Potholes State Park

Moses Lake, Washington 98837

Potholes State Park

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Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Potholes State Park covers 640 acres and features over 1 mile of shoreline that includes a good swimming beach. Potholes is named for, well, the potholes—great big ones. They are actually depressions in the sand dunes that were created by glaciers during the ice age and then subsequently flooded.

A good hiking trail follows the Frenchman Hills Wasteway. Local birdlife includes white
pelicans, sandhill cranes, and great blue herons. Fish include largemouth and smallmouth bass, rainbow trout, crappie, bluegill, and perch. Metal detecting is prohibited."

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Trail Information

Moses Lake
Nearby City
Kid-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility
127
Campsites
Year-round
Season
Boat Launch/Ramp, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Hiking
Additional Use
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, (360) 902-8844 (information); (509) 346-2759 (park office); individual campsites can be reserved year-round at https://washington.goingtocamp.com or by calling (888) 226-7688; parks.state.wa.us/
Local Contacts
$10-$20+
Fees per Night
Drinking water, picnic tables, fire grills, flush toilets (2 ADA), coin-operated showers (2 ADA), dump station, store, playground, firewood (fee), boat ramp
Facilities

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Dec 2018