List of Washington state parks

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This is a list of state parks and reserves in the U.S. state of Washington which are part of the Washington State Park System.

Current state parks[edit]

Park name   County   Area   Notes   Photo  
Alta Lake State Park Okanogan County 181 acres (73 ha)  
View of Alta Lake
Anderson Lake State Park Jefferson County 410 acres (170 ha)    
Battle Ground Lake State Park Clark County 280 acres (110 ha)  
Aerial view of Battle Ground Lake State park
Bay View State Park Skagit County 25 acres (10 ha)  
Padilla Bay as seen from Bayview State Park
Beacon Rock State Park Skamania County 4,650 acres (1,880 ha)  
Large rock nearby water
Belfair State Park Mason County 63 acres (25 ha)    
Birch Bay State Park Whatcom County 193 acres (78 ha)    
Blake Island State Park Kitsap County 475 acres (192 ha)  
Blake Island surrounded by water
Blind Island State Park San Juan County 3 acres (1.2 ha)    
Bogachiel State Park Clallam County 123 acres (50 ha)    
Bottle Beach State Park Grays Harbor County 75 acres (30 ha)    
Bridgeport State Park Okanogan County 748 acres (303 ha)    
Bridle Trails State Park King County 482 acres (195 ha) A suburban equestrian park
A tree in a forested area
Brooks Memorial State Park Klickitat County 700 acres (280 ha)    
Cama Beach State Park Island County      
Camano Island State Park Island County 134 acres (54 ha)  
Rocky beach with covered with driftwood
Camp Wooten Retreat Center Columbia County
Cape Disappointment State Park Pacific County 1,882 acres (762 ha) Formerly called Fort Canby, World War I-era naval gun emplacements and bunkers
A lighthouse atop a rocky cliff overlooking water
Centennial Trail State Park Spokane County      
Clark Island State Park San Juan County      
Columbia Hills State Park Klickitat County 3,338 acres (1,351 ha) Formed from the merger of Horsethief Lake and Dalles Mountain Ranch State Parks  
Columbia Plateau Trail State Park Adams County    
A rail trail overlooking a stream in a shallow valley
Conconully State Park Okanogan County 81 acres (33 ha)  
Conconully State Park.jpg
Crawford State Park Pend Oreille County      
Curlew Lake State Park Ferry County 123 acres (50 ha)    
Columbia Park, Kennewick Benton County 400 acres (160 ha)  
Many duck in the Columbia River with a bridge in the distance spanning the river
Cutts Island State Park Pierce County 2 acres (0.81 ha)    
Daroga State Park Douglas County 90 acres (36 ha)    
Dash Point State Park King County 398 acres (161 ha)    
Deception Pass State Park Island County    
A green bridge spanning some water
Dosewallips State Park Jefferson County 425 acres (172 ha)  
Tidal shoreline decorated with spruce trees
Doug's Beach State Park Klickitat County 400 acres (160 ha)    
Eagle Island State Park Pierce County 10 acres (4.0 ha)    
Federation Forest State Park King County 619 acres (251 ha)    
Fields Spring State Park Asotin County 792 acres (321 ha)  
Hills in the distance as viewed from highground
Flaming Geyser State Park King County 480 acres (190 ha) Flaming methane geysers (seeps)
A small flame coming from a cylindrical concrete slab surrounded by rocks
Fort Casey State Park Island County 467 acres (189 ha) World War I-era naval gun emplacements and bunkers
A canon in an embarkment overlooking water
Fort Columbia State Park Pacific County 593 acres (240 ha)  
Historic building on a slight hill
Fort Ebey State Park Island County 645 acres (261 ha)    
Fort Flagler State Park Jefferson County   World War I-era naval gun emplacements and bunkers
Deer grazing on grass in front of historic buildings
Fort Simcoe State Park Yakima County 200 acres (81 ha)  
Wooden structure surrounded by yellow grassland
Fort Townsend State Park Jefferson County 367 acres (149 ha)    
Fort Worden State Park Jefferson County 433 acres (175 ha)  
Historic buildings behind a flag pole
Ginkgo/Wanapum State Park Kittitas County 7,470 acres (3,020 ha) A petrified wood forest
Petrified wood below park signage
Goldendale Observatory State Park Klickitat County 5 acres (2.0 ha) An astronomical observatory
