Recreation & Natural Areas in Seattle

Fort Ebey State Park

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Fort Ebey State Park is located six miles northwest of Coupeville on Whidbey Island. Park activities include camping, picnicking, hiking, interpretation and beachcombing... read more

Turn Island State Park

Turn Island is accessible only by boat off the southern tip of Shaw Island in San Juan County. It has three moorage buoys and is part of the fee-based Marine Parks system. Primitive campsites are available on the island... read more

Sunrise Area

Sunrise lies in the northeastern portion of Mt. Rainier National Park at the end of White River Road. It provides access to hiking, backpacking, mountain climbing, picnicking, camping and viewing exhibits and scenery... read more

Sucia Island State Park

Sucia Island, located north of Orcas Island on the Strait of Georgia, is accessible only by boat. The marine fossil deposits at Fossil Bay are of special interest. Camping, hiking, scuba diving, clamming and crabbing are popular park activities... read more

Stuart Island State Park

Stuart Island State Park is located four miles northwest of San Juan Island in San Juan County... read more

Sol Duc Area

The Sol Duc is one of the larger drainages in the windward Olympic Mountains. The drainage leads eastward into the low northwestern peaks of the peninsula with easy access from Sol Duc Road... read more

Saddlebag Island State Park

Saddlebag Island is accessible only by boat , two miles northeast of Anacortes, in Skagit County. Park activities include primitive camping, picnicking, saltwater fishing, hiking, wildflower viewing and crabbing... read more

Quinault Area

The Quinault General Forest Area lies along the southern boundary of Olympic National Park. Two large drainages comprise this biologically diverse area... read more

Posey Island State Park

Posey Island is accessible only by boat. It is located 1/4 mile from the northwest end of San Juan Island in San Juan County. Camping and wildflower viewing are popular island activities... read more

Paradise Area

This area of Mt. Rainier National Park lies south of the mountain at the snout of the Paradise and Nisqually Glaciers. It is very popular and often crowded during the summer... read more

Patos Island State Park

Patos Island is accessible only by boat NW of San Juan Island in Georgia Strait in San Juan County. It offers primitive camping, picnicking, saltwater fishing, hiking, clam digging, and spring wildflower viewing... read more

Ohanapecosh Area

This area composes the southwestern corner of Mt. Rainier National Park. It lies along State Road 123 in the Upper Ohanapecosh River Valley... read more

Norse Peak Wilderness

Norse Peak Wilderness encompasses 51,000 acres in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest... read more

Noisy Diobsud Wilderness

The Noisy Diobsud Wilderness Area, located in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, was created by the 1984 Washington Wilderness Act and contains 14,100 acres... read more

Mt. Baker Wilderness

The Mt. Baker Wilderness Area, located in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, was created by the 1984 Washington Wilderness Act and contains 117,500 acres. This entire Wilderness lies on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains... read more

Moran State Park

Moran State Park is located on Orcas Island in San Juan County. Favorite park activities are the Environmental Learning Center, nature trails, camping, swimming, boating, fishing and the views from the top of Mount Constitution... read more

Matia Island State Park

Matia Island is a fee-based, marine park located north of Orcas Island and east of Sucia Island that is accessible only by boat It offers primitive camping, picnicking, saltwater fishing, scuba diving, hiking and clam digging... read more

Longmire

The Longmire Area is steeped in history and natural beauty. Visitors to this area will enjoy museum exhibits, interpretive trails and extraordinary scenery... read more

Lime Kiln Point State Park

Lime Kiln Point State Park is located on the west side of San Juan Island in San Juan County. It has a lighthouse, interpretive panels and a viewing platform for whale watching. Other park activities are picnicking and hiking... read more

Lake Crescent Area

This area of Olympic National Park lies in the northwestern corner of the property. The facilities lie along the northern and southern shores of the lake with trails stemming southeastward into the mountains... read more
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