Washington has a network of 124 developed State Parks with lakes, beaches, forests, hiking trails, historical landmarks, heritage sites, interpretive centers and much more.

The Washington State Park System has 12 historical houses, 12 day-use facilities, 3 conference centers and numerous cabins, and yurts — all available to rent.

Your State Parks include 8 coastal military forts that abound in historical features like gun batteries, a hot air balloon hangar, an explosives lab and a torpedo storehouse.

Our Cool Tools to Explore Your Parks

Find Your Park

See all of your Washington State Parks on our handy interactive map, and sort by activity as well as location.

Take a Virtual Tour

Want to see what your State Parks look like? Check out our collection of panoramic images that you control.

Photo Contest

See photographs taken by other State Park enthusiasts, and submit your own. Maybe yours will be a winner!

Calendar of Events

Find events at parks across the state. Free days, festivals, nature walks and more.