Washington State Parks offer a variety of amenities including camping, hiking, boating, picnicking, and more. The park maps below show facilities, campsites, and activities available at the different parks. Some parks have more than one map due to the size of the park or to show details like campsites or hiking trails. All maps are printable. If you're looking for a park map not on this list, please check back. We will add to this library of maps as they are finalized.
Metal detecting maps: We are in the processes of providing separate metal detecting map files for parks that allow this activity. As we get the separate metal detecting maps completed, they will be added to this page and will include the words "metal detecting" in the file name. This is a transition process. During this transition, some park maps that have metal detecting noted on them have MD in the title. For those maps, the area within the park open to metal detecting will be shaded or will have detecting information in the map legend. Additional detecting maps will be posted to this page as they are finalized. Users of metal detectors must register first with Washington State Parks and comply with posted regulations.