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Anderson Lake 8 mi S of Port Townsend Bottle Beach 14 miles W of Aberdeen Bridle Trails 3 mi N of Bellevue, I-405 Centennial Trail several trail heads along Spokane River Columbia Plateau Trail various trail heads between Cheney and Sprague Crawford 11 mi N of Metaline, Boundary Dam Rd Doug’s Beach 7 miles W of Horsethief Lake, SR 14 Federation Forest 18 mi SE of Enumclaw, SR 410 Flaming Geyser 9 mi SW of Black Diamond Fort Columbia 2 mi SE of Chinook, US 101 Fort Simcoe 30 mi W of Toppenish, off US 97 Ginkgo Petrified Forest 1 mi N of Vantage Goldendale Observatory 1 mi N of Goldendale Griffiths–Priday W of Copalis Beach, SR 109 Joseph Whidbey 3 mi W of Oak Harbor Klickitat Trail 31 mi trail from Lyle to centerville Kopachuck 7 mi W of Gig Harbor, SR 16 Lake Sammamish 1 mi NW of Issaquah, I-90 Leadbetter Point 17 mi N of Long Beach, SR 103 Lime Kiln Point W San Juan Island on Haro Strait Loomis Lake 9 mi N of Long Beach, SR 103 Lyons Ferry 102 Lyons Ferry Road & Hwy 261 Mystery Bay W side of Marrowstone Island, at Nordland Nolte 6 mi NE of Enumclaw, on Veazie Cumberland Rd Olallie 4 mi E of North Bend, I-90 Olmstead Place 4 mi E of Ellensburg Pacific Pines 1 mi N of Ocean Park Palouse to Cascades Trail along I-90 Peace Arch 21 mi N of Bellingham, in Blaine Peshastin Pinnacles 2 mi W of Cashmere, N Dryden Rd Rockport 8 mi E of Concrete Sacajawea 5 mi SE of Pasco, US 12 Saint Edward NE end of Lk Washington, Juanita Drive Shine Tidelands 7 mi S of Port Ludlow South Whidbey 7 mi. N of Freeland Squak Mountain 2 mi S of Issaquah Steptoe Butte 12 mi N of Colfax Tolmie 8 mi NE of Olympia Triton Cove 7 mi S of Dosewallips, US 101 Westport Light 22 mi SW of Aberdeen Willapa Hills Trail 22 mi from Chehalis to S.Bend 3B 1D 4C 9C 9A 4F 4D 4D 2E 5E 6D 5F 1D 3B 4E 3D 4C 1E 3B 1E 8E 3B 4D 4C 5D 1E 5D 3A 5C 4B 7E 4C 3C 3B 4C 9D 3D 3C 1D 2F L M L M LM L LM MU LM - T M M - C C L C C L C C L C C L C L - P P P P W B BP P - Capacit y WGFEP WFP W WG W WG WFP W WFC WGF WGFBP EWB WGFP B W WP W PW GWF WP PW WP WGFP W BEWGFP WP W W W WP W WGFP FBWP BWGFHP WP W W BWFE WFP WP WFBP WFBP WFPB WP P W WGFPB W EWGPB W WP FHWBP WBG WP W W B BGWFEP WGFBCP W WGP W W W W W Capacit y (K)itche n, (V)ault T (P)icnic Shelte r, oilet, (C )ampfire (R)estroom, Circle Beach E xplorati on Bird Wa tching Ball Fie lds Boating Boating (non-m otorized Fishing only) or Shell fish Interpre tive Cen ter/Muse Scuba D um iving Swimm ing Water-sk iing Playgro und Eq uipmen t Hiking Mounta in Bikin g Equestri an Cross­–c ountry Skiing Snowm obiling Shelter Campin g 45/85® PVC 64 PVC 4 64® R 200® KVCP 2 40/40®/40 PRC 100® VC 1 20 P© 75® PRC 50© VC 100© RC 150/150® RC(2) 96® VC 50® CR 4 80®/30® PVC 60® P®VC 40/100® PVC 2 60© PV contact park directly 40® PRC 80® KRC 2 56® V 2 50® RC 50® RCP 80® RC 40® PVC 50/50© KVC 100/100© VC 130® PRC 200® PRC 40® KPRC 60 PRC® 60© PVC 40®/30® PRC 48®/80® VCR 50® PVC 50® VC 60© PRC 80/80/80® PRC 60/40® VC 50® PVC 70 PVC® 25 PRC® 40® PVC 50/24/24 PRC 1 100© CR 48/20© P(2)V 75® RCVP 50® CR 50® PRC 300® PRC® - 400 P*V • • • • • • • • 150 K® • • • • • • • 175 P®V • • • • • • 100/100 PK/K*®R • • • • • • 50/72 (2)P*K®R • • • • • • • • • 125® P©RK* • • • • • • • 100/100 P®/P®R • • • • • • • • K© • • • • 200* r • • • • • • • • 50/50 RK*(2) • • • - • • • • • • • • • • 44/12 K©P*RC • • • • • • • • • - • • • • • - • • • 50/25 P® CR K® • • • • • • • 40 R* • • • • • 100 K® • • • • • • • • 50/50 RP®/P®V • • • • • • 32/3004K®/7P®R • • • • • • • • • 50 P®/R • • • 50/50 K®KP • - • • • • • • • 50/150 P®V • • • • • • 100 P®RC • • • • • • • • • • 100© KRPC • • • • • • 70+ KRCP® • • • • • • • • • - • • • - • • • • • • 50/75© 4PR© • • • • • • • • • 25 K®(2)RC*P* • • • • • • 50 PV© • • • • • • • 75 K®P®(3)R • • • • • 