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Lake Lenore Caves State Park

Lake Lenore Caves illustrate the type of shelter used by prehistoric man for temporary housing during hunting and gathering trips. The caves themselves were formed by the plucking of basalt from the walls of the coulee by the rush of melt waters during the ice age. There are seven caves accessible by the maintained trail.

The Washington State Parks system includes more than 125 developed parks and covers about a quarter million acres.

Location:Soap Lake Washington

Other Washington State Parks nearby:
(Moses Lake)
Blue Heron Park
(Moses Lake)
Cascade Park
(Wenatchee)
Chelan County PUD Parks System
(Electric City)
Crown Point State Park
(Orondo)
Daroga State Park
(Vantage)
Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park


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