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Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park
Campground Description: Sun Lakes – Dry Falls State Park is owned and operated by the State of Washington. Sun Lakes – Dry Falls State Park is a vacation destination in itself. Activities are too numerous to remember much less partake in - fishing, camping, golf, miniature golf, hiking, swimming, boating, birding, wildlife viewing, water skiing and mountain bicycling are just the beginning of a week of fun. Convenience style store shopping is available within the park as are boat rentals. The resort at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park may be more appealing for the less adventuress - the resort offers a quick foods restaurant, swimming pool, "water wars", mobile homes, cabins and RV camping that exceeds the quality of the RV camping with the state at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park. Further information is available at Sun Lakes Resort. Open year round. Reservations for Sun Lakes Resort OR Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park are strongly recommended during the summer months.
The following information is with regard to Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park, not the Sun Lakes Rresort.
Number of Sites: 152 standard campsites and 39 utility spaces
Electricity: At the 39 utility camping spaces
Water: At the 39 Utility camping spaces and scattered throughout the rest of the camping areas
Sewer: At the 39 utility camping spaces
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: From Seattle - follow I-90 east, take exit 151 (Hwy. 283) through Ephrata to Soap Lake, then continue north on Highway 17 to Sun Lakes – Dry Falls State Park. From Spokane - follow I-90 west, take exit 179 (Hwy. 17) to Soap lake, continue north to Sun Lakes – Dry Falls State Park. From Spokane on Highway 2 - continue through Coulee City, and turn south at the Dry Falls junction (highways 2 & 17)
Fishing: LOTS! There are several lakes within walking distance of the Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park's campgrounds. Park and Blue lakes are popular rainbow trout fishing lakes and Lenore Lake is a quality Lahontan cutthroat trout fishery. Complete information can be found at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park Fishing Information
Astronomy Opportunities: Very good! The night skies are dark and there are many places to set-up a telescope throughout the 4,027 acre State Park
Nearby Golfing: Vic Meyers Golf Course is located at the Sun Lakes Resort area within Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park Vic Meyers Golf Course Also available at Sun Lakes Resort is a miniature golf course for the entire family
Contact Information:Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park 34875 Park Lake Road N.E. Coulee City, WA 99115 509-632-5583Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park
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The sign at the entrance to Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park
A map of the camping facilities at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park
A map of the overall Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park recreational facilities
The restrooms at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park offer flush toilets and hot showers
The tent camping areas at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park are well planned and spaced
The tent camping areas at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park are well shaded
The RV camping sites at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park are gravel and treeless
The RV camping sites at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park offer no shelter from the sun or neighboring campers
All of the shelters at Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park are covered with ample seating for large groups
Sun Lakes - Dry Falls State Park is very warm in the summer months (tempertures of 100+ degrees are not uncommon) and the trees are a welcome relief
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