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The park has 31 standard sites, 41 full hookup sites, 31 with water and electric, five cabins with an adjacent vault toilet, an RV dump station, three restrooms and 10 showers. Maximum site length is 60 feet (may have limited availability).
The Interurban Trail links Tukwila, Kent, Auburn, Algona, and Pacific along a near-straight 14 mile-long alignment following the historic Interurban Rail Line
Bike riders, walkers, joggers, and others enjoy travelling the 11.8 miles of paved surface. The Interurban Trail generally follows the route once used by the Interurban Trolley that ran from downtown Seattle to Everett from 1910 through 1939.
The park offers more than 100 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trail along the route of a historic railroad. Winter sport opportunities are available.
Irondale Beach Park is the former site of the Irondale Mill. This incredible historic park is wonderful to explore. You can see the ruins of the old Mill, and also walk along a beautiful beach.
James Island State Park is a 113-acre marine camping and moorage park with 12, 335 feet of saltwater shoreline on Rosario Strait. The park features a beautiful western view of the San Juan islands from a high bluff along the loop trail.
Jetty Island is a jewel to all who visit its sandy beaches, a rarity in the Pacific Northwest. Visitors often speak of Jetty Island’s untouched natural beauty.
The park has 19 tent spaces and five vault toilets (all ADA). In addition, there are two water trail sites (available only to campers arriving by human-powered watercraft) and two primitive hiker/biker sites (no motorized vehicles permitted).
Enjoy our beautiful and truly unique mountain golf and cross country ski resort, conveniently located between the Bavarian town of Leavenworth, Washington and Stevens Pass Ski Resort.
Kalaloch Beach, located 35 miles south of Forks, Washington, is a wide and sandy stretch along the Pacific coastline.
The park offers visitors a panoramic view of the Palouse region. Keep your eyes open as the park plays host to over 150 bird, mammal and vegetation species. Pack a lunch and spend the day hiking trails or utilizing the day use area!
Escape the ordinary and fly away with Kenmore air to 45 extraordinary Northwest destinations from Seattle. Be in the San Juan Islands or Victoria, BC in under an hour. Fast. Convenient. Stress Free!
Klink’s has created the feel of its own little town, complete with store – offering gift items, clothing, wood, ice, and other camping necessities.
This drive-to beach is a beautiful spot to enjoy the surf and watch shorebirds, eagles and seals.
It provides superb opportunities to view birds, rock formations and waterfalls, along with offering picnicking stops, extensive waterfront access and a children's play center.
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.
Lake Chelan State Park is a 127-acre camping park on the forested south shore of Lake Chelan. The park has 6,000 feet of shoreline, lakeside views and expansive lawns for strolling and playing.
The pristine waters of this deep, glacially carved lake make it an ideal destination for those in search of natural beauty.
The park has 90 tent spaces, 45 utility spaces, two hiker/biker sites, one dump station, four restrooms (three ADA) and four showers (two ADA). All sites are in a wooded setting.
Lake Padden Golf Course is a traditional, inspiring and award-winning 18 hole championship golf course in Bellingham, Washington. The golf course measures 6,575 yards, but plays 5-10% longer than the actual yardage.
Lake Quinault is owned by the Quinault Indian Nation and offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, such as fishing, hiking, and biking.
Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, located in the northeast corner of Washington State, offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities in a diverse natural setting.
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.
Created by the Cowlitz Dam this reservoir is a fishing favorite stocked with rainbow trout.
Lake Sylvia State Park is a quiet, 233-acre camping park with 15,000 feet of freshwater shoreline. The lake is good for fishing, and the rustic charm of the park makes for excellent day outings and group camping trips.
Perched in a spectacular basin at the base of Mount Pilchuck's sheer northern face, sparkling Lake Twentytwo is a stunning sight.
Welcome to Lake Union Charters and Adventures! We are a small charter company that focuses on the Seattle experience.
The park has 155 tent spaces, 42 utility sites, one dump station, seven restrooms and 16 showers. In addition, the park provides two ADA campsites.
Setting & views are spectacular. Walking distance from downtown Chelan.
Larrabee State Park is a 2,683-acre camping park with 8,100 feet of saltwater shoreline on Samish Bay near Bellingham in northwest Washington. The park features two freshwater lakes, coves and tidelands. Sunsets are gorgeous.
The park is part of the Willapa Bay Water Trail. A variety of migratory birds can be seen from fall through spring, including shovelers, brants, pintails, buffleheads and sooty shearwaters.
The Leavenworth Golf Course is a beautiful course that’s not only friendly but fun to play. It is short enough to offer new players a fun experience, and narrow enough to challenge the most experienced players.
Lewis and Clark State Park is a 621-acre camping park situated in one of the last major stands of old-growth forest in the state.
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.
The park provides a designated swimming beach, 200 parking spaces, play equipment, shelters, a BBQ area, campground and seven miles of trail.
Lime Kiln Point is a 36-acre day-use park set on the west side of San Juan Island. The park is considered one of the best places in the world to view whales from a land-based facility. Orca whales are common in the waters off Lime Kiln.
The park has 27 tent spaces, 67 utility spaces, four cabins, one dump site, five restrooms (one ADA) and 14 showers (three ADA). There are 32 full hookup utility sites and 35 have electricity and water. Maximum site length is 65 feet.
A covered viewpoint provides a spectacular look at the Skagit Valley, San Juan Islands, Olympic Mountains and the tulip fields. The north viewpoint opened in the spring of 2005 with a spectacular view of Mount Baker.
In honor of the commemoration of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the combined vision and hard work of a consortium of cities & public agencies has been involved in construction of Discovery Trail since Fall, 2002.