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Flaming Geyser State Park takes its name from the open ?geysers?, natural gas vents, or methane seeps that gives off a magnificent flame off to the air. It is a 480-acre of land that serves as a day-use park. It also has a freshwater shoreline, allowing whitewater rafting in the area. Model airplane flying is also popularly done in the area, as well as picnicking.

The original Flaming Geyser State Park opened in the 1920s as a private park. However, the original owners gone bankrupt, so the Washington State Parks took the opportunity to save it and make it continually available to the public.

Sadly, in the recent years, Flaming Geyser State Park fell to disrepair and lack of maintenance due to budget issues. However, today, thanks to new funding mechanisms cooked up by the government, they?ve already found a way to save the state parks.
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