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One really easy way to explore central Washington is to book an RV in Grant County. This county is conveniently located in the center of the state and gives you easy access to both natural and man-made attractions. Sun Lakes State Park, more formerly known as Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park, is in Grant County and is a great destination when you are looking to do some state park RV camping. This park covers over 4,000 acres of land, with included lakes and waterfalls.
Sun Lakes State Park is near to many decent sized cities, like Grand Coulee, Ephrata, and Spokane, so you’ll be able to find big city convenience when you need it. In addition, the park also boasts over 70,000 feet of freshwater shoreline, and parts of the part that were once carved out by long ago Ice Age floods are now dramatic cliffs reaching 400 feet high. Sun Lakes State Park is a premier destination for diverse wildlife and memorable scenery, so be sure to bring your camera when renting an RV to check it out.
This part was carved by Ice Age floods over 13,000 years ago, and the dramatic landscape has gone through a lot of stages since then. While hiking in the park, you’ll find plenty of unique trails that bring you to breathtaking outlooks, some of which overlook a waterfall that was once four times the size of Niagara Falls. There is a 400-foot high cliff that guests can hike to the top of, which stretches over 3.5 miles, and overlooks a view filled with lakes, gorges, and seemingly endless sky.
RV camping at Sun Lakes State Park will also give those that stay here unbridled access to a variety of large, freshwater lakes. These lakes are great for boating, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, and swimming, and the shorelines are a combination of rocky, sandy, and dense trees. There are many fish in the lakes that can be caught with a license, and when you are camping in the area and forgot your fishing gear, it is possible to visit nearby tackle shops to get well equipped. The lakes can be drastically different temperatures throughout the different seasons, so for guests planning to swim be sure you visit during the warmer months.
One of the biggest perks of Sun Lakes State Park camping is the possibility to learn about the rich natural history of the area. Guests who want a structured learning experience should visit the Dry Falls Visitor Center, where interpretive displays and trained staff can answer nearly all questions about the park. The visitors center is a great start or end to a day in nature since you’ll be able to identify various animals you saw, ask questions about trails before you hike them, and get specifically catered tips on the best places to fish during different times of day.
When you rent a camper near Sun Lakes State Park, you’ll have plenty of options when it comes to where you’ll park for the night. This state park has over 190 campsites, over 40 of which are designed for RVs. These RV sites offer full hookups in various amps, and many can hold RVs up to 65 feet in length. A majority of the RV sites have concrete pads, so even the most inexperienced RV renter shouldn’t have too much trouble getting their rig level for the night.
A lot of the campsites offer moderate privacy, with many lines of sight being broken by trees and man-made structures in the area. Because there is a chance for heavy winds in the area, trees provide not only privacy cover but also protection from winds to a certain extent. Additional structures like six restrooms, 12 showers, and a dumping station help to break the winds as well. It should be noted that although motorhome camping is welcomed all year round, during certain months of the year, water may be restricted at certain sites due to freezing temperatures.
Although camping at Sun Lakes State Park could keep you entertained for many days on end, don’t be afraid to get out and explore the greater region at your convenience. There is a lot of history in the area and one of the easiest ways to learn about it is to head south of the park to the Grant County Historical Museum. This museum contains many artifacts and exhibits covering the history of the area, and even has a few really need diagrams that showcase how the landscape has changed over the centuries.
While you are out exploring the area, stop by Coulee City or Soap Lake for a convenient and tasty bite to eat. In these cities, you'll find a lot of different restaurant and fast food options, including the standard Mexican, Chinese, Italian, and American fare. There are also some more local options in the form of classic diners and sandwich shops that have been in business for many decades. Also in these towns, you’ll find some of the closest gas stations to Sun Lakes State Park, many of which are large and convenient for plus-sized vehicles.
Heading north in the area will take you to the Grand Coulee Dam, which powers many cities and businesses in the area. This dam was originally constructed in the late 1930s and has been running ever since. There is a visitor center at the dam, the Grand Coulee Dam Visitor Center, which contains a plethora of information.