Paradise Point State Park
Paradise Point State Park is an 88-acre camping park with 6,180 feet of freshwater shoreline, immediately east of the interstate in Southwest Washington. The park was given its name prior to the construction of I-5. Woodland campsites within the park offer the best buffer from freeway noise.
Paradise Point yurts
Each yurt is 16-feet in diameter by 10-feet high and is furnished with bunk beds that sleep three and a queen-size futon for two. Each yurt has one overhead light, one outlet, and a heater. Bathrooms and showers are nearby. Outside is a picnic table, fire grill, and a small deck that is ADA accessible. An RV pad nearby is available for an additional fee.
Check-in time is 2:30 p.m., check-out time is 11 a.m.
Each yurt can accommodate up to five guests.
- Peak season (all nights) - $69 plus tax per night
- Shoulder & winter season (all nights) - $55 plus tax per night
To make a reservation at this park, visit the reservation website.
- Bed linens are not provided. Campers must bring their own linens and blankets.
- Cooking is not allowed in platform tents, wall tents, teepees, lookouts or yurts. Cooking is allowed only in cabins with kitchenettes.
- Pets are only permitted in designated pet-friendly overnight accommodations for an additional fee.
- Smoking is not allowed inside.
- Washington State Parks pass discounts do not apply to cabins, platform tents, teepees, vacation houses, yurts or other roofed overnight accommodations.
Reservations & cancellations
Unless otherwise noted above, reservations may be made online or by calling (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688. Reservations may be made nine months in advance of the arrival date. The rental fee and non-refundable reservation fee must be paid in full at the time a reservation is made. This holds the rental facility until 1 p.m. on the day after the first reserved night.
Cancellations may be made online or by calling (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688.
Other overnight accommodations
Check out other overnight accommodations available at Washington state parks.