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  1. 16-053 Public invited to review recommendations for Saint Edward Seminary building

    State Parks invites the public to hear about and comment on preliminary staff recommendations for the Seminary property at Saint Edward State Park in Kenmore. The meeting is from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday Aug. 30, at Kenmore City Hall. Read on...
  2. 16-052 Campfires prohibited in all state parks

    Due to extreme heat and dry conditions, campfires are prohibited in all Washington state parks through Sept. 30. This includes charcoal and wood fires. Liquid or propane gas camp stoves with on/off controls are permitted. Read on...
  3. 16-051 State Parks seeks public comment on new directions for Westhaven/Westport Light state parks

    State Parks is holding a workshop to gather feedback from the public on park naming, land classifications and possible concession operations at Westhaven and Westport Light state parks from 6 to 8 p.m., Aug. 31 in Westport. Read on...
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  1. Cama Beach State Park
    Cama Beach is located on the southwest shore of Camano Island, facing Saratoga Passage. Cama Beach offers visitors a chance to step back in time to a 1930s-era Puget Sound fishing resort complete with waterfront cedar cabins and bungalows. Visitors can explore the expansive shoreline, gaze at beautiful sunsets, view an array of wildlife, hike or bike the area’s 15 miles of trail, or take in a boating workshop with the Center for Wooden Boats. 
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  1. Campfires prohibited in all state parks

    The Commissioner of Public Lands has issued a statewide burn ban that prohibits campfires in all Washington state parks. All outdoor burning, including wood and charcoal in State Parks-designated fire pits, is prohibited through Sept. 30.

    What’s allowed?

    Liquid or propane camp stoves—including gas-powered campfire rings—with on/off controls are permitted.

    Read on


    Grab some summer fun at your state parks!

    Washington’s state parks are great places to camp, hike, picnic, fish and swim. Parks also are packed full of fun, educational and entertaining events for people of all ages and interests. Visit our calendar to find out what’s waiting for you!

    Embrace Your Nature this summer at Washington state parks! You’ll be glad you did!