Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park, Coulee City
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park is a 4027acre Washington state park located near Coulee City at the foot of Dry Falls. Formed by the Missoula Floods, Dry Falls is the site of a former waterfall which is now a stark cliff, high and wide. When the floods occurred, the waterfall was ten times the size of Niagara Falls. Today it overlooks a desert oasis filled with lakes and abundant wildlife. It is a prime example of shrub-steppe habitat. There is an interpretive center on area geology. The park is located in Grant County, Washington along Route 17, at the head of the Lower Grand Coulee.Activities and amenitiesThe park has of lake shoreline and offers fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, horse rentals, and a golf course. The campground includes access to the lake, a swimming pool, and a mini golf course. The park is also home to Camp Delany, with eight 9-person cabins and a central meeting hall accommodating up to 120 people.Add Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park to your Coulee City travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Coulee City vacation builder.
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Just beyond the busy campground there is an incredible view point that cannot be ignored. On Highway 17 near Coulee City is this gem. Morning sunrise is a total stunner, you might believe you have tra... read more »
We picked this spot randomly - it was close by around supper time when we decided to get off the road. Sites were a good size It was very quiet - we had our pick of spots. The lake is only a few hundr... read more »
We visit family in the area and a stop at this state park is a must. The first lake has a nice roped off area and is next to the camping cabin area - this is a great spot for families, particularly wi... read more »
Perfect place to vacation. Hiking, biking, paddling, golfing and swimming in a lake or pool. Great little store and cute gift shop. Friendly people, quiet camping even with every site full. Loved it!
Michelle Garcia Purcell
Fun place to go. The RV and car camping section is much nicer and quieter than the resort side. One dangerous thing is they allow swimmers to swim in the boat loading dock. Not safe at all as boats are always coming and going.
John P Cook Jr
It's a natural wonder! Love the sites. So many things to see. Polite staff. One of my favorite places to camp!
One of our favorite places to camp. Clean, quiet, and just right. Beware your kids bike tires though, this place will eat them alive with their goatheads - bring some green tire goo or patches!
Many great Lakes, beautiful scenery, and informative visitor center. A great stop, would recommend.
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