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There is a county-wide Burn Ban in effect in Skagit County.  Recreational campfires in approved campfire rings at Washington Park, however, are allowed.  Please burn responsibly.

The City of Anacortes greatly appreciates your choice of camping with us. Many of you are aware that we have been upgrading our campground restroom facilities over the last year. Because we have worked hard to keep costs down, and to do the job the right way, the work remains in progress.  Currently the Women’s side is open. While we have work left to do, that portion of the facility will be functional. The Men’s side will have to remain closed. We do have several Port-O-Pottees on site to help mitigate the situation. We realize this is not ideal, but it is our goal to ultimately provide the best facilities possible. We are hopeful that we will be cutting the ribbon on a completed upgrade soon. Our other restroom facilities at the entrance of the Loop Road remain open and fully functional.  If you have any questions, please contact our
Washington Park staff at 360.661.3463.  Thank you again for your patience and understanding.

Washington Park Manager, Bob Vaux

Click Button to Reserve a Campsite at Washington Park

Please read our cancellation policy:
(Campsite Reservation Cancellation Policy)

Frequently asked questions, please read!

Washington Park sits on a peninsula at the west end of Fidalgo Island. The 220-acre city park features camping, a boat launch, day use picnic sites and a group tenting area. A scenic paved 2.2-mile loop road winds through the park’s forested hills and meadows with views of the San Juan Islands and Olympic Mountains. 
Park Area Map

The park is open year round from 6am to 10pm. The loop road is open from 6am to dusk for pedestrians and open from 10am to dusk for vehicular traffic.

In the campground there are 68 campsites, 46 have water and electrical hook-ups.These rent for $26 a night. There are 22 non-utility sites that rent for $21 per night .  There are 29 sites avaliable on a first-come, first-served basis.  Please note that reservations must be made 14 days in advance.  A sewer dump station is located near the park exit. Camping check-in and check-out time is 1pm. The campground is open year round.  Please note: Maximum stay limit is 14 days.  Click on the link at the top of the page to go to the reservation website.
Campground Map

Campsite Photos (with site dimensions)

The Washington Park Information Line at 360-293-1927 has information about the park and the current campground and boat lot availability (option 4).  The line is updated approximately three times per day.

The park has three covered picnic shelters located near Sunset Beach. One covered shelter can be reserved (for a fee) by calling the Parks and Recreation Department at (360) 293-1918. There are also ten uncovered picnic tables with fire pits or upright barbeques nearby. These are first-come, first-served.

The park has a group tenting area available to rent for a fee for small groups of 30 people, 8 tents.  No RVs are allowed in this area.  Please call the Parks and Recreation Department at (360) 293-1918 to check availablity and to reserve.

The boat launch at Washington Park was developed and is maintained for the specific use of recreational boaters. Boat launch parking is $9/day and boaters may stay a maximum of 14 days. Annual boat launch passes are available through the Parks and Recreation Department at (360) 293-1918. 

There is an overnight single car parking lot (Lot B on Area Map) that you can leave your vehicle.  The overnight fee is $7.

Frequently asked questions (Please read through!)

Boat Launch Policies

Park Fee Schedule

Campsite Reservation Cancellation Policy

Complete Washington Park Policies

  Washington Park Loop Road
City of Anacortes
Washington Park
6300 Sunset Avenue/P.O. Box 547
Anacortes, WA  98221

Bob Vaux, Washington Park Manager