Palouse Falls State Park

Dayton, Washington 99328

Palouse Falls State Park

Palouse Falls State Park Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Palouse Falls is the only remaining waterfall on the Palouse River that was formed by glacial floods. It is 198 feet high and is most spectacular in the spring and early summer.

The park is more popular with day-trippers than campers, but the campground is serviceable if you do not expect too much. There is plenty of shade, and the park is located near the confluence of the Snake and Palouse Rivers."

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Trail Information

Dayton
Nearby City
Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility
11
Campsites
Year-round; water turned off Oct–Mar
Season
Hiking
Additional Use
Views, Waterfalls
Features
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, (360) 902-8844 (information); (509) 646-9218 (park office); no reservations; parks.state.wa.us
Local Contacts
$10-$15
Fees per Night
Drinking water, picnic tables, fire grills, pit toilets, observation shelter, barrier-free trail to overlook
Facilities

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Dec 2018