Washington State Parks and the Keepers of the Admiralty Head Lighthouse invite the public to experience Fort Casey Historical State Park at its scariest during the park’s 3rd annual Haunted Fort event on Oct. 20 and 21. Read on...
Washington State Parks maintains nearly 120 piers, docks and floats; more than 340 mooring buoys; hundreds of no-wake and swim-area buoys and 60 boat launches.
These boating and swimming features, along with island toilets and trash receptacles, stretch from the San Juan Islands to the Columbia River, and to the inland lakes of eastern Washington. They require constant maintenance, repair and reconstruction—services provided by the State Parks Marine Crew.
Meet the small team of professional divers and boatmen working tirelessly behind the scenes (in and under the water) to make our state parks great places to play on and in the water.