Due to high levels of a naturally occurring form of blue-green algae toxin, Anderson Lake is closed to all water-related activities, including fishing. All people, pets and horses should avoid contact or consumption of lake water. The park is still open...
Beacon Rock will open for technical rock climbing starting July 15, 2017 at 7:00am. The Peregrine Falcons have fledged and the areas from the southeast, south, southwest and west faces will be open for technical rock climbing. The northwest face with the...
Seasons are subject to closure by the Department of Health for marine biotoxins. Please check the following links to determine closures or season changes
Currently there is no water at the West Campground and the West Restroom is closed until further notice, due to a water leak. A vault toilet is temporarily available for use. Once the leak is located and repaired, water to the campground will be...
Moorage and rafting limits on the two South End Buoys are restricted to 36 feet. Boats 37-feet and longer are prohibited from using these buoys. Limits are posted on the buoys.
RV Dump is closed until further notice. The issues will require equipment and staff to be scheduled for troubleshooting and repairs. The dump station is expected to be closed for up to four weeks.
Fires are not permitted at anytime.
For updated burn ban information at Eastern Washington state parks, view the burn ban list.
For updated burn ban information at Northwest Washington state parks, view the burn ban list.
For updated burn ban information at Southwest Washington state parks, view the burn ban list.
Camano Island State Park North Beach area is temporarily closed until June 30th while crews are working on repairing the roadway. There will be no pedestrians or vehicles allowed at this time.
The North Head Lighthouse will be under construction until further notice. Access to the interior of the lighthouse for tours and weddings will not be available, but the grounds will remain open.
Use caution when recreating on the Spokane River Centennial Trail west of the Barker Road Trailhead (approximately milepost 6.5 to 7.5). The pavement is damaged from flooding that occurred earlier in the season and is sagging and irregular in a number of...
Users of the CPT Trail between Mile Post 162 and Mile Post 163 will encounter large rocks on the trail as well as some flooding. The trail is still passable but users should exercise caution. Cleanup of this area will occur once the area is stable enough...
Higher than normal ground water continues to seep and soak campsites at Conconully. Some reserved campsites are affected by the high water table, affected reserved campers are being contacted by park staff as needed. Selected reservable sites have been...
No Fires Allowed at any Time.
Oyster Season open year round.Clam Season open year round.Seasons are subject to closure by the Department of Health for marine biotoxins. Please check the following links to determine closures or season changes.
There is no dock access to Doe Island until further notice. The pilings and dock were removed due to storm damage.
Usually there are 3 buoys available, however due propeller strikes in the last few months, two have been lost. The additional 2 buoys will be replaced some time late summer.
Trails are closed due to downed trees from a significant storm this past winter. We are working hard to clear the trails. If you would like to help you can contact the Washington Trails Association at Jen@wta.org.
The Commanding Officer's Historic House is closed until further notice.
The North/ Port Townsend side boat launch in Fort Flagler has been closed due to exposed rebar that poses a safety hazard to vehicles and boat trailers. The South/Kilisut Harbor boat launch is still open and available for use.
Seasons are subject to closure by the Department of Health for marine biotoxins. Please check the following links to determine closures or season changes.
Alcohol is not permitted at Fort Simcoe State Park. This policy is strictly enforced throughout the park, including reserved picnic shelters.
The Fort Worden boat launch is open on a limited basis. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended due to drifting sand on the launch.Following are other boat launches and ramps available in the vicinity of Fort Worden:• Boat Haven Marina in Port...
The air conditioning unit at the Goldendale Observatory is currently not working. Staff is working to have this system repaired prior to Friday, June 30, 2017. If the system is not repaired prior to Friday, June 30 box fans will be used to assist with...
Beginning in 2017, Goldendale Observatory State Park is undergoing significant renovations with the construction of an almost entirely new and larger facility. Operating schedule disruption is possible; please check the website or call for details.
Fires are not permitted at anytime and there are no barbecue facilities available.
Pets are not allowed on the island.
The Main Camp Loop, sites 1 thru 41, is closes for the season on 9-30-2016. These sites will not be available for first come, first serve.
The Iron Horse Trail-Yakima Training Center section will be closed due to military activity on the following dates: June 1 thru July 2, 2017 and August 1 thru August 15, 2017. All down range recreation and the John Wayne Trail will be closed.
The water reserve is currently out until further notice.
Shellfish harvesting in the park is closed until further notice. Clam and oyster populations have declined and are insufficient for harvesting.
Swale Canyon closed due to high fire danger effective 7/5/17 until further notice
Oyster Season March 1 to July 31Clam Season June 1 to July 31 Seasons are subject to closure by the Department of Health for marine biotoxins. Please check the following links to determine closures or season changes.
Kopachuck State Park is open for day-use only. Due to hazardous trees in the forest, the campground area is closed permanently.
Fire Ban-Level 2 - Wood fires restricted to select designated areas; gas, propane and charcoal allowed
By order of the Bureau of Reclamation, this park is closed to metal detecting indefinitely.
