Eastern Washington

Eastern Washington Travel Guide

Just a few miles off the Coulee Corridor, this 640-acre park makes a great spot for a picnic, a boat ride on the freshwater reservoir, and, of course, the bird watching for which the area is known.

The lakes and rivers are prime trout-fishing spots.

This charming aviary has more than 200 exotic birds.

Get your regional-history fix here.

Piece through the region’s history, from petrified wood to log-cabin artifacts.

Pedal the western segment of the Centennial Trail to Nine Mile Falls.

In between golden eagle and yellow-headed blackbird sightings, keep an eye out for beavers, moose, and coyotes. You can canoe or kayak the estuary between Hutchinson and Shriner lakes.

Take a photo op where the falls plunge into a perfectly round canyon.

Almost everyone starts the winery crawl at this winery, known for its cabernet sauvignon, merlot, and chardonnay.

Keep a lookout for lynx, deer, elk, and eagles while you cast in Big Meadow Lake.