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Ginkgo Petrified Forest / Wanapum Recreational Area, Washington

Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park looks a little bit like an alien wasteland out of our sci-fi dreams, thanks to a barren basalt landscape carved out during the Ice Age. Dubbed one of the “most Read more...
Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park looks a little bit like an alien wasteland out of our sci-fi dreams, thanks to a barren basalt landscape carved out during the Ice Age. Dubbed one of the “most unusual fossil forests in the world,” the 7,470-acre park will please the nerdy geologist in all of us. Hike the Trees of Stone Interpretive Trail to oogle at over two dozen petrified logs scattered along this ancient fossil bed. Then take a trip to the park’s interpretive center to check out an incredibly diverse collection of petrified wood. Bonus: the interpretive center affords breathtaking views of the unique landscape, Sentinel Gap, and the mighty Columbia River. Speaking of the river, boating, swimming, fishing, and water skiing are popular activities at the park. So pack up the car and head over to Ginkgo Forest to experience some truly unique beauty.
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