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Snohomish County Parks

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Snohomish County Parks and Recreation The Snohomish County Parks system is incredibly diverse and boasts more than 11,000 acres of parks and open space; over 110 park properties; 100s of miles of trails and access to fresh and saltwater shorelines. Major regional park assets such as the Evergreen State Fairgrounds, Kayak Point Park, Lord Hill Park and the Centennial, Interurban, and Whitehorse Regional Trail systems host local, regional and national events that draw over 4 million visitors each year to Snohomish County Parks.


BURN BAN: A campfire burn ban is now in effect at Squire Creek and Whitehorse campgrounds. Propane fire rings, used in the campsites, will be allowed during the ban. The ban is not currently effect in other Snohomish County Campgrounds.

KAYAK POINT DAY-USE AREA OPEN:The Day-Use Area construction has been delayed (now scheduled for Summer 2023) and shelter reservations are open for 2022. Visit the Project Page for additional information.

WHITEHORSE EXPANSION: Phase 2 construction of the campground will commence Spring of 2022. Existing sites will remain open but may be impacted by noise and equipment. Visit the Project Page for details.

HELP! If you are experiencing difficulties making or cancelling you reservations, check our FAQs and Troubleshooting guide HERE.

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