Parks in Thurston County

There are 25 county owned regional park sites, which account for approximately 2,800 acres of property and 47.5 miles of recreational trail corridors.

Burfoot Park near Boston Harbor, Kenneydell Park on Black Lake, and Frye Cove Park on Eld Inlet as well as the Griffin and Kenneydell athletic fields are developed and open for public use.

The Chehalis-Western trailhead at Chambers Lake, located on Elizabeth Avenue in Olympia, provides parking, picnic areas, boat launch facilities, fishing, restroom facilities and other amenities for trail users.

A variety of covered picnic shelters as well as the Kenneydell Lodge can be reserved in advance with paid reservations. Call us for availability.

Alcohol is permitted with a Banquet Permit obtained from the Washington State Liquor Board.

Click the links below for photos and more information about our parks.

Burfoot
Burfoot Park
Deschutes Falls
Deschutes Falls
Frye Cove
Frye Cove Park
Kenneydell
Kenneydell Park
Off-Leash
Off-Leash Dog Park
Glacial Preserve
Black River - Mima Prairie
Glacial Preserve