Crawford State Park is a 49-acre, forested day-use park featuring Gardner Cave, the third longest limestone cavern in Washington.
Curlew Lake State Park is a 123-acre camping park, eight miles from the Stone Rose public fossil dig and the charming gold rush town of Republic.
Cutts Island is a two-acre marine park situated on Carr Inlet. During low tide, the island has a very nice sand beach.
Daroga State Park is a 90-acre camping park with 1.5 miles of Columbia River shoreline on the elevated edge of the desert scablands.
Dash Point State Park is situated on Puget Sound in Western Washington and is a popular destination for water recreation.
Deception Pass State Park is a 4,134-acre marine and camping park with 77,000-feet of saltwater shoreline, and 33,900-feet of freshwater shoreline on three lakes.
Doe Island State Park is a quiet 7-acre marine moorage and camping park with 2,049-feet of saltwater shoreline just southeast of Orcas Island.
Dosewallips State Park is a 425-acre, year-round camping park with 5,500-feet of saltwater shoreline on Hood Canal and 5,400-feet of freshwater shoreline on either side of the Dosewallips River.
Doug's Beach State Park is a 400-acre, undeveloped day-use park on the Columbia River.
Eagle Island is a 10-acre marine park with 2,600-feet of saltwater shoreline. The island sits on Balch Passage between McNeil and Anderson Islands in South Puget Sound.
Federation Forest State Park is a day-use natural area with 619-acres of old growth evergreens.
Fields Spring State Park is a 792-acre, forested park open year round. Located in the Blue Mountains of Southeastern Washington, the park is approximately 30 miles south of Clarkston on Highway 129 near Anatone.
Flaming Geyser State Park is a 480-acre day-use park with more than three miles of freshwater shoreline on the Green River.
Fort Casey State Park is a 467-acre marine camping park with a lighthouse and sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Fort Columbia State Park is a 593-acre day-use historical park located at the Chinook Point National Historic Landmark and along 6,400-feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River.
Fort Ebey State Park, a 645-acre camping park on Whidbey Island, was originally built as a coastal defense fort in World War II.
Fort Flagler State Park is a 784-acre marine camping park surrounded on three sides by 19,100-feet of saltwater shoreline.
Fort Simcoe State Park is a 200-acre, day-use heritage park in south central Washington on the Yakama Indian Nation Reservation.
This 367-acre marine camping park features 3,960-feet of saltwater shoreline on Port Townsend Bay.
Fort Worden State Park and Conference Center is a 434-acre multi-use park with over two miles of saltwater shoreline and a wide variety of services and facilities.
Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park is a 7,470-acre park with year-round camping at Wanapum recreational area.
Goldendale Observatory is a 5-acre educational facility and certified Dark Sky Park on a 2,100-foot elevation hilltop 2 miles north of downtown Goldendale.
Grayland Beach State Park is a 412-acre, year-round, marine camping park with 7,449-feet of spectacular ocean frontage, just south of the town of Grayland.