Introduction to Washington state parks

Some generalities about Washington state parks, known for trails, mountains, etc, then list them out.

walking on the sand at Dash Point State Park

Dash Point State Park

Park Address: 5700 SW Dash Point Rd, Federal Way, WA 98023

Park Description: The trails in the park are popular with runners.

Dash Point State Park Visitors Guide

walking by the water at Kinney Point State Park

Kinney Point State Park

Park Address: Nordland, WA 98358

Park Description: The park sits on 683 feet of shoreline at the south end of Marrowstone Island and has no upland access.

Kinney Point State Park Visitors Guide

helicopter view of Palouse Falls State Park

Palouse Falls State Park

Park Address: Palouse Falls Rd, LaCrosse, WA 99143

Park Description: The state park was created in 1951 following the contribution of several parcels of land by multiple donors. 

Palouse Falls State Park Visitors Guide

sunset on a summer day by the water at Turn Island State Park

Turn Island State Park

Park Address:  20 Cormorant Ln, Friday Harbor, WA 98250

Park Description: The island sits in the San Juan Channel about 900 feet off the eastern edge of San Juan Island

Turn Island Park Visitors Guide 

waterfall going through Wallace Falls State ParkWallace Falls State Park

Park Address: 14503 Wallace Lake Road, Gold Bar, WA 98251

Park Description: The park features three waterfalls, three backcountry lakes, old-growth coniferous forests, rushing mountain rivers and streams.

Wallace Falls State Park Visitors Guide

on a hiking path underneath the Deception Pass Bridge

Deception Pass State Park

Park Address: Strait in Washington State

Park Description: Deception Pass is a strait separating Whidbey Island from Fidalgo Island, in the northwest part of the U.S. state of Washington.

Deception Pass State Park Visitors Guide

waves crashing against the rock walls at Cape Disappointment State Park

Cape Disappointment State Park

Park Address: 244 Robert Gray Dr, Ilwaco, WA 98624

Park Description: The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center sits on a cliff that overlooks the confluence of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean.

Cape Disappointment State Park Visitors Guide