A visual bombardment at Battery Harvey Allen June 6, 2018 Kathy McConnell, a blog writer and photographer from Kookskooskie, shares her unique visual perspective of the old cannon emplacements and the military remnants of the fort.
Change your altitude at Washington state parks May 23, 2018 Gain a new altitude this summer in a high elevation state park. A number of state parks sit above or just below 5,000 feet and have plentiful vistas and trails. Whether you’re training for a trek or you just like the air up that high, let this week’s Adventure Awaits blog help you plan your next getaway.
Cheers to our volunteers: Celebrating those who make a difference May 02, 2018 Washington State Parks volunteers come from every age group, background and walk of life. What do they all have in common? Every one is pure awesome! Our volunteers are integral to the quality of the state parks experience. Are you ready to answer the call?
Alta Lake State Park: Discover the power of nature
April 18, 2018 Alta Lake State Park is a testament to the power of nature to heal itself. Campers, hikers and anglers alike are rejoicing to see the rebirth of this beloved park after the Carlton Complex Fire. Come discover the beauty, the fun and the inspiration of this gorgeous north central Washington park.
While away a rainy day at an interpretive center April 11, 2018 Washington’s reputation as a rain-soaked state is “moistly” deserved. But just because it’s coming down doesn’t mean you have to hide! A great way to enjoy a rainy day out is to stay inside — at a state parks interpretive center!