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Lake Sacajawea National Park

12 Activites Phone: (509)-547-7781 Distance: 3.31 miles

Lake Sacajawea, located in southeastern Washington along the lower Snake River (near the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers), offers water fun and relaxation. The landscape is characteristic of wide-open vistas with few trees, while the climate is arid. Popular activities include boating, camping, swimming, water-skiing, hunting and fishing. Recreation facilities range from full service...

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Mcnary National Wildlife Refuge Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-547-4942 Email: David_Linehan@fws.gov Distance: 5.12 miles

Extending along the east bank of the Columbia River from the confluence of the Snake River to the mouth of the Walla Walla River and downstream into Oregon, the McNary National Wildlife Refuge preserves a priceless diversity of fish, wildlife, and plants. McNary Refuge serves as an anchor for biodiversity and ecosystem-level conservation. Refuge bays and shorelines are critical nurseries for d...

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Juniper Dunes Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Phone: (509)-536-1200 Email: BLM_OR_SP_Mail@blm.gov Distance: 8.65 miles

The Juniper Dunes Wilderness now contains a total of 7,140 acres and is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 1984 the Juniper Dunes Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude....

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Whitman Mission National Historic Site

Rank: 261 3 Activites Email: WHMI_Interpretation@nps.gov Distance: 24.27 miles

The 1847 Whitman "Massacre" horrified Americans and impacted the lives of the peoples of the Columbia Plateau for decades afterwards. Was killing the Whitmans justified legal retribution, an act of revenge, or some combination of both?The circumstances that surround this tragic event resonate with modern issues of cultural interaction and differing perspectives.

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Lake Wallula National Park

12 Activites Phone: (541)-922-3211 Distance: 26.28 miles

Lake Wallula, located in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington along the Columbia River, provides for water fun and relaxation. Up-lake near the junction of Highways 12 and 730 in Washington is an area known as Wallula Gap where the canyon narrows. Wallula Gap is the site of colorful Indian lore and is a place where interesting natural phenomena occurred during an ancient catastrophic ev...

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Cold Springs National Wildlife Refuge Park

5 Activites Phone: (509)-545-8588 Email: David_Linehan@fws.gov Distance: 26.48 miles

In the arid but seasonally-cold desert of northeastern Oregon, an oasis for wildlife has appeared where water and desert mingle. The 3,117 acre Cold Springs Refuge consists of rich and diverse wetland habitats surrounded by upland habitat of big sagebrush and native steppe grasses. A riparian component of willow and cottonwood provides refuge for birds, mammals, and other animals in this uniqu...

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Lake West National Park

8 Activites Phone: (509)-282-3219 Distance: 30.25 miles

Lake West, located in southeastern Washington on a remote section of the lower Snake River, provides for water fun and relaxation. Popular activities include boating, camping, swimming, water-skiing, hunting, and fishing. Visitors can enjoy the scenic variety afforded by the surrounding countryside of the Palouse, a large and secluded fertile agricultural land base that extends well beyond the ho...

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Columbia National Wildlife Refuge Park

7 Activites Phone: (509)-488-2668 Email: Bob_Flores@fws.gov Distance: 31.42 miles

Located in the spectacular Columbia Basin in eastern Washington, Columbia National Wildlife Refuge is a scenic mixture of rugged cliffs, canyons, lakes, and arid sagebrush grasslands that attract migrating and wintering waterfowl, sandhill crane, neotropical migrants, and nesting birds. The refuge's setting is the geological area known as the Channeled Scablands' an area formed when great glac...

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Bennington Lake National Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-527-7160 Distance: 32.57 miles

Bennington Lake is located in southeastern Washington minutes from historic downtown Walla Walla, Washington?s oldest city. Enjoy beautiful views of the northern Blue Mountains and the open space surrounding the lake. Bennington Lake, while small, offers plenty of fun, safe, and relaxing times. Tour local wineries and taste the world famous Walla Walla sweet onions (summers only). Take a short t...

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Scooteney Reservoir National Park

7 Activites Phone: (509)-234-0527 Distance: 35.73 miles

This Reservoir is part of the Columbia Basin Project which also includes Grand Coulee Dam. Fish species in this 925-acre reservoir include yellow perch, crappie, largemouth bass, and smallmouth bass.

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Umatilla National Wildlife Refuge Park

7 Activites Phone: (509)-545-8670 Email: David_Linehan@fws.gov Distance: 37.33 miles

Umatilla National Wildlife Refuge, was established in 1969 for wildlife habitat lost to flooding caused by the construction of the John Day Lock and Dam. The 25,347 acre refuge, located in the arid Columbia Basin of northeast Oregon and southeast Washington astride the Columbia River, includes open water, shallow marshes, backwater sloughs, croplands, islands, and shrub-steppe uplands. Mig...

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Mckay Reservoir National Park

4 Activites Phone: (509)-546-8300 Distance: 41.92 miles

McKay Dam and reservoir are features of the Umatilla Project. This 1,200-acre reservoir is located 8 miles south of Pendleton. Fishing permitted Mar. 1 thorough Sept. 30. Available species include rainbow trout, crappie, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, sunfish, and yellow perch.