Astronomical telescope being demonstrated
Grayland Beach State Park Pacific County 412 acres (167 ha)    
Griffiths-Priday Ocean State Park Grays Harbor County 364 acres (147 ha)    
Harstine Island State Park Mason County      
Hope Island State Park (Mason County) Mason County 106 acres (43 ha)    
Hope Island State Park (Skagit County) Skagit County 200 acres (81 ha)    
Ike Kinswa State Park Lewis County 454 acres (184 ha)    
Illahee State Park Kitsap County 75 acres (30 ha)  
Small beach as seen through a higher vantage point obscurbed by trees
Iron Horse State Park Kittitas County, | King County 1,612 acres (652 ha)  
Cross country skiers on a snow covered path between trees
James Island State Park San Juan County 117 acres (47 ha)    
Jarrell Cove State Park Mason County 43 acres (17 ha)    
Joemma Beach State Park Pierce County 122 acres (49 ha)    
Jones Island State Park San Juan County 190 acres (77 ha)    
Joseph Whidbey State Park Island County 112 acres (45 ha)    
Kanaskat-Palmer State Park King County 320 acres (130 ha)  
Rapids of the Green River near pebble beaches
Kinney Point State Park Jefferson County 76 acres (31 ha)    
Kitsap Memorial State Park Kitsap County 58 acres (23 ha)    
Kopachuck State Park Pierce County 109 acres (44 ha)    
Lake Chelan State Park Chelan County      
Lake Easton State Park Kittitas County 516 acres (209 ha)  
Lake Easton with a distant beach on the opposite side
Lake Isabella State Park Mason County      
Lake Sammamish State Park King County 512 acres (207 ha)  
Picnic tables on a grassy field near a large lake
Lake Sylvia State Park Grays Harbor County      
Lake Wenatchee State Park Chelan County 489 acres (198 ha)  
A lake as it encounters foothills covered in trees
Larrabee State Park Whatcom County 2,683 acres (1,086 ha)  
A steep rocky coastline covered in trees
Leadbetter Point State Park Pacific County      
Lewis and Clark State Park Lewis County 621 acres (251 ha)  
Informational sign by a large Douglar Fir tree
Lewis and Clark Trail State Park Columbia County 37 acres (15 ha)    
Lime Kiln Point State Park San Juan County 36 acres (15 ha) A facility for orca whale research
A small lighthouse on a rocky near a rocky coastline
Lincoln Rock State Park Chelan County 80 acres (32 ha)    
Loomis Lake State Park Pacific County      
Manchester State Park Kitsap County 111 acres (45 ha)    
Maryhill State Park Klickitat County 99 acres (40 ha)    
Matia Island State Park San Juan County 145 acres (59 ha)    
McMicken Island State Park Mason County 11.5 acres (4.7 ha)    
Millersylvania State Park Thurston County 842 acres (341 ha)  
Calm lake with trees on the opposite side in the distance
Moran State Park San Juan County 5,000 acres (2,000 ha)  
A small pier into Mountain Lake
Mount Pilchuck State Park Snohomish County 1,893 acres (766 ha)  
A small structure on a rocky summit
Mount Spokane State Park Spokane County 13,919 acres (5,633 ha)  
A wooded mountain in the distance
Mystery Bay State Park Jefferson County 10 acres (4.0 ha)    
Nolte State Park King County 117 acres (47 ha)    
Obstruction Pass State Park San Juan County 80 acres (32 ha) [1]  
Ocean City State Park Grays Harbor County 170 acres (69 ha)    
Olallie State Park King County    
Snoqualmie River flowing through a heavily wooded area
Olmstead Place State Park Kittitas County 217 acres (88 ha)    
Osoyoos Lake State Park Okanogan County 47 acres (19 ha)    
Pacific Beach State Park Grays Harbor County 10 acres (4.0 ha)    
Pacific Pines State Park Pacific County    
A small trail through a field with high grass and small shrubs
Palouse Falls State Park Franklin County, Whitman County 105 acres (42 ha)  
A sign stating "Palouse Falls State Park" in an arid landscape
Paradise Point State Park Clark County 88 acres (36 ha)    
Patos Island State Park San Juan County 207 acres (84 ha)  
A lighthouse in the distance on the Patos Island
Peace Arch State Park Whatcom County 20 acres (8.1 ha) A peace memorial on the United States-Canada border
A white stone arch in a grassy lawn in front of a line of automobiles
