Recreation By Region
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OPEN SITES BY REGION
Get links to more information pertaining to recreation sites in DNR regions:
Northeast Region | Northwest Region | Olympic Region | Pacific Cascade Region | Southeast Region | South Puget Sound Region
Download the region map or learn more about DNR's regions.
The following campgrounds are located in the Northeast region:
Chopaka Lake, Cold Springs, Douglas Falls Grange Park, Dragoon Creek, Flodelle Creek, Leader Lake, North Fork Nine Mile, Palmer Lake, Rock Lake, Rocky Lake, Rock Creek (Loup Loup), Sheep Creek, Sherry Creek, Skookum Creek, Starvation Lake, Sportsman's Camp and Toats Coulee.
Recreation alert: No dispersed campfires. Campfires are only allowed in approved fire rings.
The Loomis, Loup Loup, and Little Pend Orielle State Forests allow day use and dispersed camping.
Dishman Hills NRCA and Loomis NRCA.
Questions? Please call the region office at 509-684-7474.
The following campgrounds are located in the Northwest region:
Beaver Plant Lake, Big Greider Lake, Cutthroat Lakes, Cypress Head, Griffin Bay, Les Hilde, Lily Lake, Little Greider Lake, Lizard Lake, Lower Ashland Lake, Lummi Island, Pelican Beach, Point Doughty and Upper Ashland Lake.
- Recreation sites open for day use in the Northwest region are Blanchard Mountain, Harry Osborne, North Mountain (no restrooms), Reiter Foothills and Walker Valley ORV.
- Natural Areas and San Juan Island recreation sites include Cattle Point, Cypress Island, Lummi Island, Morning Star NRCA (snow dependent) and Griffin Bay.
Questions? We can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at 360-856-3500.
The following campgrounds are located in the Olympic region:
Bear Creek, Coppermine Bottom, Cottonwood, Hoh Oxbow, Lyre River, Minnie Peterson, South Fork Hoh, and Upper Clearwater.
All recreation sites are open for day use only, including Damon Point. However, forest management activities are occurring and will directly impact recreational use especially in the following areas:
- Foothills Multi-use Trails (through summer 2021), Little River Trail (through summer 2021) and Sadie Creek 4x4 Trail System (see map). For your safety, please follow all warnings and closures that are posted in the field
- Natural Areas in the region are Shipwreck Point NRCA, and Clearwater Corridor NRCA.
Questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact staff directly by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 360-374-2800.
Pacific Cascade Region
View the boundary map for Southeast and Pacific Cascade Regions.
Recreation alert: Merrill Lake Campground, as well as the day use area and boat launch, are closed to the public due to firefighting activities in the area.
The following campgrounds are located in the Pacific Cascade region:
- Natural Areas in this region include Chehalis River Surge Plain and Merrill Lake.
- Yacolt Burn and Elochoman State Forests are open. However, Jones Creek ORV and Hagen Creek are open seasonally from May 1 - Nov. 30.
Questions? Please call 360-577-2025.
The following campgrounds are located in the Southeast region:
29 Pines, Ahtanum Camp, Ahtanum Meadows, BBQ Flats, Beverly Dunes, Bird Creek, Buck Creek dispersed, Clover Flats, Eagle's Nest, Elk Heights dispersed, Glenwood dispersed, Indian Camp, Island Camp, Naneum Ridge State Forest dispersed, Snow Cabin, Teanaway Camping Area, Tree Phones, Rattlesnake dispersed and Wenas dispersed.
- Recreation areas in this region are the Teanaway and Naneum Ridge (no restrooms).
- The Natural Areas in the region are Columbia Hills NAP and White Salmon Oak NRCA.
Questions? Call us at 509-925-8510 or email email@example.com. View the boundary map here.
South Puget Sound Region
The following campgrounds are located in the South Puget Sound region:
Aldrich Lake, Bruni's Snow Bowl Hut, Copper Creek Hut, Elbe Hills ORV, Elfendahl Pass Staging Area, Fall Creek, Green Mountain Horse Camp, High Hut, Margaret McKenny, Middle Waddell, Porter Creek, Sahara Creek Horse Camp, Tahuya River Horse Camp, Camp Spilman, and Yurt.
Recreation areas in this region are:
Capitol Forest, Elbe Hills and Tahoma, Green Mountain State Forest, Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area, Raging River State Forest, Tahuya State Forest and Tiger Mountain State Forest.
Natural Areas open for recreation in the region are:
Questions? Please call the region office at 360-825-1631.