CAMPING is open at most STATE PARKS:

Most of our Washington state parks are now open and available for reservations.

To provide adequate time for cleaning and sanitizing to COVID-19 standards, the check-in time for roofed accommodations (such as cabins, yurts, and vacation houses) has changed from 2:30 to 4 p.m.

Additionally, State Parks is not taking new reservations for day use facilities, group camps and retreat centers until further notice.

More information is available here

If you’re planning a trip to a state park, you can reserve a campsite, yurt, cabin, rustic structure, vacation house, group camp, or group day-use facility at many of our Washington State Parks. Drop-in visitors are always welcome as long as space is available, but reservations offer peace of mind when traveling to distant or popular parks.


During the summer of 2020, we waived our cancellation policy to help with planning your stay this season.  The standard policy goes back into effect 9/16/20. For more information, visit our Cancellations Page.

Information Center

Reservation Center agents only make reservations; they do not provide trip planning or information services. If you need assistance with trip planning or have questions about Washington state parks, please call the Washington State Parks Information Center at (360) 902-8844 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Rules, regulations & information

Please be aware of the complete rules and regulations. Call the Information Center at (360) 902-8844 for more information.