1. Image of Noodle the dog who uses a specially adapted wheelchair to explore the outdoorsAdapt and Conquer: A dog's-eye perspective of ADA-accessible outdoor recreation 
    Jan. 2, 2019  For our first blog of the new year, we introduce you to "Noodle," the Wonder Dog! See how having a spinal cord injury doesn't stop this dog — and her humans — from exploring the great outdoors, including many Washington state parks!
  2. 2019 First Day HikesSet 2019 in motion with a First Day Hike
    Dec. 17, 2018 Ring in the new year with one (or even two) of the more than three dozen First Day Hikes happening at 34 parks statewide. Washington state parks are offering hikes, bike rides, snowshoe and paddle adventures and even some science and history lessons. You’re sure to find a hike that appeals to you!

  3. Pacific Northwest TrailExploring state parks on the Pacific Northwest Trail
    Nov. 28, 2018. The Pacific Northwest Trail is the newest of America's 11 National Scenic Trails. This week on Adventure Awaits, Andrew Coghill, a Seattle-based writer and teacher, shares his journey along this stunning trek connecting six western Washington state parks and much more! 
  4. Hiking at Squak MountainTen tiny treks to try today!
    Nov.14, 2018 Feel like taking a hike but not committing a full day to it? You'll find plenty of short but sweet trails to try at parks statewide. Just in time for National Take a Hike Day we've got the scoop on satisfying mile-or-less hikes to get you out and about without a time crunch!

  5. Alexander's CastleRoyally romantic: Stay the night in a castle at Fort Worden
    Nov. 7, 2018  Want to play queen or king for a day (or weekend)? Set high on a bluff above the Puget Sound, Alexander's Castle at Fort Worden Historical State Park is the essence of Victorian-era romance. Come stay and play at this unique getaway in the heart of a world-class retreat center!

  6. Bus at Grays HarborArrive without a drive! Bus to state parks, part 2
    Oct. 24, 2018 Eager to visit a state park but don't feel like making the drive? Take a bus! Many of our state parks are accessible by public transportation.  Get ready to climb aboard for a fun — and relaxing — adventure! On this edition of our public transportation series, enjoy trips to Pacific and Hood Canal parks.
  7. Bogachiel skunk cabbageStay in a rainforest, see the Olympic Peninsula 
    Oct. 17, 2018 Remote and rainy, Bogachiel is the perfect base camp when exploring the beauty of the Olympic Peninsula. Come enjoy this verdant beauty and all of the natural and cultural beauty this world-renowned region have to offer!
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