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Doug's beach is a popular windsurfing site and (for those less adventurous) a windsurfing observation site. Picnic tables and shade trees line the shore.
Located on the waterfront, just steps away from the Kitsap Conference Center, the park features five large copper-ringed fountains and wading pools.
A vacation at Lake Chelan promises four seasons worth of memories...deep blue water, 300 days of sunshine, world-class wineries, winter activities, gourmet restaurants, and small-town charm.
The park includes diverse natural wetlands, a large great blue heron rookery and the salmon-bearing Issaquah Creek. The park has one of the largest freshwater beaches in the greater Seattle area.
This park features 154 rustic acres of forest and meadows bordering the East Fork of the Lewis River, with a 3-mile trail system meandering throughout the park.
This 10-acre marine park is reachable by car or boat. The park features 685 feet of saltwater shoreline on Mystery Bay and offers a spectacular view of the Olympic Mountains.
Rattlesnake Lake and Ledge offer hikers and families alike a beautiful alpine swimming hole with grassy shores and incredible views.
Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond is a very popular place to swim, with a bathhouse, roped swimming areas and observation platforms.
Spring Creek Hatchery is a premier windsurfing and kiteboarding site in the Columbia Gorge with views of Mount Hood from the shore. The park sits at the entrance to the Spring Creek National Fish Hatchery which offers tours of the facility.
This forested park is on Nisqually Beach, a few miles from Olympia, the state's capital city. The park offers a variety of beachside activities and an underwater park that contains an artificial reef built in cooperation with scuba divers.
Triton Cove State Park is a 29-acre day-use park with 555 feet of saltwater shore on Hood Canal. This small park provides an ADA-compliant boat launch with access to near-shore fishing. Future plans include possible camping facilities.
Vancouver Lake is great for beginning windsurfing, kayaking and canoeing, and hosts many college and professional rowing (sculling) competitions during the year.
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.
This beautiful park has a western exposure with spectacular sunsets, sandy beaches and a panoramic view of the snow-capped Olympic Mountains.
This summer day-use park is popular for its water activities and grassy lawns on the shore of a small lake. A one-mile hiking path winds around the water.
Shine Tidelands State Park is a 13-acre day-use park with 5,000 feet of tideland along Bywater Bay. At high tide, there is little beach available to the visitor.
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