200 K®RP*(2)© • • • • • • • • • 52 K* • • • • • • • • • - • • • • • 35 K® • • • • • 80/12 P®/P*R • • • • • • • 50/100 P®(2)R • • • • • • • • 100 K©P*R • • • 40 P©KR • • • • • • 100/150/K(2)®/K* • • • • • • • 20/150/20 P®/3 • • • • • • • • 50/50 P*(2) • • • • • • 50/50/50 P®/P*(2)RC • • • • • 100P®/P*(2)RK®C • • • • • • 75 PRK© • 40/40/40 P(2)P ® • • • • • • 50/50 P® • • • - • • • - • • - • • • • • - • • • • • - RCP*(2)V • • • • • • • 3P* • • • • • • • 50® P • • • • • • 150 K©/K*R • • • • • 35 KR • • • • • • 60 (5)K*K® • • • • • • • 50/80 (4)P ® • • • • • • • 100 P® • • • • • • • • 100/25® PRC • • • • 100 K®RC • • • • 40/40/10* P® • • • • • • • • • 50 RCP® • • • • • • • 50 Lodge©KR • - • • • • • • • • 200 P©(3) • • • • • - • • • • • • • • • 40/150 K*/K®R • • • • • • • • - • • • • • - • • • - 5P2K* • • - • • • • • • • • 150 P® • • • • • • • • 200 PK® • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 0.6-mile hike to outlook; several shorter trails in park, swing set 5 miles of easy hiking trails; 5 miles of shared mountain and horse trails; short, self–guided interpretive trail; 2 primitive horse camps; Big Toy situated on Padilla Bay, which features more than 11,000 acres designated as National Estuarine Sanctuary Hiking trails: 2.62 easy, 10.56 mod, 9.53 mod-diff. Equestrian trails: 9.36 mod, 1.89 mod-diff. Mountain biking trails: 1.2 easy, 9.36 mod 1.89 mod-diff. Interpretive trails: 1.2 easy, .9 mod. ADA accessible trails: 1.96 easy The park is situated on the warm saltwater beaches of Hood Canal and is noted for its saltwater tide flats; a easy 0.5-mile trail along Hood Canal 0.5-mile interpretive trail through forest and marsh; bicycle and mountain bicycle on roadways only, Heron Center available for day use by reserving at the park. 8 miles of multi-use trails, moderately difficult with hills, electricity available on docks, volleyball field & two horseshoe pits 0.5-mile nature trail through rain forest 0.5-mile trail to overlook, 3 mile ADA trail 9 miles of biking/hiking trails - easy to moderate 15 miles of hiking and biking trails, 1 mile ADA trail moderately difficult 3 miles of hiking, bicycling and mountain biking trails; easy 0.5-mile self–guided nature loop, 1 mile ADA trail, one marine trail site 8.5 miles of forest hiking trails with ocean and bay views; 2.5-mile fire road on beach dunes for mountain bikes, kite flying easy hiking trails, some with views of lake; 0.1-mile self-guided interpretive trail, platform tents and two teepees easy .5-mile nature trail; easy snowmobile trail from lake to town of Conconully, horseshoe pit, lake levels vary easy 2-mile nature trail with wildlife viewing near pond; 2 miles of mountain biking on steep trail with views of valley, 1/2 mile ADA trail paved trail throughout park for walkers, bicyclists and in-line skaters; tennis courts 10 miles of easy hiking trails through woods, shared with mountain bikers 35 miles of trails easy to difficult; 1-mile ADA interpretive trail; hiking trails on beaches, forest, amphitheater, 6 miles of equestrian trails, 4 miles of bike trails 3.5 miles of trails in two loops—one good for children, other moderately difficult, amphitheater easy 1-mile hiking trail to butte; 7-mile fire road for hiking, mountain biking; 7-mile cross–country ski trail; 0.25-mile interpretive loop; two teepees and a reservable cabin moderately difficult hiking, bicycle trails; interpretive walk through gun battery 14 miles of easy to difficult forested hiking trails; 11 miles of easy to difficult mountain bike trail varied terrain w/access to Kettles Trail Co. park; WWII Gun Battery, 1 marine site interpretive trail; 2-mile beach walk; 4 miles of wooded trails, 1 marine trail campsite 6.5 miles of trails; short interpretive trail; short nature trail; some