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Explore the Palouse

Kamiak Butte

Kamiak Butte, north of Pullman off of Highway 27, rises 3,641 feet and offers beautiful views, hiking trails and camping sites.
For more information visit the Whitman County Parks website here.

Steptoe Butte

Steptoe Butte, which is off of Highway 195 north of Colfax, is a quartzite butte that rises 3,618 into the sky and offers spectacular panoramic views of the Palouse region.
Steptoe Butte is a 168-acre day-use park. Camping options for an eastern Washington road trip include Riverside, Field Springs and Lewis & Clark Trail state parks, all less than two hours away.  A discover pass is required for vehicle entry.
For more information visit the Washington State Parks website here.

Palouse Falls State Park

Palouse Falls State Park, in the channeled scablands near Washtucna, has falls that cascade 198 feet into a round salt rock canyon.
Carved more than 13,000 years ago, Palouse Falls is among the last active waterfalls on the Ice Age floods path. This natural wonder was named Washington's state waterfall in 2014, when the state Legislature passed a bill written by local schoolchildren, who advocated for the designation.

For more information visit the Washington State Parks website here.

Boyer Park

Boyer Park & Marina KOA boasts 61 beautiful paved RV sites, 4 camping cabins, and 3 tent sites along the Snake River in a picture perfect park like setting. The Park also has 8 boat docks that have a dump station along with fuel for your boat. There is a 4 mile walking asphalt path along the river going up to the Lower Granite Dam for you to take in the views of the gorge. The KOA also has a Restaurant and store for all your camping amenities and much more. Don't forget to visit the sandy beach area for a little bit of relaxation.
For more information visit the KOA Boyer Park website here.
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