Wildfires are impacting public lands statewide. Most state parks remain open at this time. Please see the list below for park closures or visit our alert center to learn more about conditions affecting specific parks. You will also find information on our park pages.
The statewide burn ban for WA State Parks has been lifted. The change comes as a result of increased rainfall and shifting weather conditions. Please note that burn restrictions from local jurisdictions may still be in place. Check individual park pages for alerts before heading out!”
State Parks Information Links
- Brooks Memorial -- Back country trails closed until further notice
- Camp Wooten -- Closed until further notice
- Columbia Hills -- Crawford Oakes trail system closed until further notice
- Pearrygin State Park -- Park open. Group camp closed until further notice.
- Riverside State Park
- Lake Spokane campground closed until further notice. Day-use area, including boat launch and swimming area are open.
- Sun Lakes ELC -- Closed until Spring 2022
- Twenty-Five Mile Creek - Campground closed until further notice. Day-use area and boat launch are open.
- Yakima Sportsman -- Undeveloped areas and trails closed until further notice
Conconully State Park is OPEN. A firefighter camp will be stationed for approximately two weeks in the park's day-use area beginning Sept. 2,
Please visit our reservations website or call 1-888-CAMPOUT (1-888-226-7688) for more information on reservations.