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One of the most incredible waterfalls in Washington State. The Palouse River plunges over a wide semicircle of volcanic rock into an enormous pool almost 200 feet below. Dark basalt and dry sage-and-grass landscape contrast this immense natural spectacle. The State park also has grassy picnic areas and restroom facilities. Primitive trails lead to the top of the falls and down into the gorge below.more >
Stonehenge Memorial in the Columbia River Gorge. Built by Sam Hill as a replica of England's Stonehenge. It was the first monument in the U.S. to honor the dead from World War I. Maryhill founder Sam Hill built the memorial to honor those from Klickitat County who died overseas. Open 7am - 10pm daily.more >
Known as "The Heart of Washington Wine Country," the Tri-Cities region is home to more than 160 wineries within a one-hour drive. Visitors can sample award winning wines or enjoy a spectacular landscape of vineyards.
Tasting room open daily. Music Wednesday through Sunday. Located in the heart of the Tri-Cities at the west end of Columbia Park Trail. Visit our Wine Lounge & Patio for the relaxing enjoyment of artisan wines & distinctive, handcrafted cheeses. Group facilities and picnic grounds available. Warm and knowledgeable staff can guide tours.
Local Golf Course
With the best of both worlds at your fingertips, take the time to explore the Columbia Basin's best golf courses and wineries. Experience the rush of a deep drive down the fairway or a sip of wine from some of the greatest vineyards in the world, right here in Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland - Tri-Cities, Washington.