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Kanaskat-Palmer State Park
East of Enumclaw, WA

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Kanaskat-Palmer state park
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Kanaskat-Palmer locationLocation
Kanaskat/Palmer Recreation Area is located 11 miles northeast of Enumclaw and State Highway 410 via Farman Road.

Park Hours
Summer: 8 a.m. to dusk.
Winter: 8 a.m. to dusk.
The park is open year-round for camping and day use.

Check-in time, 2:30 p.m.
Check-out time, 1 p.m.
Quiet hours: 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.
Reservations at Washington State Parks.

296.75 acres with 12,900 feet of Green River frontage.

Acquisition of eight parcels began in 1973 and was completed in March 1982.

19 electric only and 31 standard campsites, 65 picnic sites, 85 car parking lot in the day use area and 17 car parking in the campground area, 3 miles of hiking trails, 3 miles of public roads, ranger residence, shop, 6 bulletin boards, park aide quarters, group camping (8 standard sites, two adirondack shelters) and a group use shelter, 4 restrooms (2 with showers), 1 kitchen shelter, 4 picnic shelters, and 4 primitive sites. Reservations are accepted both for group day use and group camping areas. The maximum size for group day use is 100 people. The maximum size for group camping is 80 people.

Of Special Interest
A natural forest setting on the banks of the Green River at the upstream end of the Green River gorge makes this a popular put-in for kayakers and rafters seeking whitewater thrills and adventure. This is water for the experienced whitewater enthusiast only and definitely not for the beginner or casual rafter. The Green River is usually in the top ten steelhead rivers in Washington, adding to our popularity, especially in the winter months.

Camping, picnicking, rafting, kayaking, fishing, nature study, and hiking.

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