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Planning Your Visit to Wallace Falls State Park

On the west side of the Cascade Mountains of Washington State lies Wallace Falls State Park, a gem in the wilderness just waiting for you and your family to take advantage of all that it has to offer. Boasting waterfalls, scenic lakes, and vast forests, you'll find a wide variety of things to do when you stay in nearby Wallace Falls State Park hotels.

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Best Hiking Trails in Wallace Falls State Park

Washington is known for its fabulous hiking opportunities, and the Wallace Falls State Park area provides some of the best. Twelve miles of foot trails will lead you through breathtaking scenery, so pack up and head out!

  • Greg Ball Trail to Wallace Lake

    From one of the Wallace Falls State Park cabins, you and your family can take the 4.1mi. Greg Ball Trail all the way up to the iconic Wallace Lake. This trail is less busy, so you might find yourself with exclusive views of the lake and wildlife along the way.

  • Woody Trail

    Heading toward the park's waterfalls, the Woody Trail is a well-marked, nicely maintained path that many visitors return to time and time again. You'll catch stunning views of the Lower, Middle, and Upper Falls along this route, and you'll have plenty of other photo-worthy stops as you hike.

  • Old Railroad Grade Trail

    For a quieter walk, take this two-mile trail, which connects with the park's mountain bike route and Woody Trail. This hike offers a small waterfall, a moderate grade, and dense forests for a contemplative, peaceful experience.

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Best Family Activities in Wallace Falls State Park

Family fun is paramount at Wallace Falls State Park. Whether your preference is boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, white water rafting, or horseback riding, you'll never be at a loss for things to do on your vacation.

  • White Water Rafting

    The Skykomish River, near many of the Wallace Falls State Park cabins, provides hours of rafting fun on class II to class IV waters. The routes alternate between heart-pounding, fast water, and flowing areas for floating along.

  • Horseback Riding

    Several ranches offer plenty of fun on horseback in the Wallace Falls State Park area. Follow the river, climb the mountain trails, and take in vast, scenic views from a new vantage point with the folks from places like Skyland Ranch in Gold Bar.

  • Fishing

    If you're an angler, fantastic fishing spots abound in this area. You can take a day hike to Wallace Lake to find lake trout or rainbow trout, or try your luck at a site along the Wallace River.

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