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Links and phone numbers for ranger stations to find out trail, road and camping conditions in Washington.

U.S. Forest Service

Outdoor Recreation Information Center
Representatives from U.S. Forest Service and National Park Service

Glacier Public Service Center
Glacier Public Service Center on SR 542 serves visitors headed into the northern reaches of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and North Cascades National Park.

REI - Seattle Store
10am - 6pm, Monday-Sunday
(206) 470-4060

Colville National Forest
Headquarters:  (509) 684-7000.  Website
Three Rivers District: (509) 738-7700
Kettle Falls District:  (509) 738-2300
Republic Ranger District:  (509) 775-7400
Newport Ranger District:  (509) 447-7300 
Sullivan Lake Ranger District:  (509) 446-7500

Trail Conditions
Roads Report
Campground Info

Gifford Pinchot National Forest
Headquarters:  (360) 891-5001.  Website
Cowlitz Valley Ranger District:  (360) 497-1100
Mt. Adams Ranger District:  (509) 395-3400
Trail Conditions
Road News
Campground Info

Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
Headquarters:  (800) 627-0062 or (425) 783-6000
Mt. Baker Ranger District:  (360) 856-5700.  Website
Darrington Ranger District:  (360) 436-1155.  Website
Skykomish Ranger District:  (360) 677-2414.  Website
Snoqualmie Ranger District:  (425) 888-1421.  Website
North Bend Office:  (425) 888-1421
Verlot Public Service Center:  (360) 691-7791
Enumclaw Office:  (360) 825-6585
Trail Conditions
Road Conditions
Campground Info

Okanogan - Wenatchee National Forest
Okanogan - Wenatchee Headquarters:  (509) 664-9200.

Okanogan Website
Okanogan Valley Office:  (509) 826-3275. 
Tonasket Ranger District:  (509) 486-2186
Methow Valley Ranger District:  (509) 996-4000
Trail Conditions
Road Conditions
Campground Info

Wenatchee Website
Chelan Ranger District:  (509) 682-2576
Cle Elum Ranger District:  (509) 852-1100
Entiat Ranger District:  (509) 784-1511
Lake Wentachee Ranger Station:  (509) 763-3103
Naches Ranger District:  (509) 653-1400
Wenatchee River Ranger District:  (509) 548-6977
Alpine Lakes Wilderness Permits
Trail Info
Recent Road & Trail Conditions
Campground Info

Olympic National Forest
Headquarters: (360) 956-2402.  Website
Hood Canal Ranger District:  (360) 765-2200.

Pacific Ranger District North (Forks):  (360) 374-6522. 
Pacific Ranger District South (Quinault):  (360) 288-2525. 
Trail Info
Recent Road Conditions
Campground Info

Umatilla National Forest
Headquarters:  (541) 278-3716.  Website
Pomeroy Ranger District:  (541) 278-3716. 
Walla Walla Ranger District:  (509) 522-6290.
Trail Info
Recreation and Road Conditions
Campground Info

National Park Service & National Monument

North Cascades National Park
Headquarters:  (360) 854-7200. Website
Wilderness Information Center: (360) 854-7245 (for backcountry permits, hiking info)
Permit Info for Backpacking & Climbing
Trail Conditions
Road Conditions
Campground Info

Mt. Rainier National Park
Headquarters:  (360) 569-2211.  Website
Wilderness Information Center: (360) 569-6650 (for backcountry permits, hiking info)
Permit Info for Backpacking & Climbing
Trail Conditions
Road Conditions
Campground Info

Olympic National Park
Headquarters:  (360) 565-3130.  Website
Wilderness Information Center: (360) 565-3100 (for backcountry permits, hiking info)
Permit Info for Backpacking
Trail Conditions
Road Conditions
Campground Info

Mount St. Helens National Monument
Headquarters:  (360) 449-7800.  Website
Trail Info
Recreation Passes & Permits
Road & Trail Conditions
Campground Info

State Lands and County Parks

Washington Department of Natural Resources

Contact DNR: (360) 902-1000. Website
Recreation on DNR- Managed Lands

Washington State Parks

Information Center:  (360) 902-8844. Website

King County Parks

Contact information: (206) 296-6500.
Park Finder Map (parks, trails, facilities map)
Downloadable Topo Maps

Pierce County Parks Department

Contact Information: (253) 798-4177
Activity Guide
Events

Snohomish County Parks

Contact Information: (425) 388-3411
Parks by Feature
Camping/Cabin Reservations

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