Sacajawea State Park

Wildlife, plants and environment at Sacajawea

Wildlife
Mammals Birds Fish & Sea Life
? Coyotes
? Deer or Elk
? Marmots
? Muskrats
? Rabbits
? Raccoons
? Skunks
? Squirrels
? Crows or Ravens
? Doves or Pigeons
? Ducks
? Eagles
? Geese
? Gulls
? Hawks
? Herons
? Hummingbirds
? Ospreys
? Owls
? Pheasants
? Quail
? Bass
? Bluegill
? