- Fields Spring State Park covers nearly 800 acres and offers 20 standard campsites with two primitive sites, 14 picnic sites, two picnic/warming shelters, a trailer dump, 7.5 miles of cross county skiing, three miles of hiking trails, a sled run and lighted tubing hill, two Snow-Park lots, a shop, and two environmental learning centers (ELCs); WoHeLo, with a capacity of 20 campers, and Puffer Butte, with a capacity of 80.
Recreation - Activities at the park include camping, cross country skiing, hiking, picnicking, bird watching, sledding, and tubing.
Climate - Washington's climate varies with each region. The Cascades split the state and alter weather patterns. Fields Spring 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.
Fields Spring State Park, in southeast Washington, is located 4.5 miles south of Anatone, off Highway 129, overlooking the Grand Ronde River.