In accordance with Washington state law, dogs must remain on a lead of no greater than eight feet at all times. Schafer State Park was designed by the Washington Heritage Register and the National Register of Historic Places. The property is dedicated to honoring the area's rich history of homesteading and logging. With no specific area demarcated for dog play, there are no on-site amenities for dogs provided at Schafer State Park.
Owners should bring drinking water and a dog dish with them to ensure Fido remains well-hydrated. In addition to this, all owners must clean up after their pets and properly dispose of their waste, and thus, should bring poop bags with them from home. Bathrooms are housed on the grounds for public use. Schafer State Park is a private campground and state park.
Only those who have purchased a Discover Pass are granted access to the grounds. A Discover Pass can be obtained for $30 for an annual permit or $10 for a single day's use. Taxes are not applicable; however, owners must also pay a $5 dealer fee. This beloved park and campground offer the ideal spot for fishing, swimming, and picnicking along the banks of the Satsop River.
Also housed on the grounds is a two-mile trail suitable for hiking. Other on-site recreational opportunities include bird watching, horseshoes, an amphitheater, volleyball courts, and wildlife viewing. Schafer State Park observes all Washington state by-laws and requires all dogs in public areas to be fully vaccinated and in possession of a city dog license. Looking for a new spot for a camping getaway for Fido and the family? Why not plan a trip to Schafer State Park?