Fort Simcoe State Park(redirected from Fort Simcoe)
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Fort Simcoe State Park
Location:30 miles west of Toppenish on Highway 220.
Facilities:Picnic shelter, interpretive center, hiking trail, historical sites, museum, game courts, ball fields.
Activities:Hiking, sightseeing, wildlife observation.
Special Features:Fort Simcoe was an 1850s-era military installation established to keep peace between the settlers and the Indians. Five original buildings are still standing at the fort; various others have been recreated. Some of the buildings are open to the public.
Address:5150 Fort Simcoe Rd
White Swan, WA 98952
Size: 200 acres.
See other parks in Washington.
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