Ike Kinswa State Park

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Burn Ban Level 2 in effect.  Wood fires are allowed in designated fire pits.  Propane fireplaces & BBQ's, cook stoves are allowed.  Charcoal may be restricted, check for guidance at the park.


Due to construction Loop A (sites 1-41) and the trail around it will be closed until further notice. Camping will not be available in Loop A.


Ike Kinswa State Park is a great place to make summer memories. This classic state park sits on Mayfield Lake amidst a rolling patchwork of farmland 20 miles east of Interstate 5 and off U.S. Highway 12. Ike Kinswa provides idyllic days of boating, swimming and water sports for the whole family.

Fish for tiger muskie, largemouth bass, kokanee and rainbow trout; launch the family boat for water sports or bring kayaks and paddleboards for a mellow float. Kids can splash in the swim area until the air turns cool, the daylight fades and the smell of barbecue draws them back to camp.

Campers can choose between quiet, forested tent and RV sites or lakeside cabins and snuggle in for the night after a busy day on the water.

Park features

water options, the park offers short hiking trails, birding, wildlife viewing and two horseshoe pits.

  1. Activities
  2. Boating
  3. Camping
  4. History
  5. Maps

ADA amenities/facilities

  • Campground
  • Fishing
  • Restroom

Use our interactive ADA recreation map to search for other state parks with ADA amenities and facilities. 

Picnic & day-use facilities
There are 52 unsheltered picnic tables, available first come, first served.



  • 1.5 miles of hiking trails

Water activities & features

  • 40 feet of dock
  • Boating
  • Fishing (freshwater)
  • Personal watercraft use
  • Watercraft launch (2)
  • Waterskiing

Other activities & features

  • Bird watching
  • Horseshoe pits (2)
  • Mountain biking
  • Sailboarding
  • Wildlife viewing

Additional information

  • There is a 0.5-mile self-guided interpretive trail.
  • Fishing is good for trout, silvers, and tiger muskie.
  • A recreational license is required for fishing and shellfish harvesting at Washington state parks. For regulations, fishing season information, or to purchase a recreational license, visit the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
  • Printable park brochure (PDF).