open to biking 1-mile historic walk; hiking through forests and along beach; gun batteries, 12 miles of hiking & biking trails; 2.6-mile ADA trail short walk to beach; horseback riding allowed on beach, not in park; no horse unloading facilities in park 1.5-mile easy trail that follows lake; 0.5-mile self–guided interpretive trail, bike trail, .25 mile ADA trail forested hiking trails with steps; pier with interpretive stations; geocaching; metal detecting 1-mile easy trail, good for all ages, 1 marine trail site 0.75-mile trail, beach walking, good for children, metal detecting,2 marine trail sites, 2 hiker/biker sites 3 miles of hiking trails along Green River and adjoining woodlands, good for children, some narrow; rafting/kayaking on Green River is for experts only 1-mile forest walk, easy hiking, seasonally muddy in spots, good for children under 12 2 miles of interpretive & 0.25-mile ADA trails 3 miles of trails, wide, gentle slopes, good for children; 5-mile cross–country ski trail, 0.25-mile interpretive trail, boat motors limited to 10 hp 4 miles of easy to moderately difficult trails. ADA fishing dock. Trail head to 30 miles of hiking/biking trails, electric boat motors only 32 miles xc ski-easy to adv.; 7-mile easy hiking; 7-mile easy to moderate mountain biking; 0.75-mile interpretive; 5-mile equestrian trails 15 miles of easy to moderate trails; 13 miles of mountain biking trails, horse trails, no horse unloading facilities, 2 mile ADA trail 1.5-mile nature trail; 5-mile horse trail; self–guided interpretive trail; variety of hiking, biking trails, good for children; 5 primitive equestrian sites, Play World 0.8-mile interpretive trail, mostly flat, good for children, 2 teepees 2 miles of paved, flat hiking, bicycling trails 1.9 miles of foot trails including self–guided interpretive trail, good for children, 2 mile ADA trail, 2 water trail sites 1.1 miles of flat, nature trails, good for children fitness trail; 6.6 miles of hiking trails, good for children; only boats powered by trolling motor permitted, Glamping 38 miles of trails ranging from easy to advanced; short, self–guided interpretive trail, .5 mile ADA trail, Glamping, ELC more than 90 miles of road, trails from easy to advanced; no horse unloading facilities in park, Quartz Mt. Fire Lookout rental/overnight 2-mile easy to moderate dirt trail, connects to Centennial Trail, 2 mile ADA trail easy hiking trails; horseback riding on beach only, not in park; no horse unloading facilities in park beach walking, good for children, campfires not permited in park, campfires permited on beach with limitations, horse riding on beach only 0.5 mile of ADA hiking trails leads to a view point of the falls; fall drops from a height of 198 feet 2-mile hiking trail, good for children, disc golf 3 miles of easy hiking trails; amphitheater 2.5 miles of biking trails, good for children; 0.5-mile interpretive trail, 3 miles of hiking trails 1 mile of natural desert trail, good for children 2 miles of moderate hiking trails self–guided interpretive trail; 2 miles of moderately difficult hiking trails, 2 equestrian campsites 3.5 miles of hiking trails; short wheelchair-accessible trail to the river, 3 hiker/biker sites, 3-mile interpretive trail 80 miles of multi–use trails; 5 miles of cross–country ski trails; 600 acres for A.T.V., amphitheater, water play @ lake spokane, 21 equestrian campsites 2.2-mile extensive foot trail through canyon and park, good for children close to Green Mountain Forest with extensive hiking, 2 volleyball courts, 2 Big Toys 2 miles of hiking trail, moderately difficult; fire trails in undeveloped area for bicycling, good for children; 1-mile interpretive trail 6 miles of moderately difficult hiking trails; 0.75-mile interpretive trail good for