State Parks in Washington

Do you have a favorite state park?  Jesse Tam, exploring your state park in the greater Seattle-Puget Sound regions of Washington. There’s still time to make reservations or plan a day trip to your local state parks in recognition of the 22nd anniversary of national Park Lands Day.  It is the largest single day volunteer effort for public lands. The State Park “free day” are allowing free access to all Washington state parks on Sept. 26.

No Discover Passes will be needed on Saturday, Sept. 26 for day use visitors.  ‘Free days’ apply only to vehicles, not overnight stays or rented facilities.  Enjoy an afternoon hike or view the changing landscapes of fall during this time.  Experience history from the Ice Age Floods to the early 1920’s at Sacagawea State Historical Park near Pasco at Heritage Days event from Sept. 25-26.

19-067 Celebrate Heritage Days at Sacagawea Historical State Park

Here is a List of Washington State Parks:

  • Battle Ground
  • Beacon Rock
  • Birch Bay
  • Cape Disappointment
  • Deception Pass
  • Flaming Geyser
  • Fort Casey
  • Fort Flagler
  • Fort Worden
  • Iron Horse/Hyak
  • Kitsap Memorial
  • Lake Chelan
  • Lake Sammamish
  • Lake Wenatchee
  • Larrabee
  • Millersylvania
  • Moran
  • Mount Spokane
  • Olallie
  • Riverside
  • Saint Edward
  • Saltwater
  • South Whidbey
  • Sun Lakes
  • Twanoh
  • Wallace Falls
  • Wenatchee Confluence
  • Westhaven
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