State Parks sprouts brand new cabins for overnighters!

Have you heard? State Parks has been growing new cabins!



Since 2015, State Parks has added 34 new cabins to its inventory, giving visitors more overnight options. For years, State Parks has been adding cabins, yurts and other roofed accommodations to meet a variety of guests’ needs. Visitors also may stay in a variety of historic vacation houses at various parks.

The new cabins are at Dosewallips, Dash Point, Belfair, Deception Pass, Twin Harbors and Ike Kinswa state parks.
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State Parks and the Chelan County Public Utility District also celebrated completion of eight brand new cabins constructed by the PUD at Lincoln Rock State Park, near Wenatchee. Chelan PUD owns and State Parks manages this beautiful park along the Columbia River.

State Parks continues to expand its cabin program through funding requests and also by building relationships with partners interested in investing in park-appropriate lodgings, cabins and other recreation-aligned concession services for visitors.