Pearrygin Lake State Park Okanogan County 696 acres (282 ha)    
Penrose Point State Park Pierce County 152 acres (62 ha)    
Peshastin Pinnacles State Park Chelan County 34 acres (14 ha)    
Pleasant Harbor State Park Jefferson County 425 acres (172 ha)    
Posey Island State Park San Juan County 1 acre (0.40 ha)    
Potholes State Park Grant County 640 acres (260 ha)  
Aerial view of a large reservoire surrounded by fields
Potlatch State Park Mason County      
Rainbow Falls State Park Lewis County 139 acres (56 ha)    
Rasar State Park Skagit County 169 acres (68 ha)    
Reed Island State Park Clark County 510 acres (210 ha)    
Riverside State Park Spokane County 10,000 acres (4,000 ha)  
A stream of water in front curving around some large boulders
Rockport State Park Skagit County 670 acres (270 ha)  
Densely populated greenery in a forest
Rothschild House State Park Jefferson County      
Sacajawea State Park Franklin County 284 acres (115 ha)  
A museum building surrounded by trees
Saint Edward State Park King County 316 acres (128 ha)  
A dense forest with shrubs
Saltwater State Park King County 87.4 acres (35.4 ha)  
Picnic tables on a lawn surrounded by a steep rocky beach
Scenic Beach State Park Kitsap County 88 acres (36 ha)    
Schafer State Park Mason County 119 acres (48 ha)    
Seaquest State Park Cowlitz County 475 acres (192 ha)    
Sequim Bay State Park Clallam County 92 acres (37 ha)    
Shine Tidelands State Park Jefferson County 13 acres (5.3 ha)    
Skagit Island State Park Skagit County 24 acres (9.7 ha)    
Skull Island State Park San Juan County      
South Whidbey State Park Island County 347 acres (140 ha)  
A black and white image of a large cedar looking up from the ground
Spencer Spit State Park San Juan County 138 acres (56 ha)  
Spring Creek Hatchery State Park Skamania County   [2]  
Squak Mountain State Park King County 1,545 acres (625 ha)  
View from the top of a tall hill overlooking more hills
Squilchuck State Park Chelan County 228 acres (92 ha)    
Steamboat Rock State Park Grant County 3,522 acres (1,425 ha)  
Large plateau separated from the viewer by some water
Steptoe Battlefield State Park Whitman County 4 acres (1.6 ha)    
Steptoe Butte State Park Whitman County 150 acres (61 ha)  
Small paved road approaching a hill surrounded by fields
Stretch Point State Park Mason County      
Stuart Island State Park San Juan County 85 acres (34 ha)    
Sucia Island State Park San Juan County    
Sail boats anchored off a beach covered with driftwood
Sun Lakes State Park Grant County 4,027 acres (1,630 ha)  
High point view of a body of water surrounded by steep cliffs
Tolmie State Park Thurston County 105 acres (42 ha)    
Triton Cove State Park Jefferson County 29 acres (12 ha)    
Turn Island State Park San Juan County 35 acres (14 ha) Part of San Juan Islands National Wildlife Refuge  
Twanoh State Park Mason County 182 acres (74 ha)    
Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park Chelan County 235 acres (95 ha)    
Twin Harbors State Park Grays Harbor County 172 acres (70 ha)    
Upright Channel State Park San Juan County 20 acres (8.1 ha)    
Wallace Falls State Park Snohomish County 4,735 acres (1,916 ha)  
A large waterfall flowing between green forests
Wenatchee Confluence State Park Chelan County 197 acres (80 ha)    
West Hylebos State Park King County      
Westhaven State Park Grays Harbor County 79 acres (32 ha) [3]  
Westport Light State Park Grays County 212 acres (86 ha)    
Yakima Sportsman State Park Yakima County 247 acres (100 ha)    

Former state parks[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Obstruction Pass". Washington State Parks. Retrieved December 4, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Spring Creek Hatchery". Washington State Parks. Retrieved December 4, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Westhaven". Washington State Parks. Retrieved December 4, 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c d "New idea floated for state park", Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, March 26, 2006

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