Burn Ban

No fires permitted at any time.

General

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Avoid contact with mammals and birds.

There have been several cases of Avian flu throughout Washington State. Out of an abundance of caution, please do not touch living or deceased mammals and birds.

Green trees sit on a grassy lawn that goes to the water's edge. A boat launch sits on the left side of the lawn with a brown, semi-arid shrubsteppe hillside in the background.
Looking over green shrubs at the river with a high bridge in front of the brown and green hillside in the background.
An interpretive sign of the Drewyers River and the Lewis and Clark Trail sits on rocks in a green grassy lawn. In the background, the lawn meets the river with a picnic table and barbeque brazier near the bank. The rocky hillside can be seen behind the sign.
Ducks swim in the swim area and a picnic table sits on the green lawn. The rocky hillside is seen in the background.
Picnic tables are spread through a grassy lawn, with green leafy trees throughout the lawn. The highway bridge can be seen between the trees.

Lyons Ferry State Park

620 Marmes Road, Washtucna, WA 99371

Admire the Ice Age flood-carved Palouse landscape while picnicking under shade trees on the grassy lawn or boating at the confluence of the Snake and Palouse rivers.

Rules

  • Day-Use Only
  • Dogs Allowed on Leash
  • Fires Allowed in Designated Areas

This park is open Apr. 1 - Oct. 31.

Activities

Bird Watching

Boating

Fishing

Interpretive Activities

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Kayaking

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Paddleboarding

Amenities

Accessible Restrooms

Restrooms

Showers

Trash Service

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Boat Ramp

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Dock

Grill

Picnic Shelters

Picnic Tables

Accessible Parking

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Accessible Trails

Park features

Field

Freshwater

Meadow

River

Sandy Beach

Seasonal Wildflowers

Wildlife Viewing

Rules

  • Day-Use Only
  • Dogs Allowed on Leash
  • Fires Allowed in Designated Areas

This park is open Apr. 1 - Oct. 31.

Map & visitor guide

46.5971, -118.2189

As a day use park, bring your family for a day filled with water fun from swimming to boating and other water sports. Sheltered and unsheltered picnic tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Did you know that Washington State has a designated state waterfall? Head to Palouse Falls State Park for spectacular views of Washington's state waterfall. Bring your bikes and ride the Columbia Plateau State Park Trail from Ice Harbor Dam to the Snake River Junction. Camping is available at Lewis and Clark Trail State Park located 45 minutes away.