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Mckay Creek National Wildlife Refuge Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-545-8588 Email: David_Linehan@fws.gov Distance: 43.53 miles

Nestled between the plains and the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon, McKay Creek National Wildlife Refuge offers habitat for rare and endangered species and is a haven for breeding and migratory birds. The lack of other local wetland habitats elevates the importance of this refuge as a home to a variety of wildlife and plant species in an arid environment. Aquatic habitats serve as resting and...

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Saddle Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (509)-371-1801 Email: hanfordreach@fws.gov Distance: 48.26 miles

Saddle Mountain National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1953. The 195,000-acre Hanford Reach National Monument/Saddle Mountain National Wildlife Refuge was created when President Bill Clinton signed Proclamation 7319 on June 9, 2000. The Monument/Refuge is the first of its kind under U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service management within the lower 48 states and managed as a unit of the National Wil...

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Lake Bryan National Park

9 Activites Phone: (509)-751-0240 Distance: 49.60 miles

Lake Bryan, located in southeastern Washington along the remote lower Snake River, provides for water fun and relaxation. The landscape is characteristic of wide-open vistas with steep canyon walls and few trees. The climate is arid. Popular activities include fish viewing, boating, camping, swimming, water-skiing, hunting and fishing. Recreation facilities include picnic areas and semi-primit...

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North Fork Umatilla Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 49.88 miles

The North Fork Umatilla Wilderness now contains a total of 20,435 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Oregon. In 1984 the North Fork Umatilla Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. I...

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Saddle Mountain National Park

4 Activites Phone: (509)-536-1200 Email: BLM_OR_SP_Mail@blm.gov Distance: 50.18 miles

Elevations range from a low of 486 feet at the Columbia River to approximately 2,700 feet at Wahatis Peak to the east. The Saddle Mountains have a gentle southern slope in contrast to theprecipitously bold relief of the north-facingcliffs. There are sand dunes on the western toe slopes caused by consistent strong winds along the Columbia River. Vegetation is dominated by big sagebrush and bluebunc...

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Potholes Reservoir National Park

8 Activites Phone: (509)-765-6641 Distance: 60.29 miles

The Potholes Reservoir is part of the Columbia Basin Project and formed by O'Sullivan Dam. Potholes refers to the many glacial depressions in ancient sand dunes here. These potholes and small islands make this area one of the best in Washington for birding. The best birding is from March through October: Sandhill cranes and waterfowl in late February, raptors in April, Sage Thrasher, Lark Spar...

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Desert Wildlife Rec. Area National Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-754-4624 Distance: 62.56 miles

This area includes Winchester Reservoir, Winchester Wasteway, Frenchman Hills Wasteway, and numerous small ponds and marshes. Fishing is year-round for yellow perch, crappie, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and rainbow trout. Access is limited in some areas. Boat motors are prohibited seasonally on Winchester Wasteway. Some sites have restrooms and boat ramps.

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Willow Creek National Park

4 Activites Phone: (541)-296-1181 Distance: 66.49 miles

Willow Creek Lake is a flood control dam designed to protect the city of Heppner, Oregon. The dam also provides valuable water storage for irrigation for the area. When a flash flood occurs, the flood waters will be caught and stored, and slowly released until the lake returns to its maintained elevation of 2063 feet.

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Toppenish National Wildlife Refuge Park

2 Activites Phone: (509)-865-2405 Email: David_Linehan@fws.gov Distance: 70.51 miles

In the agriculturally-intensive Yakima Valley of eastern Washington, there is a wildlife oasis--the Toppenish National Wildlife Refuge. Using the waters of Toppenish and Snake Creeks and supplemented with summer irrigation, managers are able to provide a mosaic of refuge wetlands interspersed with lush riparian and native upland habitats. Wetland habitats rich with food attract thousands of wi...

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Lower Granite Lake National Park

11 Activites Phone: (509)-843-1493 Distance: 77.32 miles

Lower Granite Lake, located in extreme southeastern Washington and central Idaho along the lower Snake and Clearwater Rivers, provides for a wide spectrum of outdoor recreation fun. In the adjoining towns of Clarkston, Washington and Lewiston, Idaho there are 22 miles of levees designated as the Clearwater & Snake River National Recreation Trail for walking, bicycling or running. The Lewis and Cl...

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Quincy Wildlife Rec. Area National Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-765-6641 Distance: 80.33 miles

These impoundments include Evergreen Reservoir and Burke, Quincy, Babcock Ridge, and Stand Coffin Lakes. Fish species include yellow perch, crappie, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, and rainbow trout. Burke and Quincy lakes are seasonal trout waters open Mar. 1 through Jul. 31. Restrooms available in some areas.

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Roza Diversion Dam National Park

4 Activites Phone: (509)-575-5848 Distance: 82.80 miles

Roza Diversion Dam, 10 miles north of Yakima, Washington, diverts water from the Yakima River. The dam which is part of the Yakima Project is 486 feet long at the crest and 67 feet high. The dam impounds approximately 100 acres of water. Fishing opportunities for whitefish, rainbow trout, and salmon.

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Billy Clapp Lake National Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-765-6641 Email: PNinfo@usbr.gov Distance: 87.19 miles

Billy Clapp Lake is formed by Pinto Dam which is part of the Columbia Basin Project. Lands around the 1,010 acre lake are included in a wildlife reserve program. Access is limited. Summer Falls State Park, on the north end of the lake, is open for day use. The Department of Wildlife provides public access and the only boat ramp at the south end. Angling opportunities include yellow perch, crap...

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