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  1. 15-065 Campfires allowed at Western Washington state parks beginning Sept. 5

    State Parks today announced that campfires will be allowed in state parks in Western Washington and ocean beaches in the Seashore Conservation Area beginning Saturday, Sept. 5. Read on...
  2. 15-064 Ring in autumn at Lake Sylvia Fall Festival, Sept. 19

    The Friends of Schafer and Lake Sylvia (FOSLS) invite the public to the 6th Annual Discover Lake Sylvia Fall Festival at Lake Sylvia State Park from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at Lake Sylvia State Park in Montesano. Read on...
  3. 15-063 Olmstead Place, Kittitas club host the 33rd annual Threshing Bee

    State Parks and the Kittitas Valley Early Iron Club invite the public to the 33rd annual Threshing Bee, running from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 19-20 at Olmstead Place Historical State Park near Ellensburg. Read on...
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  1. Cama Beach State Park
    Cama Beach is located on the southwest shore of Camano Island, facing Saratoga Passage. Cama Beach offers visitors a chance to step back in time to a 1930s-era Puget Sound fishing resort complete with waterfront cedar cabins and bungalows. Visitors can explore the expansive shoreline, gaze at beautiful sunsets, view an array of wildlife, hike or bike the area’s 15 miles of trail, or take in a boating workshop with the Center for Wooden Boats. 
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  1. Eastern Washington wildfires cause some state park closures

    During this unprecedented wildfire season, several state parks in Eastern Washington have been temporarily closed.     

    Travelers are advised that the wildfire situation is volatile, and changes can happen quickly. For safety’s sake, avoid wildfire areas.

    Before heading out to visit, campers should check individual state park pages for wildfire alerts. Campers also may sign up for email alerts for any state park.

    Meanwhile, the statewide ban on campfires continues as underlying conditions remain dry even in areas that have received some rainfall in the past week or so.  

    For more Washington wildfire information, please select a link from below:
    NW Coordination Center
    State Parks Facebook
    Follow the Twitter hashtag: #WAWildfire
    WSDOT map of road closures
    WSDOT Twitter account
    Incident Information System
    Governor's website