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These state parks are open for a winter getaway

The Stonhenge Memorial offers sweeping views of the Maryhill area along the Washington side of the Columbia River. (John Nelson)
The Stonhenge Memorial offers sweeping views of the Maryhill area along the Washington side of the Columbia River. (John Nelson)

Sometimes, an avid RVer needs a quick getaway, even in the winter months.

Powered sites are available in winter at many of the Washington State Parks. On the west side of the state, many parks remain open, although services are drastically reduced. Some of our favorites for camping include Birch Bay, Larrabee, Deception Pass, Fort Casey, Fort Worden, Belfair, Grayland and Cape Disappointment.

Fewer camping options are available in Eastern Washington, but RVers can find powered sites at Steamboat Rock, Lake Chelan, Potholes and Maryhill.

For a list of which parks are open, check out the winter schedule for Washington State Parks.



John Nelson is a freelance writer.