Friday, November 29, 2013

Wallace Falls State Park

Interesting terrain like this, is a must for an excellent vacation!

The Wallace Falls State Park is located in Gold Bar, Washington and is about 45 miles from Seattle.

The park features a 265 foot waterfall and is on the west side of the Cascade Mountains.  The park is 4,735 acres and full of rock cliffs, numerous waterfalls and wildlife.

Hiking trails in the park range from easy to experienced, and there is also a 5 mile bike trail.  In addition there is also a rock climbing wall in the park.

Animals in the park range from harmless animals like rabbits, squirrels and ducks to the more dangerous fox and coyote.  You might also see hawks, eagles, deer, elk and many more!

  • camping
  • snowshoeing
  • rock climbing
  • kayaking
  • mountain biking
  • hiking
  • boating
  • fishing
What's Free to See!
Stanwood Area History Museum & D.O. Pearson House
MILW Skykomish River Covered Bridge
Cascade Mountains

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