Flaming Geyser State Park

Flaming Geyser State Park is a 480-acre day-use park with more than three miles of freshwater shoreline on the Green River. The park's most unique feature is its geysers, methane seeps. The Green River is popular for rafting and other summer activities. There is an area for remote-control model-airplane flying.

Geyser Non-functional: 
The historic Flaming Geyser is no longer lit due to the depletion of its methane source.

Discover Pass: A Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to state parks for day use. For more information about the Discover Pass and exemptions, please visit the Discover Pass web page.

Automated pay station: This park is equipped with an automated pay station for visitors to purchase a one-day or annual Discover Pass.
  1. Activities
  2. History
  3. Maps

Picnic & Day-Use Facilities
Five picnic shelters without electricity are available first come, first served. Each accommodates about 20 people. There are 200 unsheltered picnic tables.

  • 1 mile of horse trails
  • 4.3 miles of hiking trails
Water Activities & Features
  • Freshwater fishing
  • Swimming
  • White-water kayaking
Other Activities & Features
  • Bird watching
  • Four volleyball fields
  • Two fire circles
  • Two sheltered fire circles
  • Wildlife viewing
Interpretive Opportunities
Flaming Geyser and river habitat interpretive walks lead by a park ranger are usually available with one week's advance request for groups of 10 - 20 people. There is a self-guided, ADA accessible Salmon Interpretive Trail.

Additional Information
  • There is a remote-control, model-airplane flying area in the park.
  • Open lawns are available for softball and other lawn games.
  • A 25-acre open field is available for equestrian use.
  • October through December the Salmon Interpretive Trail and the walkway on the Flaming Geyser Bridge offer excellent opportunity to view wild salmon spawning areas.
  • A recreational license is required for fishing and shellfish harvesting at Washington state parks. For regulations, fishing season information, or to purchase a recreational license, visit the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.