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Palouse Falls among state parks to open


Last updated 6/16/2020 at 5:36pm

KAHLOTUS — Washington State Parks has released a list of the parks that will be opening May 5 for outdoor recreation, provided visitors keep their distance.

In Eastern Washington, the initial list of openings include:

Alta Lake


Columbia Plateau Trail


Ginkgo Petrified Forest

Goldendale Observatory

Lake Chelan

Lake Wenatchee

Lincoln Rock

Lyons Ferry

Mount Spokane

Nine Mile Falls Recreation Area

Palouse Falls

Perrygin Lake

Potholes Reservoir

Riverside (Spokane)


Steamboat Rock

Steptoe Battlefield

Steptoe Butte

Sun Lakes


Wenatchee Confluence

Yakima Sportsman

Among the areas that will remain closed by the state are Crawford State Park, Gardner Cave and Maryhill State Park.


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