Are you looking to fit another camping getaway into your schedule before winter comes? Or maybe you didn’t get as much camping in as you wanted since most Washington state parks were booked up this summer.
WA. State Parks is extending the reservation camping season at select parks around the state through Nov. 1. The extension of the season at these select parks is in response to a higher than normal demand for camping at parks across the state due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This extended reservation season will allow you to make a reservation and stay at a state park through Nov. 1. This offer is for 2020 only.
Extended reservations at these select parks include:
- Bay View — campsites and all cabins - Beacon Rock — campsites - Belfair — campsites and cabins - Birch Bay — campsites - Camano Island — campsites and cabins - Cape Disappointment — campsites - Illahee — campsites - Lake Sylvia — campsites - Larrabee — campsites - Manchester — campsites - Millersylvania — camping extended to year-round - Moran — campsites currently open at 50% capacity - Penrose Point — campsites - Potlatch — campsites - Rainbow Falls — campsites - Rasar — campsites and cabins - Scenic Beach — campsites - Sequim Bay — campsites - Spencer Spit — campsites currently open at 50% capacity - Twanoh — campsites - Twin Harbors — campsites
Get more details about each park.
We strongly advise you to make reservations for camping at a state park in advance. This ensures you will have a camping spot when you reach your destination and reduces interactions with staff.
Hurry and plan your next getaway today! There’s still plenty of time to enjoy what’s left of summer into fall. Make your reservation today, or call (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688.