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Penrose Point State Park immerses you in the natural beauty of the Evergreen State. The 165-acre park is perched on the southern end of Puget Sound and combines lush forest scenery with postcard-perfect shorelines. Beaches are the main draw, with more than two miles of shoreline to discover. Peer into colorful tide pools, harvest local oysters, and enjoy a picnic on the grassy foreshore. The park was named after Dr. Stephen Penrose, a local academic and passionate lover of the outdoors. Today, Penrose Point welcomes visitors from across North America and prides itself on creating a family-friendly, nature-centric atmosphere.
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Olallie State Park is situated near the northern edge of Washington and covers 2,329 acres. This park is best known for its stunning landscapes, which range from raging rivers to towering waterfalls. Olallie State Park gets its name from a Chinook word meaning “berries.”
Olallie State Park is a short drive away from Seattle and Tacoma. While summers can be somewhat comfortable, winters can be very windy and snowy.
You’ll find plenty of outdoor activities to do while at Olallie State Park. Hiking is popular thanks to the park’s vast amount of trails. Some trails hikers can choose …
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Located just north of Olympia, WA, and less than two hours away from Seattle, WA, Jarrell Cove State Park is a 97-acre marine park nestled on Harstine Island. The island has dense forests that are suitable for hiking, camping, and other outdoor activities. This state park was named after Philura Jarrell, the first pioneer woman who lived on the island.
Harstine Island used to be accessible only by water. A bridge was completed in 1969, allowing vehicles and RVs to get to the island. Nowadays, Jarrell Cove State Park is one of the most visited places in Puget …
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There are many different activities for families to bond over at Deception Pass State Park in Oak Harbor, Washington. Visitors can enjoy the beaches of Cranberry Lake where they can fish or search for shells. Swimming is also permitted at the lake and is a great way to spend a weekend in the summer. Book an RV in Island County and head over to Deception Pass State Park to experience this peaceful 3,800-acre tract along the Puget Sound.
Here, you'll enjoy tranquil island living as well as close proximity to some of the state's largest urban centers. While camping …
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Washington's first state park is located roughly midway between Vancouver, BC and Everett, just outside of Bellingham. This wonderfully wooded area is 2,748 acres of sprawling park that hooks around Samish Bay and encompasses over 8,000 feet of the shoreline. Larrabee State Park campers have a scenic view nearly every direction they turn, and who doesn’t love a sunset over the Pacific?
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the Chuckanut coastal highway was built, which brought visitors up the beautiful coastline and into what would soon become Larrabee State Park. The Larrabee family donated twenty acres …
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Located in the scenic state of Washington is where you will find the beachfront Saltwater State Park, an 88-acre marine camping park designated as a "Marine Protected Area." An ideal getaway to the edge of Washington’s largest urban area, it"s very easily accessible, just off Interstate 5. A unique aspect of the park’s location is the fact that it’s at the halfway mark between the cities of Tacoma and Seattle, where both cities decided to literally "bury the hatchet" of a long-standing competition that prevailed between the cities: the hatchet is indeed buried under a rock in the park. …
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The Olympic Peninsula is the northwesternmost tip of the continental United States. It's made up primarily of the Olympia National Forest and contains some of the most scenic sights in the country. On the Hood Canal, an hour from Tacoma, 30 minutes from the state capital of Olympia, and just outside of Hoodsport rests the quaint Potlatch State Park.
In the mid-1800s, the Potlatch region was a settlement for the Skokomish tribe. With western expansion well underway over the next 100 years, European settlers colonized the land and harvested the mighty trees in lumber mills for ship masts. …
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