Quote of the Month:

“It was November--the month of crimson sunsets, parting birds,

deep, sad hymns of the sea, passionate wind-songs in the pines." - L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

State Parks

Riverside State Park
Parent Category: Washington Parks & Refuges
Created: 04 July 2017

Riverside State Park is one of the most amazing places of Washington State. Stretching over the territory of almost 14,000 acres alongshore of two beautiful rivers – Spokane River, and its tributary – Little Spokane River, this park fairly gained the rank of the biggest State Park of Washington State.

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Palouse Falls State Park
Parent Category: Washington Parks & Refuges
Created: 04 July 2017

Palouse Falls State Park, a 105-acres amazing park, which spreads its territories over a part of Franklin County and a part of Whitman County. 

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Bridle Trails State Park
Parent Category: Washington Parks & Refuges
Created: 27 January 2017

Bridle Trails State Park is 482 acres of forested territory amidst the Eastside urban area. Located between Kirkland, Bellevue and Redmond this wild terrain is a real “natural haven” for the city dwellers allowing the escape from everyday hustle of an urban life.

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Saltwater State Park 36
Parent Category: Washington Parks & Refuges
Created: 20 July 2016

Saltwater State Park is one of the most favorite and popular parks for camping, picnics, clamming, scuba diving, hiking and swimming among the residents and guests of Tacoma and Seattle.

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Dash Point State Park 6
Parent Category: Washington Parks & Refuges
Created: 05 July 2016

Dash Point State Park is a very popular park for its water recreation possibilities. It is situated on Puget Sound between King and Pierce counties. The territory of the park is 398 acres with more than 3,300 feet of shoreline.

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Parent Category: Washington Parks & Refuges
Created: 23 February 2016
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