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Enjoy a festival, join a fun run, tour an interpretive site, or just make your own celebration with a family picnic or camping trip. Choose from dozens of activities and events throughout the year. You can submit your state park event via email to get it placed on the calendar. The Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to Washington state parks and state-managed recreation lands. For more information, visit the Discover Pass website.

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  1. Calendar Overlay Cama Beach State Park (1)
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  3. Calendar Overlay Lake Easton State Park (2)

Cama Beach State Park

  1. The Great Northwest Glass Quest at Cama Beach and Camano Island State Parks

    February 12, 2021, 8:00 AM - February 21, 2021, 6:00 PM

    We are happy to announce that Cama Beach and Camano Island State Parks will be participating in the Great Northwest Glass Quest this year! Enjoy a socially-distanced day of hiking while searching for small plastic clue balls on our trails. If you find one, you will win a limited-edition hand-blown glass treasure!

    Clue balls will only be hidden on certain trails (see below link for maps), they will never be near any buildings, and will never be on the beach at Cama Beach State Park. They will be hidden within arm's reach of the trail and at least 1/4 of the ball will be visible. You need only your eyes to look; please do not disturb any vegetation.

    Please visit the link to the Great Northwest Glass Quest website for more information.

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Goldendale Observatory State Park

  1. Goldendale Observations: The Why's and How's of Telescopes

    February 21, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Washington State Parks YouTube Channel

    Join Parks Interpretive Specialist Troy Carpenter for our #GoldendaleObservations virtual programming streaming live from Goldendale Observatory State Park Heritage Site. Telescopes come in many shapes and sizes. Learn how they work and how we use them. (This episode could help people who are shopping for telescopes as well.)
    The #GoldendaleObsertvations programs will be moderated, and participants are encouraged to post questions in the comments section of the YouTube Live video. Those who are unable to watch the videos in real time will be able to view them afterwards on the State Parks’ YouTube channel. You don’t need to log-in or have a YouTube account to watch the #GoldendaleObservations programs. However, you do need to log in if you wish to post comments.

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Lake Easton State Park

  1. Guided snowshoe hikes

    February 21, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    Groups will meet at the park’s boat ramp parking lot. Note that restrooms are located in the day use parking lot. Participants should arrive early to prepare for the 11 a.m. departure. Bring snowshoes, trekking poles, layered clothing, boots, snacks and water. Lake Easton interpretive staff will lead hikes up to 2 miles long on moderate terrain. These 90-minute snowshoe hikes are family-friendly and accessible to beginners. Guides will share tidbits on natural history, snowshoeing basics and safety information along the way. Reservations are required. Participants must wear face coverings and practice social distancing with people outside their household during the hikes. For more information and to reserve a spot, please call (509) 925-1943. If snow is not sufficient for snowshoeing, a boot hike will be offered. Cancellations may occur due to road closures or other winter access issues.

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  2. Guided snowshoe hikes

    February 21, 2021, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

    Groups will meet at the park’s boat ramp parking lot. Note that restrooms are located in the day use parking lot. Participants should arrive early to prepare for the 11 a.m. departure. Bring snowshoes, trekking poles, layered clothing, boots, snacks and water. Lake Easton interpretive staff will lead hikes up to 2 miles long on moderate terrain. These 90-minute snowshoe hikes are family-friendly and accessible to beginners. Guides will share tidbits on natural history, snowshoeing basics and safety information along the way. Reservations are required. Participants must wear face coverings and practice social distancing with people outside their household during the hikes. For more information and to reserve a spot, please call (509) 925-1943. If snow is not sufficient for snowshoeing, a boot hike will be offered. Cancellations may occur due to road closures or other winter access issues.

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