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Palouse Falls State Park

6 Alerts
September 18, 2020

Beginning September 21, 2020 Palouse Falls State Park will be closed due to County roadwork

Beginning Monday September 21, 2020 Palouse Falls Road will be closed to thru traffic to allow county agencies to remove and replace existing cattle guards. The road work area is located at the beginning of Palouse Falls Road and before the entrance into...

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July 28, 2020

Burn ban - level 3

Gas/propane self-contained camping stoves and portable gas/propane fire pits allowed.

No charcoal or wood fires allowed.

Additional restrictions: No smoking.

June 9, 2020 9:48 AM

06/08/20 Changes at Palouse Falls this season due to COVID 19

No camping available this season
No potable water available
No overnight parking
No nighttime photography
Picnic shelters are closed
Visitors should bring plenty of drinking water, sanitizer and toilet paper.

May 26, 2020 7:58 AM

Pay station at Palouse Falls is unavailable.

The credit card machine at Palouse Falls is only working intermittently. Please purchase your Discover Pass prior to arriving at Palouse Falls or bring cash or check for your pass fee. Find more information or purchase your pass online at our Discover...

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June 7, 2016 11:05 AM

Limited parking at Palouse Falls during high-use periods

Parking at Palouse Falls State Park is limited during high-use periods, such as weekends and holidays. Turnaround for vehicles with trailers and RVs is very difficult during these times. We recommend visitors avoid bringing vehicles to the park during...

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October 2, 2015

Palouse Falls trail warning

Please be advised that venturing beyond the designated viewing area trails at the park is risky. We have posted warning signs at many locations in the park warning people of the risk. Travel beyond these signs is on unmarked, potentially hazardous trails...

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