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Platform Tent Sites

at Washington State Park

Surface of wooden platform inside a beige canvas tentWashington State Park now offers platform tent sites! Campsite #36 features a spacious 16-by-16-foot wooden deck with a large 10-by-12-foot three-season canvas tent. Campsite #45 features a spacious 16-by-20-foot wooden deck with a large 10-by-15 three-season canvas tent. Each tent accommodates up to six people. There are no furnishings or amenities provided in the tents.

During the off-season (Nov. 1 to March 31), the tents are removed from the platform tent sites. The sites may still be reserved, but users will need to bring their own tent.

A picnic table, fire ring and lantern post are included with each site. Site 36's wooden deck, tent and fire ring area are accessible for people with disabilities, but the gravel driveway at the campsite is not. Site 45 does have one step onto the platform.

These sites do not have electric, water or sewer hook-ups.

No pets are allowed in the tents, and smoking and vaping are not permitted inside the tents. Cleanup and trash removal is the responsibility of the guest and should be completed before checkout. All standard campsite capacities and rules apply.

Guests must check in with the campground host before occupying the tent (tents are locked). Complete check-in on the day of arrival by 9 p.m.

Reserve a platform tent site today by calling 1-877-422-6766 or by using our reservation site.

A closed beige-colored tent sits on a wooden platform bordered on three sides by a wooden fence, to which the tent is attached by ropes. Surrounding the fence are trees covered in green foliage, which cast shadows on the tent.

An open beige-colored tent sits on a wooden platform in a shady area surrounded by trees. On the ground in front of the tent are a wooden picnic table and shallow fire ring.

Site #36

A closed beige-colored canvas tent sits on a wooden deck in a sloping area. The deck is surrounded on three sides by a wooden fence and is supported in the back by posts. A picnic table and fire pit ring in front of the deck, and trees with leaves of red, yellow and green tower over the tent., providing patches of shade.

A wooden campsite post with an R and the number 45 stands in front of a fire ring and a wooden picnic table in a shady area. Behind these, a closed beige-colored canvas tent rests on a wooden platform against a backdrop of trees draped in orange, yellow and green foliage.

Site #45