Washington National Parks
|1||San Juan Island National Historical Park||2,072 acres (839 ha)||Sep 9, 1966||San Juan County, Washington, USA|
|2||Olympic National Park||922,650 acres (373,380 ha)||29. Jun. 1938||Jefferson, Clallam, Mason, and Grays Harbor counties, Washington, USA|
|3||Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve||19,333 acres (7,824 ha)||Nov 10, 1978||Island County, Washington, USA|
|4||Mount Rainier National Park||236,381 acres (369 sq mi; 95,660 ha; 957 km2)||2. Mar. 1899||Pierce County and Lewis County, Washington, USA|
|5||North Cascades National Park||504,781 acres (204,278 ha)||2. Oct. 1968||Whatcom, Skagit, and Chelan counties, Washington, USA|
|6||Ross Lake National Recreation Area||117,575 acres (47,581 ha)||Oct 2, 1968||Whatcom County and Skagit County, Washington, USA|
|7||Lake Chelan National Recreation Area||61,958 acres (25,074 ha)||Oct 2, 1968||Chelan County, Washington, USA|
|8||Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area||100,390 acres (40,626 ha)||April, 1946||Ferry, Stevens, Lincoln, and Grant counties, Washington, USA|
|9||Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks||3,303 acres (1,337 ha)||May 29, 1958||Clatsop County, Oregon and Pacific County, Washington, USA|
highlights the several national parks, recreational centers and historical sites of the state.
are North Cascades National Park, Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve, Nez Perce National Historical Park, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Mount Rainier National Park, Ross Lake National Recreation Area, Klondike Gold Rush- Seattle Unit National Historical Park, Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, Olympic National Park, Whitman Mission National Historic Site, Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, San Juan Island National Historical Park and Lake Chelan National Recreation Area. The Olympic National Park offers the tourists to explore the natural scenic beauty of the place through the adventurous sport of hiking. Exotic mountain ranges, rivers and luxuriant forests represent the North Cascades National Park of Washington. The Mount Rainier National Park is another favorite tourist spot of Washington. Mount Rainier is one of the active volcanoes of the state. The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is known for its unparalleled natural splendor. The Whitman Mission National Historic Site displays the rich archaeological remnants of the ancient times. The Washington State Map indicates the exact geographical location of the national parks of the state.