Lake Wenatchee - Metal Detecting no longer allowed.
Equestrian Area Will Open Partially on Friday June 23. The Equestrian Area - Boundary Line Trail will remain closed due to extremely wet and unsafe trail conditions. The equestrian campsites will be open on a first come, first served basis.
The Jackson House and the surrounding park area will be closed through mid-May 2017 while State Parks makes much-needed improvements and historically accurate upgrades. This work is the first phase of a two-phase capital improvement project that will...
Four primitive camping sites located adjacent to the river at Lewis and Clark Trail State Park are still closed indefinitely due to flooding. When ground conditions improve repairs will be made.
The swim beach at Square Lake has been closed due to high levels of E. coli bacteria in the water. The park will remain open for day use during the beach closure. The Square Lake State Park Property is approximately 13 miles from Manchester State Park....
Currently, the Irrigation system at Maryhill State Park is not working. With hot temperatures, it is likely that visitors may notice vegetation drying out and possibly turning brown. Staff is working diligently to repair the system, but no exact date is...
The day use showers at Maryhill State Park are inoperative. There is no estimated reopening date at this time.
In case of government shutdown, services at Washington State Park Marine Parks will be closed. All restrooms will be closed and not serviced until after a budget has been passed and Washington State Parks are fully open again. Although we do not recommend...
There are currently 4 portable toilets available at the summit. There are multiple stops along the way for restrooms, please plan accordingly.The Summit Learning Center is being rebuilt at the top of Mount Constitution as well. It has been demolished...
Please be advised that current trail conditions include compact snow and ice on the trail to the lookout. Please use extra caution and plan accordingly. Hikers are advised to have proper outdoor attire, including sturdy hiking boots and plenty of food...
The boat pumpout at Mystery Bay will be temporarily out of service until further notice.
The Mystery Bay pumpout is currently out of service but is expected to be back in service after the first week in June.
The composting toilet is being replaced at Obstruction Pass State in the main parking area. During this time there will portable toilets available in the mai parking area, as well as the toilets in the camping area for guests.
Hiking access to both Dirty Harry’s Balcony and Summit will be temporarily closed beginning July 5, 2015 due to heavy equipment operations to decommission old forest roads and to renovate area trails. The Far Side Trailhead will remain open during...
The boat sewage pumpout at Orondo River Park has been removed. Daroga State Park has a portable toilet dump station but there are now no boat pumpouts near Orondo.
Parking at Palouse Falls State Park is limited during high-use periods, such as weekends and holidays. Turnaround for vehicles with trailers and RVs is very difficult during these times. We recommend visitors avoid bringing vehicles to the park during...
Please be advised that venturing beyond the designated viewing area trails at the park is risky. We have posted warning signs at many locations in the park warning people of the risk. Travel beyond these signs is on unmarked, potentially hazardous trails...
The Port of Allyn's pumpout on the Allyn dock was damaged by a boat and is out of service until further notice.
A portion of the trail has collapsed east of Pe Ell, along the lake.
The staff at Saltwater State Park are aware of the situation and are working to get it fixed. Please call Dash Point State Park until the phones have been fixed at Saltwater (253)661-4955
Fires are not permitted at anytime in campground. Fires are permitted in fire pits in the day-use area when a burn ban is not in place.
Trails north of Satsop River closed until further notice Concerns for public safety prompted State Parks staff to close the East and West Loop trails, north of the Satsop River. Several large diameter trees have fallen across the trails. The trails will...
The Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) is now open. The road to the moorage dock is temporarily closed as we complete construction. Visitors coming by land can access the dock area by parking on the campground side in the day use area. Walk to the moorage dock...
The trail is closed at South Whidbey State Park until further notice. Work will begin on repair in the late spring/ early summer. Please check back to see the status of the trail closure throughout the summer.
Our bathroom is getting renovated! Our campground restroom is closed for renovation through July. We will have port-a -potties available at the campground restroom location for campers.
Water is still accessible at Spencer Spit State Park during the construction.
By order of the Bureau of Reclamation, the park is closed to metal detecting indefinitely.
Fires are not permitted at any time.
No fires are allowed at any time.
Water is now available again in Sucia Island State Park.
The Twanoh group camp is closed for the season due to access road damage.
The Schafer Road Ocean Beach Approach is permanently closed. The Bonge Road Ocean Beach Approach is typically open with occasional closures in the winter due to erosion issues.
Campsites 86 through 190, on the east side of Highway 105, have been permanently closed. State Parks stewardship staff completed an assessment of the trees in this area at Twin Harbor State Park and discovered conditions that could present a...
Due to recent bear activity in the Wallace Lake and Jay Lake vicinity, the campsites will be closed until further notice. Contact Wallace Falls State Park staff at 360-793-0420 with any questions.
Effective immediately, parking for access to Wallace Falls State Park on Ley Road will no longer be available. The City of Gold Bar has closed the road to parking. The Sheriff’s office will be issuing citations to vehicles parked on Ley Road. At this...