The park is at the foot of Dry Falls, one of the great natural wonders of North America. Carved by ice-age floods, the former waterfall was ten times the size of Niagra Falls. Today the former waterfall is a 400 foot high, 3-1/2 mile wide cliff overlooking desert and lakes.
A visitor center is located on the site of the falls. The park also features a golf course, laundromat, camping sites, swimming, boating, fishing, picnicking, horseback riding, sun bathing, hiking, interpretive viewing and canoeing.
The Washington State Parks system includes more than 125 developed parks and includes about a quarter million acres. To make a reservation at more then 60 Washington state parks, contact Washington State Parks from May 15 to Sept. 15.