Sacajawea State Park

Sacajawea State Park


Location:5 miles southeast of Pasco, at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers.
Facilities:Picnic area, 2 kitchen shelters (1 with electricity), beach access, boat launches, dock, moorage, hiking trail, game courts, ball field, playground.
Activities:Boating, fishing, hiking, swimming, water skiing, guided tours.
Special Features:Newly expanded interpretive center features exhibits on the Lewis and Clark Expedition through the experiences of Sacajawea, the Shoshone Indian woman who accompanied the expedition. The park is located on one of the expedition's campsites, used by Lewis and Clark from October 16-18, 1805.
Address:2503 Sacajawea Park Rd
Pasco, WA 99301

Phone:509-545-2361
Web: www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Sacajawea
Size: 284 acres.

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New ranger station, Sacajawea State Park, Pasco; apparent low bidder was Siefken & Sons of Richland.
Also set for completion next year is Sacajawea State Park (the next site downstream), with a boat dock, path, and sculptural "story circles," inspired by the tribal tradition.