How many state parks does Washington State have? Every year, almost 40 million people visit Washington’s 124 state parks.
What is the biggest state park in Washington state? Anderson Lake State Park
Its 476-acre territory consists mostly of the forested area and some wetlands. The park offers the visitors some hiking, biking, fishing and boating (non-motorized) opportunities.
Are Washington State Parks free? It normally costs $10 a day or $30 a year to use Washington’s more than 100 state parks. However, the law that established that fee (the money helps to maintain the parks) also mandated the creation of 12 days a year when no fee would be charged.
What is the smallest state park in Washington? Nearby Ranald MacDonald’s Grave State Park, the smallest interpretive state park in Washington, is managed by Curlew Lake State Park. A 25-mile drive along the Kettle River will take visitors to the park, situated near the Canadian Border.