Drop-in visitors are always welcome as long as space is available, but reservations offer peace of mind when traveling to distant or popular parks.
If you're planning an overnight trip to a state park during the busy summer months, you can reserve a campsite, yurt, cabin, rustic structure, vacation house, group camp or group day-use facility in more than 60 Washington state parks. Drop-in visitors are always welcome as long as space is available, but reservations offer peace of mind when traveling to distant or popular parks.
Facilities NOT reservable through the Reservation Center
- Environmental Learning Centers - For reservations, call (360) 902-8600 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org;
- Fort Worden - For reservations, visit online or call (360) 344-4431.
- Fort Townsend - For reservations, call Fort Worden (360) 344-4431 or e-mail email@example.com.
- Cama Beach and Camano Island cabins – For reservations, call (360) 387-1550.
- Group facilities in parks not on the central reservation system – Call the park directly to reserve.
Information Center – Reservation Center agents only make reservations; they do not provide trip planning or information services. If you need assistance with trip planning or have questions about Washington state parks, please call the State Parks Information Center at (360) 902-8844 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Rules, regulations and information – For complete rules and regulations, visit online or call the Information Center at (360) 902-8844.