children, .1 mile ADA trail foot trails to beach and walking along the beach. The paved 2.5 mile Olympic Discovery Trail runs through the park more than 2 miles of beach on saltwater; kayak & bicycle rentals moderately difficult hiking trails; mountain biking trails have varied terrain, moderately difficult to advanced all trails moderate to difficult; 12.5 miles of hiking, bicycling, mountain biking trails; 10 miles of horse trails at Northrup Canyon; 130 acres for ATV, 5 Equestrian standard campsites, 1.5 mile ADA trail 10 miles of trails and service roads, moderate to difficult 8 miles of moderate to difficult hiking trails; amphitheater; climbing walls & slide, golf, 1.5 mile ADA trail 2-mile loop trail, good for children 2 miles mostly on dirt road; numerous Forest Service trails located within 5 miles of park 0.75-mile nature trail; horseback riding on beach, not in park, no horse unloading facilities 15 miles of hiking trails, some good for children; 6 miles of mountain biking trails, moderate to advanced, 0.25 mile interpretive trail, 0.50 mile ADA trail 3 miles of trails, good for children, Campground closed Oct. 15- April 16, Watercraft launch open year-round 1-mile interpretive trail, 1-mile ADA trail that connects to 10 mile paved loop 5 miles of hiking, biking & equestrian trails, 400 ft. ADA accessible interpretive trail, Campground closed Nov. 1 - Feb.28, Day-use open year round Washington State Parks Gardner Cave at Crawford State Park TRAILS AND OTHER PARK FEATURES GENERAL ACTIVITIES • • • • • - • • • • • • K*P*(2) • • • • • – • • • • 50(2) P*V • • 50 (4)P* • • • • • • • 50 P*RC(4) • • • - • • • 200® K©R • • • • • 100 PCV • • • • • • • • PR*4K* 100/200/400® (2)P/K® • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • - • • • • 50/50 (2)P®R • • • • • • • • - • • • 300/100 K®R • • • • • • • • • • • • 50/200 K©PR • • • • • • • • (5)150 P© • • • • • • - • 50 K©PRC • • • • • • • • • • • • • 50/50 K© • • • • • • - • • • • • • - • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • •• • • • • •• • North Head Lighthouse at Cape Disappointment State Park Sun LakesDry Falls State Park (K)itche n, (V)ault T (P)icnic Shelte r, oilet, (C )ampfire (R)estroom, Circle Beach E xplorati on Bird Wa tching Ball field Boating s Boating (non-m otorized Fishing only) or Interpre Shellfish tive Cen te r/Muse Scuba D um iving Swimm ing Water-sk iing Playgro und Eq uipmen Hiking t Mounta in Bikin g Equestri an Cross­–c ountry Skiing Snowm obiling GROUP FACILITIES (G ipment, )roceries, (F)oo d (C) Golf , (P) Gif , (H)orses, (B) ts ts, (E)qu Accessa (T)rails,ble to people w ith disa (R)estro bilities: oms Boat (L ) a Boat (M unch, (U)nd erwater )oorage Park, (T)raile r Dump , (M)arin e Pump (L)imite out d Winte r Hours , (C) Clo Concessio sed ns: (W)o od, oa T T R TR TR R TR TR R T TR TR TR TR TR TR TR R R R TR TR TR R T TR TR R TR R R TR - R R R L R LR L R C R R C C C C R R R R RC LR LR R R LR LR RL R R LR LR R LR LR L LR R R R LR L LR LR R R LR R R R R R RC R CR R R RC LR R R RL LR LR LR LR R (K)itche n, (V)ault T (P)icnic Shelte r, oilet, (C )ampfire (R)estroom, Circle Primitiv e Sites (C)abins/ (Y)urts/( V)acatio n house s/(O)the Accessa r b le to p (C)ampsi tes, (T)raileople with disa s, (R)estro bilities: oms, (P)i (L)aunc cnic Area oorage h, (U)nderwate r Park, (M) (T)raile (P) Boar Dump, (M)ar t Sewag in e Dispo e Pumpout, sal Facil Maxim um Site ity Length (in feet) (C) Clo Hours, sed Winter (L) im (R)eserv ations, ited Winter Concessio (B)oats, ns: (W)ood, (G)roce (E)quip ment, (Cries, (F)ood, (H)ors es, ) Golf, (P ) Gifts Overnig ht Capa city (w)ater, (e)lectric ity, (s)ew er Utility S ites: Sites tor Standar d Map Lo ca Map Lo ca tor STATE PARKS WITHOUT CAMPING LM T 45 LM T 50 T 50 LM P 45 T 60 L T 45 UM M T 40 LM T 40 