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Palouse Falls State Park

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Palouse Falls
Palouse Falls
Palouse Falls
Palouse Falls

Palouse Falls State Park, Washington

Palouse Falls State Park is home to, you guessed it, Palouse Falls. What you might not have guessed is that it’s one of the most impressive falls in the entire state of Washington. Plummeting 198 feet Read more...
Palouse Falls State Park is home to, you guessed it, Palouse Falls. What you might not have guessed is that it’s one of the most impressive falls in the entire state of Washington. Plummeting 198 feet into a mini grand canyon, Palouse Falls offers quite a dramatic view. The whole area is unique in geology and we highly recommend checking out the interpretive signs that tell of how the canyon was formed during the Ice Age floods. Okay, so you’ve done your “oohing and aahing” at the waterfall and now you want to do something else. The first thing you should consider is staying the night at one of the tent sites in the park. The night sky is out here is nothing short of breathtaking. We’ll leave the rest of the activities up to you, because whatever you end up doing it’s bound to be a good time.
Palouse Falls Campground
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