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Recreation on DNR-Managed Lands 
 

The Discover Pass is your ticket to Washington's Great Outdoors.
Learn more at www.discoverpass.wa.gov

Recreation on DNR-managed lands

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Statewide map

 

Northeast area map

 

Northwest area map

 

Southwest area map

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to reserve a site?
    No. DNR-managed campsites are first-come, first-served. Campers are not allowed to save sites. Camping is free once you have purchased a Discover Pass for each vehicle you bring to the site.
  • How do I find a site?
    Find directions to most DNR-managed recreation sites in DNR's Recreation Guide Map.


Search for recreation locations on DNR-managed lands
DNR provides opportunities for recreation and public access on 2.2 million acres of state trust lands. Most campsites are first-come, first-served. A few areas require reservations, and groups of 25 or more need to register. Search for a recreation area by:

Map of DNR regions.

Major DNR Recreation Sites:

 Recreation Areas by County:

Please note: DNR may close a recreational facility or trail either temporarily or permanently for the purposes of protecting the environment, public safety, property, or to ensure DNR meets its management and administrative obligations. (Learn more | WAC 332-52-100

Pets are allowed on DNR-managed lands, except in areas that are closed to pets or animals for the protection of wildlife, sensitive natural systems, special cultural areas, or for other purposes. All pets must be on leash. If pets are accompanying livestock, they can be off leash but must be voice controlled. (Learn more | WAC 332-52-140)

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 Contacts

General Recreation Contact
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
recreation@dnr.wa.gov

Jessica Payne
Recreation Communications & Outreach Coordinator
360-902-1066
jessica.payne@dnr.wa.gov

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