T 60 L T 60 L T 45 L T 60 L T 70 L T 50 LM TP 45 T 40 LM TM 60 T 60 T 30 LU 40 90 LUM T 50 M T 35 LUM T 70 T 60 L T 60 LM T 40 M M 34 LM 40 T 50 M 40 LM® T 40 L T 60 L T 30 L T 60 L T 60 60 P 28 LM® T 65 - TCRP 60 LM T 60 L T 60 L T 40 35 L T 32 T 60 T 60 T 50 L T 50 M TM 40 L T 50 M T 40 T 60 T 40 L T 32 UM T 40 T 60 T 60 T 50 LM T 40 M T 30 LM T 50 M LM T 60 LM M 35 LM® T 30 T 35 L T 60 L T 65 T 60 Things to remember CRT CRP CR CTR CTRP CR TR CR CRP TR CR CR T CPR TCR CTR CRP CTRP CR R CRP CTR CTR CTR CR CTR CRP CR CTRP RCP TRCP TRP CTR CRP CRTP C CTR C CR CR CRTP CR CRT C CR CTRP CRP CRP CR CR R CTRP CTRP CRP CRP CR CTRP CR CR CTRP CR CR CR CTR CT CTRP C CTRP • Hours – Parks are generally open 6:30 a.m.to dusk. • Winter schedule – Although most parks are open year round, some parks or portions of parks are closed during the winter. For a winter schedule and information about seasonal closures, visit www.parks.state.wa.us, or call the information center at (360) 902-8844. • Wildlife, plants and all park buildings, signs, tables and other structures are protected; removal or damage of any kind is prohibited. Hunting, feeding of wildlife and gathering firewood on state park property is prohibited. • One camping party is allowed per site. Maximum of eight people per campsite. • Campsites may not be held for other parties. • Camping check-in time is 2:30 p.m., and check-out time is 1 p.m. • Pets must be on leash and unde physical control at all times. This includes trail areas and campsites. Pet owners must clean up after pets on all state park lands. • Quiet hours are 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. C C C CV C CYV O C C C COV CO V V Y C Y CV O C V V O Y Y CV C C V Y C V YC C - Connect with us on social media 6B 93 32wes/30we 3 3F 35 6we 15 3B 46 30we 4F 28 5wes 2 3C 90 41wes 2 3A 147 20we 2 3C 44 12 1C 26 6we 2 6B 14 20we 5F 22 23wes 3B 3B 88 2 1E 137 60wes/18we 5 5F 4 8we 2 6B 40 20we 7A 57 18wes/7we 6C 28we 17 3D 114 27wes 3B 172 134we 5 3C 75 48wes 9F 20 4 3B 22 13we 3B 39 11we 3B 59 55wes 2 3B 40 4 3B - 50wes/30we 1D 4 60wes/38we 4 3E 27 39wes/36we 3C 23 2wes 2 3D 19 2we 3D 22 4D 25 19e 3C 20 3we/15wes 3 6C 103 17wes/18we 5D 90 45wes 2 2D 31 4we 6 5C 155 42we 3A 51 26wes 8 3E 24 8wes 6 8E 24 6C 27 32wes/35we 3C 35 15we 3 5F 20 50wes 2 3D 120 48we 3A 124 6 9C 8 9C 3 17we/4wes 1D 149 29wes 1D 20 41e 8E 11 3F 49 18we 10 6B 92 50wes/27we 3D 82 11 7D 61 60wes 2D 38 35wes 2 2E 40 8we 3 4B 18 20we 11 9C 16 11e/13we/2wes 25 3C 38 3C 50 2 2D 32 9we 1 3E 52 15wes/18we 3 3B 45 15we 3B 37 7 5D 7C 26 136wes 92 A3 60 7C 150 40wes 3D 25 22wes 1 6C 25 7wes/4w 1D 115 42wes 4 4C 4 6D 50wes 6C 8 52wes 5E 30 37wes - www.twitter.com/WAStatePks www.facebook.com/WashingtonStateParks www.youtube.com/WashingtonStateParks Adventure Awaits.com  Battle Ground Lake Share your stories and photos: Alta Lake 4 mi SW of Pateros, SR 153 21 mi NE of Vancouver  Bay View 7 mi W of Burlington, SR 20 Beacon Rock 35 mi E of Vancouver, SR 14  Belfair 3 mi W of Belfair, SR 300  Birch Bay 8 mi S of Blaine, SR 548 Blake Island 8 mi W of Seattle, boat access only  Bogachiel 6 mi S of Forks, US 101  Bridgeport 3 mi NE of Bridgeport, SR 17  Brooks Memorial 13 mi N of Goldendale, US 97 Cama Beach 1880 S. West Camano Dr., Camano Island Camano Island 14 mi SW of Stanwood, SR 532  Cape Disappointment 2.5 mi SW of Ilwaco  Columbia Hills MP 85 W of Goldendale, SR 14  Conconully 22 mi NW of Omak, US 97  Curlew Lake 10 mi NE of Republic, SR 21  Daroga 18 mi N of East Wenatchee, US 97  Dash Point 5 mi NE of Tacoma, SR 509  Deception Pass 9 mi N of Oak Harbor, SR 20  Dosewallips 1 mi S of Brinnon, US 101  Fields Spring 4 mi S of Anatone, SR 129  Fort Casey 3 mi S of Coupville, SR 20  Fort Ebey 8 mi S of Oak Harbor, SR 20  Fort Flagler 8 mi NE of Hadlock  