Moran State Park Centennial is in 2021

Join us in Planning the Big Event

Moran State Park celebrates its Centennial next year.  Friends of Moran is forming a steering committee to help plan the June 2021 event and needs your help.  We would like to hear from local artists, musicians, food vendors, island stewards, environmentalists, outreach interpreters and park-lovers who might like to help brainstorm what this celebration should entail.  The Centennial celebration will coincide with the grand opening of the new Mt. Constitution Interpretive Center and Summit Gift Shop, a true showcase for park-related history, ecology and geology.  Come join the fun and help us plan a worthy event for all islanders to enjoy. 

For more information, please contact Sandi at

View Our Featured Plants of the Park

Read the latest Plant of the Month Article and learn about the native species in our area.

Friends of Moran State Park and COVID-19

During this time of closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we at the Friends of Moran are committed to keeping the community engaged with each other and with the outdoors. Below are some ideas we hope will ease this time while we social distance. On behalf of the Friends; Stay Well and Stay Safe.

Moran State Park is re-opening. Visit the WA State Park website for more information.

Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife is offering some great Resources for Home Schooling.

Hike safely in the Park. Follow these guidelines.

Turn your Neighborhood Stroll into an Adventure.
Check out the fun ideas listed here.

Get Crafty Indoors while thinking Green.
Looking for things to do indoors? Check out these great ideas.

Share your State Park Memories.
WA state parks is looking for photos of happy memories of times spent in the parks. Check it out here.

Start a Nature Blog.
Here are some great ideas on connecting with nature through journaling.

Looking for ideas for the kids?
Join the Buddy Bison Program
Join up with the Junior Rangers Program.
Attend a free listening experience for children at
Check out these ideas for getting the kids outdoors (while following social distancing rules).
Take a virtual dive of the National Marine Sanctuaries.