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Palouse Falls State Park, Washtucna

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#16 of 136 in Nature in Washington State
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  • My husband and I went here on a Sunday afternoon around 2 pm and had no problems with traffic or parking. We got a little crazy and decided to do the trail all the way down to the bottom. This is very...  more »
  • I was able to arrive at the falls parking lot around 8am to about 5 cars in the lot. Stay the night nearby so you can beat the crowds. I hiked around and took lots of pictures. It was so beautiful - b...  more »
  • Coworkers had told me about Palouse Falls and said I should really go visit. I was off the following Sunday and decided I'd take the hour drive out to see what it was like. Unfortunately for me, the w...  more »
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  • This is a great place to visit.. During the spring runoff is probably the best time of year to visit this park and enjoy a few of the camp spots offered if you want to stay the night or use the day camping spots as well.. If you feeling adventurous there is also a trail that leads from the over look area down to a lil swimming area/cool off pools in the river before heading downstream to the top of the waterfall or down the side trial to the base of the falls..
  • Stunning views that we enjoyed immensely. Great opportunities to hike as well. The State should consider posting a sign on the highway indicating no r.v. camping. Dragging your R. V. down a 2 mile bumpy road only to be told you can't stay is a bit frustrating. Some simple communication would be a great fix.
  • Absolutely stunning views of Palouse Falls. Trails take you in several directions in the park, and all are a nice walk so be warned some of the places near the rim do not have a railing. However, if you are here with a family and young kids there are still plenty of places to get excellent views of the waterfall and the canyon which do have a railing. This park offers camping as well. Definitely worth a trip!!
  • Paloose falls is a beautiful and very accessible natural wonder. Great for photography (incl Astro photography). Small campsite has very nice setting and is on first-come-first-serve basis
  • Palouse Falls is a fine place. They only have one hike that I know of and it is very short. Its good for one visit but I wouldn't go again.