Fort Townsend 2 mi S of Port Townsend, SR 20  Fort Worden In the limits of Port Townsend  Grayland Beach 9 mi. S of Westport  Ike Kinswa 4 mi. N of Mossyrock  Illahee 3 mi NE of Bremerton, on Sylvan Way  Jarrell Cove NW end of Harstine Island Joemma Beach 1 mi NW of Longbranch  Kanaskat-Palmer 9 mi NE of Enumclaw  Kitsap Memorial 4 mi S of Hood Canal Bridge, SR 3  Lake Chelan 9 mi W of Chelan, SR 971  Lake Easton 1 mi W of Easton, I-90  Lake Sylvia 1 mi N of Montesano, off US 12  Lake Wenatchee 18 mi W of Leavenworth, SR 207  Larrabee 7 mi S of Bellingham on Chuckanut Dr  Lewis & Clark 12 mi SE of Chehalis, SR 12  Lewis & Clark Trail 4.5 mi E of Waitsburg, SR 12  Lincoln Rock 6 mi N of East Wenatchee, US 2/97  Manchester 6 mi E of Port Orchard, SR 16  Maryhill 12 mi S of Goldendale, US 97  Millersylvania 10 mi S of Olympia  Moran on Orcas Island near Eastsound Mount Spokane 30 mi NE of Spokane, US 2  Nine Mile Recreation Area 12 mi NW of Spokane  Ocean City 1.5 mi N of Ocean Shores, SR 115  Pacific Beach 18 mi N of Ocean Shores, SR 109 Palouse Falls 2 mi E on Palouse Falls Rd, SR 261  Paradise Point 5 mi S of Woodland, I-5  Pearrygin Lake 4 mi NE of Winthrop, SR 20  Penrose Point 3 mi N of Longbranch, SR 302  Potholes 25 mi SW of Moses Lake, SR 262  Potlatch 12 mi N of Shelton, US 101 Rainbow Falls 17 mi W of Chehalis, SR 6  Rasar 6 mi W of Concrete, SR 20  Riverside 6 mi NW of Spokane  Saltwater 2 mi S of Des Moines, SR 509  Scenic Beach 12 mi NW of Bremerton  Schafer 12 mi N of Elma  Seaquest 6 mi E of Castle Rock, SR 504  Sequim Bay 3.5 mi E of Sequim, US 101  Spencer Spit E side of Lopez Island, ferry access Squilchuck 9 mi S of Wenatchee  Steamboat Rock 11 mi S of Electric City Sucia Island 2.5 mi N of Orcas Island, boat access only  Sun Lakes-Dry Falls 7 mi SW of Coulee City, SR 17  Twanoh 8 mi W of Belfair, SR 106  Twenty-five Mile Creek 16 mi NW of Chelan  Twin Harbors 3 mi S of Westport, SR 105  Wallace Falls 2 mi NE of Goldbar  Wanapum 3 mi S of Vantage, I-90  Wenatchee Confluence N end of Wenatchee  Yakima Sportsman 2 mi E of Yakima, I-82  Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission To reserve this group camp or day-use facility, call (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688. P.O. Box 42650 Olympia, WA 98504-2650 (360) 902-8500 ® www.parks.state.wa.us Call the park to reserve this group facility or day-use area. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • © TRAILS AND OTHER PARK FEATURES Commission members: This day-use facility non-reservable­. GENERAL ACTIVITIES Ken Bounds Mark O. Brown Patricia T. Lantz Michael Latimer Steve S. Milner Diana Perez Lucinda S. Whaley Agency director: Don Hoch * Day-use All Washington state parks are developed and maintained for the enjoyment of all people. Legend  Reservation park, reserve online at www.parks.wa.gov or call (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688. GROUP FACILITIES Overnight To request this brochure in an alternative format, please call (360) 902-8844 or the Washington Telecommunications Relay Service at (800) 833-6388. P&R 45-10200-1 (06/18) STATE PARKS WITH CAMPING Upper and lower falls at Wallace Falls State Park 7 miles hiking, 4.5 miles equestrian & 3.5 miles mountain biking trails 3 wildlife viewing platforms, .1 mile ADA trail 28 miles of easy horse trails with moderate hills, most wide enough for horses side by side, 4 riding arenas, 160’ round pen 37 miles of trail along the Spokane River. Multi-use trail great for exercise, relaxation and peace of mind 48 miles ADA, hiking and bike trails; 34 miles equestrian, amphitheater and interpretive activities moderately difficult, paved interpretive trail to cave entrance, guided tours of limestone Gardner cave premier windsurfing sites in the