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Sacajawea State Park

Tank Farm Rd., Pasco, WA
+1 360-902-8844
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queit park

We were there in September, it was really quiet not very many people. The little museum was very... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Hermiston, Oregon
Our visit to Sacajawea State Park

Located at the part where the Columbia River meets Snake River.A peaceful park with a lot of... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2017
Boynton Beach, Florida
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Tank Farm Rd., Pasco, WA
Tank Farm Rd., Pasco, WA
+1 360-902-8844
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were there in September, it was really quiet not very many people. The little museum was very informative.

Thank brandonclayton
Reviewed 1 October 2017

Located at the part where the Columbia River meets Snake River.A peaceful park with a lot of history. Was a fishing & trading places years ago for the native Indians. The history quotes that in 1805 Lewis & Clark spent 2 nights here. It is...More

Thank Rama1004
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

The art in the rings for the Lewis and Clark bicentennial was beautiful. The fishing was popular and not many people were visiting the large parking spaces.

Thank George F
Reviewed 25 August 2017 via mobile

Beautiful shady & green park on a point where the Columbia & Snake Rivers converge. Loaded with historical significance as a place that was used by the Lewis & Clark expedition as an overnight camp. The interpretive center is wonderful and good for about an...More

Thank Anita S
Reviewed 20 August 2017

This park was a great find! The museum is well worth a visit. To think that this spot was a camp for Lewis and Clark is amazing!

Thank winetaster2014
Reviewed 18 August 2017

This park, which has water all around, is a great spot to just walk a bit along the Snake and Columbia Rivers to take in whatever is happening on the water. Because of the extensive tree cover, it also offers some relief from a hot...More

Thank MartyW60
Reviewed 19 July 2017

This is an exceptional facility, very clean, on the water, thousands of large shade trees. Restrooms, picnic grounds, lots of room for the little ones to burn off that energy.

Thank Warren C
Reviewed 18 July 2017

Not particularly memorable or photogenic. Sacajawea park contains a small museum, but features mainly picnic tables. This attraction needs some serious work to honor so important a woman.

Thank aphrab
Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

Spent a beautiful day on the grounds of this park at the confluence of the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Lots of interpretive signs around with picnic areas. Make sure to walk out on the paths of the Snake River to get some pictures. The best...More

Thank Janice P
Reviewed 11 April 2017

We enjoy visiting this park to look for eagles and other wildlife. Our visit did not disappoint. We saw several golden and bald eagles and a lot of ducks.

Thank Lauriesafari
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