Moran State Park was named for Robert Moran, the Seattle Mayor and ship builder who provided the land for the park. The residence he built, Rosario, continues to be one of the San Juans premier resorts. At nearly 5,000 acres, Moran State Park is one of the largest in Washington State. The park contains five lakes, over 30 miles of trails and more than 150 campsites.
Mount Constitution provides unsurpassed views of both the San Juans and Canadian Gulf Islands, the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges and Vancouver Island from its 2,454 foot summit.
- Bonnie Sliger Memorial Trail
- Cascade Creek Trail
- Cascade Loop Trail
- Cold Creek Trail
- Cold Springs Trail
- Mount Pickett
- Mountain Lake Loop Trail
- North Side Trail
- Rosario Lagoon Trail
Campgrounds – 1-800-452-5687, (360) 376-2326, advance reservations required between May 15 and Sept. 15.
- North End – At entrance above Cascade Lake, 52 sites
- Midway – 50 sites
- South End – South end of Cascade Lake, 17 sites, walk in sites for backpackers and cyclists only