Moran State Park

Artistic Arch

Moran State Park has over 5,200 acres to explore by foot, bike, horse, boat or car.  There are over 35 miles of trails, 5 freshwater lakes, picnic areas, overnight camping, a vacation house rental and an overnight retreat center that holds up to 144 people.  There are beautiful flora, fauna and water falls as well as scenic views from the trails and/or from the comfort of your vehicle.  Cascade Lake has a swimming beach, a playground for the kids, and fishing for bass, trout sunfish or Kokanee (a land locked Salmon) stocked from the hatchery.

For the history buffs and architect enthusiasts, there are over 20 historical buildings that were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the ‘30s and ‘40s.  The stone tower at the top of Mount Constitution offers spectacular  views.

Moran is open year round. Call 888-CAMPOUT for information about campsite availability.

Click here for a trail map of the park

Friends of Moran

Friends of Moran, Supporters of the Moran State Park is a volunteer,  non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to support park staff as they manage Moran State Park. We strive to enhance the visitor experience by providing educational opportunities related to the cultural, historical and natural environments at the park

Friends uses the proceeds from our tiny gift shop located at the summit of Mount Constitution and donations we collect or  grant opportunities we have pursued to fill-in gaps where state funding fails.

We recruit, enroll, and coordinate volunteer support for park maintenance, educational outreach, and restoration of buildings, landscapes and facilities, as well as organize special events such as our annual park cleanup.