Iron Horse State Park

(redirected from John Wayne Pioneer Trail)

Iron Horse State Park


Location:In Easton, off I-90.
Facilities:Trail (110 miles), 4 campgrounds, vault toilets, picnic area.
Activities:Fishing, hiking, horseback riding, bicycling, rock climbing, cross-country skiing, dog sledding, snowmobiling.
Special Features:Park was once part of the path of the Chicago-Milwaukee-St Paul-Pacific Railroad. More than 100 miles of trail extends from Cedar Falls to the Columbia River. It passes over 30 trestles and through 4 tunnels, one of which is 2.3 miles long. Along its course, the trail descends from 3,100 feet to 1,500 feet, but the grade does not exceed 2 percent. Also known as the John Wayne Pioneer Trail.
Address:c/o Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park
PO Box 1203
Vantage, WA 98950

Phone:509-856-2700
Web: www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Iron%20Horse%20Trail
Size: 1,612 acres.

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