12 Stunning State Parks in Washington

Washington acquired the nickname the ‘Evergreen State’ due to its many evergreen forests, and it’s a paradise for tourists and nature lovers 

Here are 8 of the most stunning state parks in Washington State!

Located west of Leavenworth, Lake Wenatchee is a clear blue sea encircled by mountains

Lake Wenatchee

Named after the 198-foot Palouse Waterfall that trickles down into a deep gorge.

Palouse Falls 

Lime Kiln Point State Park is famous nationwide as a whale-watching destination.

Lime Kiln

Named after the unsuccessful voyage of Captain James Meares, Cape Disappointment State Park is famous for its beautiful lighthouses, hiking trails, and ocean coastlines

Cape Disappointment 

Next on our list is Sun Lakes Dry Falls State Park, home to one of the largest historic waterfalls in America.

Sun Lakes Dry Falls