Please call 360-661-3463 to talk to staff.
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Reservations can be made here. Please remember, reservations can only be made at least 14 days in advance of your arrival date.
On-site park staff update our recorded information line 3 times a day during our busy camping season, with both campsite and boat trailer parking availability. The number to call is 360-293-1927.
We have 25 first-come, first-served campsites, 19 that have water & electricity, and 6 that are non-utility sites.
You will need to show up at the park and if the site is empty, put a camping unit (tent, RV, car) in the campsite and then pay for campsite at the pay station located near site B4. Paying at the pay station without having a camping unit on a site does not guarantee a site is available.
To cancel and existing reservation, call the Parks Main office at 360-293-1918 during normal business hours (8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday). Cancellation fees will be assessed as per our stated cancellation policy.
Yes, there are hot showers in both the upper (campground) restroom and in the lower (loop road entrance) restrooms. You should plan to bring quarters with you, as we don't have a change machine. The lower shower units are only open 10am-8pm.
We are a city-owned park and we do not charge a parking or entry fee for day use activities at Washington Park.
Lot B (by the playground equipment) is for single cars parking overnight. The fee is $9 per night and limited to a 14 day stay.
The picnic shelter (closest to the play equipment) is available for reservations online here.
The Group camp area is available for online reservations here. This area is intended for small groups of approximately 30 people and 8 tents. There is no electricity at this location.
There is no fee to launch your boat. There is a daily parking fee of $11. Each day ends at 11:59 pm regardless of the time you parked. Be sure to place your receipt face up on your dash where it is clearly visible to staff. The pay station takes cash or credit/debit cards. This pay station does not give change, so plan accordingly if paying with cash.
We are a city-owned park and the Discover Pass only covers state-owned parks.
We do not have a program of discounted camping rates for Seniors.
There is no gate so access to the campground is available 24/7. Consideration of other campers is appreciated when arriving late or leaving early.
Alcohol is allowed only in the designated Group Picnic site and in individual campsites by the registered campers. Alcohol is not allowed in any other location at the park.
There is 1 foot of water at a 0 tide.