These 284 acres at the confluence of The Snake and Columbia Rivers is known as Sacajawea State Park. Stroll along the 1.2 mile hiking trail and over 9,000′ of freshwater shoreline. The park’s lands are sand dunes interspersed with wetland ponds just begging to be explored. This area is on the plains of the ancient Lake Missoula floods, which swept through the area 12,000 years ago.
There is also two boat ramps and 200 feet of dock! The boat launch is in a small, protected lagoon.
Come picnic, fly a kite, and enjoy the big sky at this beautiful spot.
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