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Camping at Tacoma Power Parks


Play all day. Stay all night.
Get up-to-date info on boat launches and lake levels, or call 1-888-502-8690 for recorded info.
 
Campfires?
As of Aug. 17, 2016, outdoor burning, including campfires in fire pits and the use of charcoal briquettes, is not allowed at Tacoma Power Parks (or on Tacoma Power lands outside of the parks) due to a statewide burn ban. Gas and propane cook stoves with on/off controls are allowed.
 

Day-use areas  

  • Day-use parking costs $5 on weekends and holidays between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends 
  • Enjoy free day-use parking on other days
  • Open year round at each park (closed Dec. 20 - Jan. 1)

Where to Camp

Tacoma Power Parks are located in Western Washington on the shores of lakes formed by our hydroelectric dams, which generate clean, renewable electricity.


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About Our Parks

Our parks are clean and well-maintained, and our employees are friendly.

All of our parks feature:

  • Individual and group sites for RV and tent campers
  • Year-round day-use areas
  • Boat launches
  • ADA-accessible campsites and facilities
Get up-to-date info on boat launches and lake levels, or call 1-888-502-8690 for recorded info.

Alder Lake Park
  • Located on the shoreline of Alder Lake near Eatonville, WA
  • Year-round camping (closed Dec. 20 - Jan. 1)
  • 173 individual campsites
Mayfield Lake Park
  • Located on the shoreline of Mayfield Lake near Mossyrock, WA
  • Open for camping Apr. 15 - Oct. 15
  • 54 individual campsites
Mossyrock Park
  • Located on the shoreline of Riffe Lake near Mossyrock, WA
  • Year-round camping (closed Dec. 20 - Jan. 1)
  • 152 individual campsites
  • Seasonal store and fast-food concession stand
Taidnapam Park
  • Located on the shoreline of Riffe Lake near Glenoma, WA
  • Year-round camping (closed Dec. 20 - Jan. 1)
  • 163 individual campsites

Headed out on on water?
For recorded information about Tacoma Power's boat launches, river flows and lake levels, call 1-888-502-8690.

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