Columbia Gorge 1.7-mile interpretive trail; 12 miles of easy foot trails through old-growth forest, amphitheater, guided walks, 1.5 mile ADA trail shared trails through open fields and along steep, forested hillsides, alcohol is prohibited in the park; 0.25-mile ADA trail 0.5-mile historic walk, 5 miles of lush, forest trail, two vacation houses interpretive trail to all fort buildings; 1.5 miles of hiking trail 1-mile interpretive trail; 3 miles of hiking trails, fossel forest, sits on bluff over the Columbia River, Evidence of the Ice Age Floods one of the nation’s largest public telescopes; CLOSED: the observatory is closed for renovation until June 2019, see website for alternative locations no trails available to the beach 1-mile beach trail, 3 miles of easy trails, 2 miles along forest trail and field loop, part of the Cascadia Marine Trail and offers one campsite 31 miles of trail, runs between Lyle and the Goldendale plateau, the trail is paved in two sections and a section of compact gravel, 2-mile ADA trail 2.5 miles of trails, easy to moderate, 2 mooring buoys, one marine campsite easy hiking trails; bicycling and mountain biking along paved roads and compact dirt paths through natural areas; 1 overnight group camp accommodates 200 for youth groups only, .5 ADA trail 2.9 miles of seasonal hiking trails through dunes, forest to ocean and bay foot trails in the park, 1-mile interpretive trail, whale watching, guided kyak trips good for children, picnic tables, wind screens, kite flying picnicking, interpretive displays and day-use moorage, covered picnic tables offers a spectacular view of the Olympic Mountains, 7 moorage buoys 1.4-mile trail for hiking, bicycling around lake; short, forested, interpretive trail with self–guided brochure at park office, playground 2 miles of moderately difficult hiking trails; 0.50-mile interpretive trail, 0.10-mile ADA trail, good for children 1-mile interpretive trail, good for children, National Heritage Site this is a coastal dune area located on the Long Beach Peninsula camping along trail, not at park, 213-mile trail stretching from Idaho to near North Bend; trail runs through forests, farm land, desert and cities short interpretive trail, 1.6 mile ADA trail, 13 picnic ADA, x-country track meet 1.5 miles of moderately difficult hiking trails, rock climbing 5 miles of trails through ancient forest, 1-mile ADA trail 2.5 miles of moderately difficult hiking trails, mixed paved and sand, 0.50-mile ADA trail, one water trail campsite wheelchair-accessible trails; trails to Lake Washington, gymnasium, large playground, 2 day-use heritage places kayaking and wind surfing are popular activities, gravel parking lot with room for 15 cars, portable toilet 22 miles of trail between Chehalis and PeEll 13 miles of moderately difficult hiking trails; 6 miles of moderately difficult equestrian trails, ADA horse loading ramps, 0.30- mile interpretive trail, good for children narrow, circular road to top, view of three states hiking trails through the park range from easy to moderately difficult, lower shelter has refrigerator, sink, microwave, enclosed with central heat ADA-compliant boat launch with access to near-shore fishing, Marine Trail Site 1.3-mile paved hiking trail, good for children, wheelchair accessible 22 miles of trail between Chehalis and South Bend www.parks.state.wa.us Information General park information, brochures, passes, permits and programs – Call State Parks information center at (360) 902-8844. Fishing – license: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) (360) 902-2464; season openings: (360) 902-2500 Shellfish harvesting – license: WDFW (360) 902-2464; season openings: (866) 880-5431 Reservations Campsites, yurts, cabins and platform tents: