This place has everything for a simple camping trip. There aren't many spots so make sure you try to time your dates for less busy times. There are also about 5 miles worth of trails and some gorgeous views! For those living in Pullman, it is the perfect place to go for a little bit different atmosphere to the wheat fields as it is wooded. There is a great little playground for the kids and an extensive day use area for picnics and family gatherings. I was surprised to learn that there is an ampitheatre in the park for the occasional show or presentation. There is running water and bathrooms in the park, but no showers. The biggest down side is that from late May to early September or October, there are no open fires permitted as the area is just too dry and the risk of a wildfire too great. Briquettes and Propane are allowed though so cooking isn't a problem, just no fire to sit around at night.
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