Here is the list of Washington state parks reopening Tuesday

Sunset forms subtle gradient over Mt. Spokane
Sunset forms subtle gradient over Mt. Spokane

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has released a list of more than 100 state parks that will open for day use starting May 5.

The parks are set to reopen as Phase 1 of Governor Jay Inslee’s reopening plan begins. The list includes popular hiking and boating destinations across the state.

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State Parks will delay the opening of some areas beyond May 5, including all ocean beach parks and those along the Columbia River Gorge. Authorities are working with local communities, natural resource agencies and partners in Oregon to determine the appropriate timing for reopening those areas.

Beaches and camping have been identified in Phase 2 of Inslee’s reopening plan.

The parks set to open Tuesday include:

  • Alta Lake
  • Battle Ground Lake
  • Bay View
  • Belfair
  • Birch Bay
  • Blake Island
  • Blind Island
  • Bridgeport
  • Bridle Trails
  • Brooks Memorial
  • Cama Beach
  • Camano Island
  • Centennial Trail
  • Clark Island
  • Columbia Plateau Trail
  • Conconully
  • Curlew Lake
  • Cutts Island
  • Dash Point (reduced capacity)
  • Deception Pass
  • Doe Island
  • Dosewallips
  • Eagle Island
  • Federation Forest
  • Fields Spring
  • Flaming Geyser
  • Fort Casey
  • Fort Ebey
  • Fort Flagler
  • Fort Townsend
  • Fort Worden
  • Ginkgo Petrified Forest
  • Hope Island – Mason
  • Hope Island – Skagit
  • Ike Kinswa
  • Illahee
  • Jackson House
  • James Island
  • Jarrell Cove
  • Joemma Beach
  • Jones Island
  • Joseph Whidbey
  • Kanaskat-Palmer
  • Kinney Point
  • Kitsap Memorial
  • Kopachuck
  • Lake Chelan
  • Lake Easton
  • Lake Sammamish (reduced capacity)
  • Lake Sylvia
  • Lake Wenatchee
  • Larrabee
  • Lewis & Clark
  • Lewis & Clark Trail
  • Lime Kiln Point
  • Lincoln Rock
  • Lyons Ferry
  • Manchester
  • Matia Island
  • McMicken Island
  • Millersylvania
  • Moran
  • Mount Pilchuck
  • Mount Spokane
  • Mystery Bay
  • Nine Mile Recreation Area
  • Nolte
  • Obstruction Pass
  • Olallie
  • Olmstead Place
  • Palouse Falls
  • Palouse to Cascades
  • Paradise Point
  • Patos Island
  • Peace Arch
  • Pearrygin Lake
  • Penrose Point
  • Posey Island
  • Potholes
  • Potlatch
  • Rainbow Falls
  • Rasar
  • Reed Island
  • Riverside
  • Rockport
  • Sacajawea
  • Saddlebag Island
  • Saint Edward (reduced capacity)
  • Saltwater
  • Scenic Beach
  • Schafer
  • Seaquest
  • Sequim Bay
  • Shine Tidelands
  • Skagit Island
  • South Whidbey
  • Spencer Spit
  • Squak Mountain
  • Squilchuck
  • Steamboat Rock
  • Steptoe Battlefield
  • Steptoe Butte
  • Stuart Island
  • Sucia Island
  • Sun Lakes-Dry Falls
  • Tolmie
  • Triton Cove
  • Turn Island
  • Twanoh
  • Twenty-Five Mile Creek
  • Wanapum Recreation Area
  • Wenatchee Confluence
  • Willapa Hills Trail
  • Yakima Sportsman

More information on parks staying closed can be found here.

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