The 58-acre park has 1,797 feet of saltwater shoreline with sweeping views of Hood Canal. The four cabins have kitchenettes with mini refrigerators and microwaves.
Pacific Beach State Park.
The 10-acre camping park has 2,300 feet of ocean shoreline. The two yurts are within walking distance of the beach and have bunk beds, a full-size futon and heater.
Wallace Falls State Park
Winter is a great time to take in the splendor of Wallace Falls, the 265-foot waterfall located just outside of Gold Bar. The 4,735-acre park has five cabins within walking distance of the trailhead.
Cama Beach State Park
Located on the southwest shore of Camano Island, Cama Beach has plenty of recreation opportunities even in winter. There are 24 standard cabins and two beachside bungalows, which were recently moved to the south end of the park and will be available to rent in March.
Deception Pass State Park
Whidbey Island’s gem has plenty of trails and seashore to explore. There are five cabins in the park and, for the truly adventurous, a cabin on Ben Ure Island, only accessible by beachable human-powered watercraft such as a kayak.