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We have lived in Washington state for years and didn’t realize this area existed. It feels like Utah or Nevada - desert-warm conditions, breathtaking canyons (which are more accurately dry falls - the canyon was carved by major flooding events during the ice age). A...More
Driving down for our first night in Kennewick, WA., we encountered a refreshing stop amongst the drive through fields, farm land and kilometres and kilometres of highway. This was no majestic mountain but a huge canyon or gulch that opened up to us when we...More
5 of us (two couples, one single) stayed in one of the new 2 bedroom cabins. It was spacious and comfortable with a nice kitchen. No tv (wonderful!). The beds, even the pullout one in the couch, were comfortable and the place was clean and...More
This was our first visit to Sun Lakes State Park. We were extremely pleased with the park and its natural surroundings. It's located in a picturesque setting, is well maintained, has good fishing, and would be a fun place for family camping. Plus, it's close...More
This was our first time driving south from Osoyoos, British Columbia south into the USA. What a beautiful drive. We made a quick stop at Chief Joseph Dam and then continued our drive through the Sun Lakes-Dry Falls area. The park is located at the...More
We often travel US 2 or I 90 from Seattle to other places to the east and Dry Falls and the Coulees of eastern Washington are always bypassed. We have traveled to an amazing number of places but never have truly poked around the Palouse,...More
For a closer look at Dry Falls, we visited the state park. Entrance is usually $10/day, but it was free today. There are lots of small lakes, a resort with cabins, 2 campgrounds, several picnic areas, trails, an environmental learning center, and a golf course....More