Boating at Sacajawea Historical State Park

Sacajawea Historical State Park offers great outdoor adventures in Pasco. It’s also an incredibly historical spot as on October 16, 1805, Lewis and Clark’s group camped there for two nights. The Sacajawea Historical State Park is full of incredible history, including interactive exhibits. Those looking for outdoor adventure in Pasco will not be disappointed at this park. The Columbia and Snake Rivers converge here, making it a wonderful place for boating, swimming, waterskiing, fishing as well as hiking.

The 267-acre park boasts a 200-foot dock and 70 feet of moorage. You will need a launch permit as well as a Discover Pass to put your boat in. If you want to stay where Lewis and Clark did, there is one overnight campsite along the Northwest Discovery Water Trail. It is first-come, first-served and is reserved for those arriving by boat, making it a great destination for those touring the area via the water ways.

Fishing requires fishing licenses. Along with fishing at the Sacajawea Historical State Park, check out Fishhook Park. South of the state park, it’s a great place for both boat fisherman and anglers. There are 41-day use family sites at this location, as well as 11 walk-in tent sites.

2503 Sacajawea Park Road, Pasco

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