Lyons Ferry State Park

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620 Marmes Road, Washtucna, Washington

(509) 646-3229

(509) 646-3232


Lyons Ferry is a 168-acre day-use park sitting on over 52,000 feet of shoreline at the confluence of the Snake and Palouse rivers. Named after the Lyons family, who operated the ferry across the Snake River for many years, the park was also long home to Native people, including the Palouse Indian Tribe. The park is perfect for those who want to relax and enjoy, as there is a wide spot on the rivers for picnickers, boaters, swimmers and water sports fans, as well as anglers.

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Lat: 46.594991 Lng: -118.220131

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