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List of state parks reopening May 5

 
Series: Coronavirus | Story 77

Last updated 5/15/2020 at 11:18am

Gov. Jay Inslee has extended the stay-at-home order through May 31, but announced some easing of restrictions, such as opening state parks for day-use on May 5. Following is a list state parks reopening May 5 for day-use recreation, followed by a list of parks that will remain closed until further notice.

PARKS REOPENING MAY 5

Alta Lake

Battle Ground Lake

Bay View

Belfair

Birch Bay

Blake Island

Blind Island

Bottle Beach

Bridgeport

Bridle Trails

Brooks Memorial

Cama Beach

Camano Island

Centennial Trail

Clark Island

Columbia Plateau Trail

Conconully

Curlew Lake

Cutts Island

Dash Point (reduced capacity)

Deception Pass

Doe Island

Dosewallips

Eagle Island

Federation Forest

Fields Spring

Flaming Geyser

Fort Casey

Fort Ebey

Fort Flagler

Fort Townsend

Fort Worden

Ginkgo Petrified Forest

Goldendale Observatory

Griffiths-Priday

Hope Island - Mason

Hope Island - Skagit

Ike Kinswa

Illahee

Jackson House

James Island

Jarrell Cove

Joemma Beach

Jones Island

Joseph Whidbey

Kanaskat-Palmer

Kinney Point

Kitsap Memorial

Kopachuck

Lake Chelan

Lake Easton

Lake Sammamish (reduced capacity)

Lake Sylvia

Lake Wenatchee

Larrabee

Leadbetter Point

Lewis & Clark

Lewis & Clark Trail

Lime Kiln Point

Lincoln Rock

Lyons Ferry

Manchester

Matia Island

McMicken Island

Millersylvania

Moran

Mount Pilchuck

Mount Spokane

Mystery Bay

Nine Mile Recreation Area

Nolte

Obstruction Pass

Olallie

Olmstead Place

Pacific Pines

Palouse Falls

Palouse to Cascades

Paradise Point

Patos Island

Peace Arch

Pearrygin Lake

Penrose Point

Peshastin Pinnacles

Posey Island

Potholes

Potlatch

Rainbow Falls

Rasar

Reed Island

Riverside

Rockport

Sacajawea

Saddlebag Island

Saint Edward (reduced capacity)

Saltwater

Scenic Beach

Schafer

Seaquest

Sequim Bay

Shine Tidelands

Skagit Island

South Whidbey

Spencer Spit

Squak Mountain

Squilchuck

Steamboat Rock

Steptoe Battlefield

Steptoe Butte

Stuart Island

Sucia Island

Sun Lakes-Dry Falls

Tolmie

Triton Cove

Turn Island

Twanoh

Twenty-Five Mile Creek

Wanapum Recreation Area

Wenatchee Confluence

Willapa Hills Trail

Yakima Sportsman

PARKS REMAINING CLOSED

Anderson Lake

Beacon Rock

Bogachiel

Cape Disappointment

Camp Wooten

Cedar Falls Trailhead (on Palouse to Cascades Trail)

Columbia Hills (limited fishing access)

Crawford State Park and Gardner Caves

Daroga

Doug's Beach

Fisk

Fort Columbia

Fort Simcoe

Grayland Beach

Klickitat Trail

Kukutali Preserve

Ocean City

Pacific Beach

Pleasant Harbor

Maryhill (watercraft launch will open)

Spring Creek Hatchery

Twin Harbors

Westport Light

Wallace Falls

 

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