Washington State Department of Natural Resources DNR seeks to provide outdoor recreation opportunities to the public throughout Washington state. The agency provides trailheads, day-use areas and campgrounds in a primitive, natural setting. Most recreation on these lands takes place in the 2.2 million acres of forests that DNR manages as state trust lands. DNR manages 1,100 miles of trails, 160 recreation sites, and a wide variety of landscapes across the state.
Washington State Parks The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission manages a diverse system of more than 100 state parks and recreation programs, including long-distance trails, boating safety and winter recreation. State Parks also offers overnight accommodations, including cabins, yurts and vacation houses, at several state parks. For more information about Washington State Parks, please select a link from below:
The mission of WDFW is to preserve, protect and perpetuate fish, wildlife and ecosystems while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities. WDFW manages recreation land for visitors to enjoy a variety of activities, including fishing, boating, hunting, wildlife viewing, hiking, camping and many others. For more information, please select from the links below.