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Yakima Sportsman State Park

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Yakima Sportsman
Yakima Sportsman
Yakima Sportsman
Yakima Sportsman

Yakima Sportsman State Park, Washington

Game recognize game! Originally created by the Yakima Sportsman Association to preserve natural resources and promote good practices for game management, Yakima Sportsman State Park sits along the Read more...
Game recognize game! Originally created by the Yakima Sportsman Association to preserve natural resources and promote good practices for game management, Yakima Sportsman State Park sits along the floodplain of the Yakima River in a lush, irrigated green zone in an otherwise desert-like area. Stories are passed down through generations here as fishermen and women, young and old, flock to the ponds, lakes and rivers of the area. Other activities include hiking, horseshoes and playing bird bingo with the 140 species living in the area. The park campground is often used as a sleepover (or slumber party) for events at the Yakima Sun-Dome and fairgrounds. Be sure to pick up a Discover Pass if you’re headed here for day use.
Yakima Sportsman Campground
With 30 tent and 37 utility spaces, Yakima Sportsman Campground is a spacious place for you and your...
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