Campsites & Campgrounds

Snohomish County Parks offers a variety of beautiful campsites that are open year-round*. You can choose to camp in your own tent, RV or rent a cabin or yurt.  Select a park for more park info on that facility, or Reserve Now! to access the reservation system.  Refer to the Reservation Policy page for an overview of instructions, restrictions, and additional information. 


ParkNon Utility
 Sites
Utility
 Sites
ShowersRV DumpCabins
Vacation
 House
Yurts
Flowing LakeYESYESYESNOYESNONO
Kayak PointNOYESYESNONOYESYES
River MeadowsYESNOYES**NONONOYES
Squire CreekYESNONONONONONO
Evergreen State FairgroundsNOYESYESYESNONONO
WenbergYESYESYESYESNONONO

* Flowing Lake and Wenberg campsites closed in winter

** Showers are for yurt camping only

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Important Notes

  • Alcohol is not permitted in any county park except under special banquet permit in the Gary Weikel Room at Willis Tucker Park
  • RV sites are available at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds from April 1-October 31 (excluding Fair time). This facility is not a campground and does not offer discounts of any kind.
  • Wenberg and Flowing Lake Campsites are closed Nov 1 - Feb 28.
  • Camping is limited to 14 nights in a 30-day period (7 nights at Fairgrounds)

Electrical Hook-Ups

Know before you go.  RV Electrical hook-up amperage varies between parks and, in some cases, campsites.  Adapters may be needed based upon your unit's configuration.  Please see below.

50, 30, & 20 Amp

Outlets-50A (new)All Kayak Point campsites 

Flowing Lake Sites 5, 13, 14, 20, 24-26, & 36


50 & 10 Amp

Outlets-50A(old)

Flowing Lake sites 11, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, & 35

Wenberg sites 1-10


30 & 10 Amp

Outlets-30A (old)

Flowing Lake sites 1-4, 6-10, 12, 15-19, 21-23.  

Wenberg sites 11-29, 45, & 47