This park has wonderful re-inactment activities available several times a year. Children and old alike can learn so much of the local history by partaking in this great adventure, Lewis and Clark and early frontiersmen and trappers tell of their lives in the early West.
This park is great for a field trip if you have a class that wants to observe birds. You might even get lucky and see a beaver swimming in the water. The park has a winding road leading into it, and if you visit on the weekend, the local law enforcement is there, checking for people who may have been... 更多
The road into the park goes through an ugly industrial area, but if you persist you will find a green treed oasis at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers. Big sycamore trees shade paths with nice signage about local history. There is a good interpretive center on the Lewis and Clark expedition, which stopped here, with special attention... 更多
We were in town for the 2016 Tri-Cities Geocoin Challenge. This was the second year that the event was held at this location. It's a very nice and clean park with great facilities. Although we stayed at a nearby hotel we had friends that camped in tents for both nights and they said they enjoyed it. The the park has... 更多
This is a great launch point for kayaking the beautiful surrounding areas. There is a shallow, waveless, inlet that makes getting in and out a cinch. There's a regular launch too for others boaters. This park has plenty of mature trees, shade, and picnic tables.
This park is large and has the banks of both the Columbia and Snake rivers as borders. Great views, lots of shade, tables, restroom facilities AND a great museum with information on the Lewis & Clark expedition with emphasis on Sacajawea. A great way to spend an afternoon with the family and FREE too ;-)
The park is closed in the winter time but you can still walk around. You can count on several rafts of birds on both the Columbia and the Snake rivers. And you can count on an eagle or two perched on a tree. I counted 12 different species of birds in a few minutes. The Maya Linn story circles are... 更多
My wife and I visited the Sacajawea State Park and Interpretive Center last week and had a great experience. Located 5 miles southeast of Pasco, Washington at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers, is 284 acres of Sacajawea State Park land. Visitors to this beautiful park can enjoy many activities, including picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, bicycling, hiking bird... 更多