Washington’s Best National & State Parks

Palouse Falls State Park

Named after the 198-foot Palouse Waterfall that trickles down into a deep gorge, Palouse Falls State Park earns itself a spot on the best Washington State Parks list.

Deception Pass State Park

Over 2 million people visit Deception Pass State Park every year. Its popularity is no mystery. Located on Whidbey Island, this park is a must-go-to for all, with abundant wildlife, amazing views, and rugged cliffs.

Lake Wenatchee State Park

Located west of Leavenworth, Lake Wenatchee is a clear blue sea encircled by mountains. Whether paddling, horseback riding, camping, or soaking your feet in the lake, so much fun awaits you here.

Lime Kiln Point State Park

Lime Kiln Point State Park is famous nationwide as a whale-watching destination. It boasts breathtaking views from the vintage lighthouse or sea cliff. After taking in the marine life, you can look through exhibits and learn about the land-dwelling fauna at the Lime Kiln Interpretive Center.

Cape Disappointment State Park

Don’t let the name fool you – this park will not disappoint! Named after the unsuccessful voyage of Captain James Meares, Cape Disappointment State Park is famous for its beautiful lighthouses, hiking trails, and ocean coastlines.

Sun Lakes Dry Falls State Park

Next on our list is Sun Lakes Dry Falls State Park, home to one of the largest historic waterfalls in America. This park will make you feel like you’re on another planet. Dry Falls is a North American wonder that would have rivaled Niagara Falls if water still flowed there.

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