State Park is located in the Sequim "rainshadow," 3 miles southeast of the town of Sequim, just inside Puget Sound on the Olympic Peninsula.
Shine Tidelands State Park is a day-use park with 5,000 feet of tideland along Bywater Bay. Shine Tidelands State Park is located 7 miles south of Port Ludlow, WA.
Skagit Island State Park is a 24-acre marine camping park in Skagit Bay, that is reachable only by boat, 1 mile east of Hoypus Point, and approximately 1.5 miles east of Cornet Bay, Deception Pass State Park.
South Whidbey State Park features include old-growth forest and tidelands popular for for crabbing and clamming. South Whidbey State Park is located on Whidbey Island, 7 miles north of Freeland, WA.
Spencer Spit State Park is named for the lagoon-enclosing sand spit on which it rests. Spencer Spit State Park is a very popular park for shellfishing, clamming, crabbing and fishing for cod, perch, and salmon. Spencer Spit State Park is located on Lopez Island in the San Juan Islands cluster, a 45-minute ferry ride from Anacortes, WA. Pictures and aerial photos of Spencer Spit
Squak Mountain State Park is a day-use park just outside of Issaquah, only a 15-minute drive from Seattle. Squak Mountain State Park features offers13 mi of hiking trails and 6 mi. of horse trails in the wilderness.
Squilchuck State Park is located 9 miles southwest of Wenatchee, up Squilchuck Canyon toward Mission Ridge. Squilchuck State Park offers 10 mi. hiking trails, 10 mi. bike trails and in winter is popular for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Steamboat Rock State Park is a 3522-acre park with 50,000 feet of freshwater shoreline at the north end of Banks Lake, on the Upper Grand Coulee. The park offers 13 mi. of hiking, biking trails and 10 mi. of horse trails. The north end of Steamboat Rock State Park is dominated by Steamboat Rock, a massive 800 ft. columnar basalt formation, with a surface area of 600 acres. Steamboat Rock State Park is located on Banks Lake, 11 miles south of Electric City, and 16 miles north of Coulee City.
Steptoe Battlefield State Park is a 4 acre, day-use park with a 25-foot granite memorial erected by Esther Reed Chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution in 1914, marks the authentic site of Steptoe Battlefield. Steptoe Battlefield State Park is located on the outskirts of Rosalia near the Washington-Idaho border.
Steptoe Butte State Park has a 3,612-foot-tall natural monument, constructed of quartzite. Steptoe Butte State Park is located 12 miles north of Colfax, WA.
Strawberry Island State Park is located on the Southwest side of Cypress Island, in the San Juan Islands.The entire island is public property. Strawberry Island State Park is popular for boat-in camping, saltwater fishing and for marine wildlife viewing. Pictures and aerial photos of Strawberry Island
Sucia Island Marina State Park is a horseshoe shaped island with a cluster of 11 tiny satellite islands. Sucia Island has 10 miles of hiking trails and popular activities include hiking, picnicking, fishing, clamming, crabbing, and scuba diving. There is an underwater scuba park with one locator buoy. Fossil Bay on Sucia Island features land areas with a numerous amount of fossils for viewing. Sucia Island is considered the crown jewel of the Washington State's marine park system. It is consistently ranked as one of the top boating destinations in the world. Sucia Island is located approx. 2.5 miles North of Orcas Island. Pictures and aerial photos of Sucia Island and visit Sucia Island.com
Stuart Island State Park offers camping and moorage at Reed and Prevost harbors. The nearest fuel and groceries are at Roche Harbor on San Juan Island, 4 miles southeast of Stuart Island.
Sun Lakes State Park is a 4,027-acre park with 73,640 feet of freshwater shoreline. Sun Lakes State Park stands at the foot of Dry Falls, one of the greatest geological wonders in North America. Dry Falls was a waterfall carved by the ice-age flood, now Dry Falls is a dry cliff 400 feet high and 3.5 miles wide. When the waterfalls were active, the falls was 4 times larger than Niagara Falls. Today it overlooks a desert filled with lakes. Special programs, hikes, talks and classroom visits are available by appointment through the visitor center. Sun Lakes State Park is located 7 miles southwest of Coulee City, WA.
Tolmie State Park is a day use park with 1800 feet of saltwater shoreline on Puget Sound. There is underwater park built by scuba divers, and 3 mi. of hiking trails. Tolmie State Park is located on on Nisqually Beach, 8 miles NE of Olympia
Triton Cove State Park is a day-use park with 555 feet of saltwater shore on Hood Canal. Prior to being Triton Cove State Park, the area was a fishing resort location. Triton Cove State Park is located on the Olympic Peninsula on the west side of Hood Canal, 6 miles south of Brinnon, WA.
Turn Island State Park is a 35 acre marine park with 16,000 feet of shoreline. Turn Island is part of the San Juan National Wildlife Refuge. Turn Island is located 1.75 miles SE of Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island. Pictures and aerial photos of Turn Island
Twanoh State Park is situated on one of the warmest saltwater beaches in Washington State. Twanoh State Park has 2.5 mi. of hiking trails and is popular for saltwater fishing and shell fishing; crabbing and oysters. Twanoh State Park is located on the south shore of Hood Canal, 8 miles west of Belfair, WA
Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park sits on the south shore of Lake Chelan. Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park is popular for bird watching, mountain biking, water skiing, scuba diving and fishing for salmon and trout. Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park is located 19.5 miles west of Chelan, WA.
Twin Harbors State Park on the Pacific coast offers beach activities along the ocean shore, including diving, fishing and clamming. Twin Harbors State Park Iis located 4 miles south of Westhaven and 3 miles south of Westport, WA
Upright Channel State Park features walking trails and beach area, populat for clamming. Upright Channel State Park is a 20 acre, day-use park situated in the San Juan Islands, on Lopez Island, about one-quarter mile east of Flat Point.
Wallace Falls State Park has shoreline on the Wallace River, Wallace Lake, Jay Lake, Shaw Lake and the Skykomish River. Wallace Falls State Park features a 265-foot waterfall, and is popular for it's 12 mi. of hiking trails, 5 mi. of bike trails, mountain climbing, rock climbing, fishing and white-water kayaking. Wallace Falls State Park is located 2 miles NE of Gold Bar, WA.
Wenatchee Confluence State Park sits at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia rivers, and has 2 distinct areas; The North Confluence is urban and recreational, The South Confluence is a wetland natural area. Wenatchee Confluence State Park is located at the north end of Wenatchee, WA.
Wenberg State Park on Lake Goodwin offers water activities and great fishing. Wenberg State Park is located 18 miles northwest of Everett, WA
Westhaven State Park is popular for surfing and fishing. In 1940's a jetty was built to protect the harbor at Westport. This jetty caused land accretion which became the park. Westhaven State Parkis located in in Westport WA.
Westport Light State Park is a 212-acre day-use park on the shore of the Pacific Ocean, with a panoramic view of the sea. The 1898 historic Westport Lighthouse (also called Grays Harbor Lighthouse) is adjacent to the park. There is a concrete boardwalk along the beach, that connects this park with Westhaven State Park 1.3 miles away. Westport Light State Park is located in Westport, WA.
Yakima Sportsman State Park is on the floodplain of the Yakima River. This park was created in 1940 by the Yakima Sportsman's Association to promote game management and the preservation of natural resources. Yakima Sportsman State Park is located 3 miles SE of downtown Yakima, WA.
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