LaCrosse is nestled in the Palouse region of southeast Washington state.  As a town where residents care about and participate in their community, LaCrosse has many social organizations. These include the Lions Club and the Masons. The LaCrosse Business Association promotes area businesses and community activities. LaCrosse is also home to several churches – Catholic, Country Bible, Lutheran and United Methodist.

LaCrosse is an active community and many events are held throughout the year. On the 3rd Saturday in June, LaCrosse pulls out all the stops for its Farmers’ Festival. Events include a parade, community picnic, and games.

For more information, visit the LaCrosse website.

Stone Houses of Lacrosse

The Stone houses

The Stone houses

Pampa Pond, on Highway 26 near Lacrosse


City Park

Channeled Scablands, interesting land formations on Highway 26 in the Lacrosse area.

Selbu Lutheran Church, started in 1903.

Pheasant Valley shooting preserve and sporting clay facility. Lodging and guided hunts are available. Has been featured on “Hunting with Hank” on the Outdoor Channel.