- While hiking through Daroga State Park, be sure to keep your eyes open for bobcats, coyotes, birds, and deer.
- Bring your favorite sports paraphernalia and put the sports facilities to good use.
- With the boat ramps, docks, and swimming spots, you’ll have enough summer activities to keep you busy
What can I see and do at Daroga State Park?
- Camping: Daroga State Park has 17 tent sites, 28 utility sites, 1 RV dump station, 4 restrooms and 12 showers that are available on a first come, first serve basis.
- Golf Course: For those of you who like to be outside and enjoy some light exercise, visit the Desert Canyon Golf Course. It’s only 2 miles away from Daroga State Park.
- Boating: At the Daroga State Park Washington there are 2 boat ramps, 3 docks and places for fishing and swimming that are open to the public.
- Sports: Be sure to put to good use the baseball fields, basketball courts, softball field, and soccer field that are available for use at Daroga State Park WA.
- Wildlife: A great area for viewing wildlife, you will have opportunity to see bobcats, coyotes, deer, moose, otters, rabbits, birds and fish.
Where is Daroga State Park?
Washington Daroga State Park is about 92 miles from Leavenworth. Take US 2 E/US 97 N toward Spokane. Turn onto WA 173 E and follow to get to the state park.
How much does visiting Daroga State Park cost?
In order to visit Daroga State Park you will need a Discover Pass which costs $10 for a day pass.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information please call the visitors center at (360) 902-8844.