Select Washington State Parks and public lands reopened May 5 for dispersed outdoor recreation.
Visitors and Washington State residents continue to be encouraged to enjoy nature and outdoor recreation close to home while the “stay-home” order is still in effect through May 31.
The following is a summary of what’s open vs. what’s temporarily closed. Everyone is encouraged to follow the CDC recommended guidelines regarding hygiene and social distancing. Campgrounds, playgrounds, picnic areas, and restrooms remain closed.
OPEN FOR DAY USE ONLY
Ashford County park walking trail
Boat launches for fishing at Alder and Mineral Lakes
Federation Forest State Park
Mount Tahoma Trails open for day use, huts remain closed.
Pack Forest trails will reopen to hikers starting on May 5. The gates are open Monday-Friday from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm. Limited parking is available in the lot by the administration building and the Arboretum lot until 2:30 pm. All vehicles still in that lot after 2:30 pm will be towed at the owner’s expense. If you arrive and find no parking spaces available the trails are at capacity.
Crystal Mountain Resort
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
Mt. Rainier National Park
Mt. Rainier Railroad & Logging Museum
Mud Mountain Recreation Area
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
Pioneer Farm & Ohop Indian Village
Thunder Dome Car Museum