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Projected State Park Closures

Thirty Three Parks Listed as Potential Sites

A list of Washington State Parks slated for possible "mothballing" by the State legislature. Source: Washington State Parks.

 

Location



Annual Expenditures

Annual

Total Revenue

Cost Savings per year if mothballed

% Total Revenue / Park Expenditures

FTE

Annual

Visitation Tota

 

 

Jarrell Cove



185,226

32,239

152,987

17.41%

2.71

35,860


 

Fields Spring



198,241

43,232

155,009

21.81%

2.90

60,690



Federation Forest



230,567

5,217

225,350

2.26%

3.34

62,424



Sacajawea



210,781

16,252

194,530

7.71%

3.15

63,573



Rainbow Falls



259,565

54,530

205,035

21.01%

3.83

68,669



Beacon Rock



503,848

245,914

257,934

48.81%

7.87

91,289



Lewis & Clark



287,410

52,378

235,032

18.22%

3.61

92,845



Fort Columbia



228,397

157

228,240

0.07%

4.34

113,055



Alta Lake



367,421

139,405

228,016

37.94%

4.99

135,994



Columbia Plateau Trail



373,567

21,491

352,076

5.75%

4.70

138,728



Wallace Falls



181,089

20,767

160,322

11.47%

3.35

145,162



Lake Easton



623,409

189,918

433,491

30.46%

8.15

149,850



Yakima Sportsman



330,637

111,252

219,385

33.65%

4.93

169,254



Maryhill



408,518

217,540

190,978

53.25%

5.97

182,506



Illahee



314,263

46,336

267,927

14.74%

4.86

191,510

 


Dash Point



455,220

186,855

268,365

41.05%

6.08

193,778



Potlatch



223,816

59,488

164,328

26.58%

3.16

205,229



Twin Harbors



690,834

250,371

440,463

36.24%

9.30

210,800



Ginkgo/Wanapum



347,505

157,083

190,422

45.20%

5.05

253,351



Flaming Geyser



434,109

52,421

381,688

12.08%

6.05

258,819



Peace Arch



242,762

12,042

230,720

4.96%

3.81

265,033



Saltwater



262,516

75,263

187,253

28.67%

4.96

309,046



Ocean City



646,636

294,691

351,945

45.57%

9.06

311,697



Fort Ebey



300,207

131,512

168,695

43.81%

4.84

315,458



Wenatchee Confluence



399,089

247,744

151,344

62.08%

5.44

317,281



Lake Wenatchee



423,515

253,792

169,723

59.93%

6.93

355,746



Fort Flagler



674,989

458,537

216,452

67.93%

8.92

447,951



Mount Spokane



579,639

166,574

413,065

28.74%

8.81

484,636



Millersylvania Memorial



556,373

349,692

206,681

62.85%

8.37

649,221



Sun Lakes - Dry Falls



653,159

278,411

374,748

42.63%

9.74

660,789



Larrabee



412,521

184,573

227,948

44.74%

6.00

692,583



Fort Casey



472,018

111,613

360,405

23.65%

6.75

698,077
















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