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  1. 14-055 State Parks seeks public input on two proposals for Mount Spokane

    The public is invited to comment on two proposals for Mount Spokane State Park. The proposals are for the expansion of the ski area and to determine formal land classifications for the PASEA. Read on...
  2. 14-054 State Parks releases next generation of mobile app, new Walk in the Park GeoChallenge

    State Parks announces the release of the new and improved Pocket Ranger® mobile app and the kick-off of the new 'Walk in the Park' GeoChallenge. Read on...
  3. 14-053 Campfire burn ban lifted for western Washington state parks

    Effective immediately: Campfires are allowed in approved fire pits in western Washington state parks. Some parks may continue to have campfire restrictions. Read on...
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  1. State Parks - Subway Promotion
    Washington State Parks is partnering with SUBWAY® restaurants for the second year in a row to promote Washington's great outdoors. This year, the State Parks and SUBWAY® restaurants partnership, Walk in the Park, runs through Sept. 30 and rewards Discover Pass holders in all 435 SUBWAY® restaurants located in 16 counties throughout Western Washington. 

    Anyone who visits participating SUBWAY® restaurants and shows their Discover Pass through Sept. 30 will receive a voucher for a free regular six-inch sandwich with the purchase of a regular six-inch sandwich of equal or greater value and a 30 oz. drink. 

    More info.

What's New

  1. State Parks Campfire Restrictions 
    Updated: Aug. 21, 2014

    With dry conditions and a high potential for wildfires across the state, some parks may have restrictions or outright bans on campfires. Park managers have the discretion to restrict campfires if they believe there's a risk. We appreciate your cooperation!
    To stay informed on changes, visit individual park pages and please read our social media sites for news about how wildfires might be affecting state parks.


    For updates on road closures, check WSDOT's Travel Alerts.

    For the latest wildfire information, visit the Incident Information System.

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