Interpretive Centers

Washington state parks are great places to go for outdoor recreation, but your state parks are also filled with historic and cultural places, along with some of the least-spoiled natural areas in the Northwest. Interpretive and visitor centers are great places to start your exploration by understanding the significant features and history of the state park and area you are visiting. Several state parks feature year-round or seasonal interpretive and visitor centers.

Select a facility below to plan your trip.


  1. Dry Falls Visitor Center

    Browse information on the Dry Falls Visitor Center.

  2. Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center

    Find out more about the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center.

  3. Mount St. Helens Visitor Center

    Browse details on the Mount St. Helens Visitor Center.

  4. North Head Lighthouse

    Browse information on North Head Lighthouse.

  5. Sacajawea Interpretive Center

    Learn about the Sacajawea Interpretive Center.