Wallace Falls State Park

14503 Wallace Lake Road, Gold Bar, WA, United States

(360) 793-0420

8 am-dusk

http://parks.state.wa.us/289/Wallace-Falls

Wallace Falls State Park is home to the three-tiered Wallace Falls, which is made up of Lower Falls, Middle Falls and Upper Falls. One of the state’s premier lowland falls, rated right up there with Palouse and Snoqualmie Falls, it can be accessed most of the year. Lower Wallace Falls is especially photogenic, while the Middle Falls are the most spectacular; and the Upper Falls the most secluded. From the Middle Falls overlook you’ll view the most impressive scenery that includes a panorama of the Skykomish River valley and even the Olympic Mountains in the distance beyond.

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