- Camp William T. Wooten State Park covers 40 acres and 4,100 feet of freshwater shoreline. Facilities include the Environmental Learning Center buildings, an archery range, a campfire circle, an interpretive trail, an indoor swimming pool, a man-made lake, two outdoor interpretive shelters, and a multipurpose field and athletic court.
Recreation - Youth groups, schools, private groups frequent the park and enjoy fishing, hunting base camps, winter activities and environmental education facilities. A volunteer group, THE CAMP WOOTEN ASSOCIATION, is instrumental in guiding operations at this ELC.
Climate - Washington's climate varies with each region. The Cascades split the state and alter weather patterns. Camp William T. Wooten State Park, located east of the mountains, receives significantly less rainfall than regions west of the mountains with an average annual precipitation of twelve inches.
Average summer temperatures are 94 degrees maximum and 50 degrees minimum. Because central Washington is landlocked and subject to winter winds, winter temperatures are much colder than those in western Washington.
Camp Wooten State Park, in southeast Washington, is located in Columbia County, 45 miles southeast of Dayton on the Tucannon River in the Blue Mountains.