Palouse Falls drops from a height of 198-feet with high volumes of water flow in spring and early summer. Nearby Lyons Ferry State Park offers swimming and picnicking. Due to technical issues no credit card kiosk is available. The park has 11 primitive tent spaces and a pit toilet restroom. Each space can accommodate up to two tents and four people. The falls were first documented in 1841, during a survey of the region led by Captain Charles Wilkes of the United States Navy (U. The 105 acres that make up the park were donated by several parties, including The Baker-Boyer National Bank of Walla Walla (73 acres), J. Mc Gregor of the Mc Gregor Land and Livestock Company (22 acres), Mrs. Palouse Falls was designated as the state waterfall by the Washington State legislature on March 18, 2014.
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