Fields Spring State Park

Three miles of easy interconnected hiking trails meander through the forest and meadows in southeast Washington. The pine forest offers a dramatic backdrop to meadows filled with wildflowers and views that stretch into Oregon that is perfect for naturalists and photographers to explore the beautiful world of the Blue Mountains and Grand Ronde River.

getting there

From WA-129 22.9 miles south of Clarkson, WA (57 miles north of Enterprise Oregon), turn left onto Park Road, and drive ~0.5 mile. Turn right to enter the park, and at the bulletin board, turn left into the parking lot (4,000 ft).

park amenities

  • Three (3) miles of hiking trails.
  • Seven (7) miles of mountain biking trails.
  • Two kitchen shelters with electricity, and 35 unsheltered picnic tables. All are available on a first come, first served basis.
  • Two fire circles.
  • Three horseshoe pits.
  • One softball field.
  • Two Volleyball fields.


  • Visit our Puffer Butte Lodge for information about a good basecamp for a trip to southeastern Washington.
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 3.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 200 ft
  • 1,800 ft
  • USGS Fields Spring
  • see Land Manager
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  • Puffer Butte
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