www.parks.state.wa.us, (888) CAMPOUT or the Washington Telecommunications Relay Service at (800) 833-6388 Group campsites: Parks with a ® on the chart – www.parks.state.wa.us, (888) CAMPOUT For parks with a © on the chart, call parks directly – numbers available at www.parks.state.wa.us or call (360) 902-8844 Fort Worden: Housing reservations www.fortworden.org or (360) 344-4400 Conference center reservations email conferencecenter@fortworden.org or (360) 344-4400 Fort Townsend: Friends’ Barn reservations:(360) 385-3595 In addition to the parks listed in this brochure, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission also owns and manages ocean beach access areas and a variety of marine parks throughout the state. For more information about state parks, call the information center at (360) 902-8844 or visit www.parks.wa.gov. Retreat centers: For reservations, call (800) 360-4240 or (360) 902-8600; for information, www.parks.state.wa.us/retreatcenters Vacation houses: For reservations, call (800) 360-4240; for other information, call (360) 902-8844 or visit www.parks.state.wa.us/vacationhouses Sam SIf you would like to support Washington State Parks ple 18please consider making a donation when even 0more, renewing your license plate tabs. You also may place 2019 2 S Sample a check in a donation box when you visit state parks. Donations are a significant part of the State Parks budget and are needed to keep your parks open and operating. Thank you, and enjoy. For more info, visit www.parks.wa.gov/donations/ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Ranald MacDonald’s Grave A A B B Camp Ramblewood IDAHO Centennial Trail Riverside/Little Spokane River Nine Mile Recreation Area C Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail Columbia Plateau Trail C Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail South Cle Elum Rail Yard D D Bottle Beach DNR Managed Portion & Active Rail Line Lyons Ferry E Columbia Plateau Trail North Head Lighthouse Monticello Convention Site E Mount St. Helens Visitor Center at Silver Lake Brooks Memorial OREGON F 1 The Discover Pass The Discover Pass allows you to enjoy millions of acres of Washington state-managed recreation lands – including parks, wildlife areas, trails, natural areas, wilderness areas and water-access sites. The Discover Pass is required for motor-vehicle access to recreation lands managed by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. The Discover Pass can be used on either of two vehicles. The fine for not displaying the pass is $99. Buy the Discover Pass: • Online at www.discoverpass.wa.gov • By phone (866) 320-9933 • In person at fishing and hunting license vendors • In person at State Parks headquarters and region offices, automatic pay stations and at state parks when staff is available • When you renew your vehicle license tabs through the Department of Licensing Exemptions The following are exempt from needing the pass: • State Parks overnight visitors renting campsites, vacation houses, yurts, cabins and rustic structures, in the park for the duration of your paid stay. • Sno-Park seasonal permit holders who use a designated Sno-Park between Nov. 1 and March 31. • Qualified disabled veterans and other qualified State Parks pass holders registered through State Parks. • Boaters with appropriate State Parks boat launch permit. • Volunteers who donate 24 hours of service to agencyapproved projects. For more information, visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov or call toll free (866) 320-9933. Camping More than 75 state parks offer tent and RV camping in beautiful and natural settings. The different types of campsites available are: • Standard sites – With nearby domestic water,

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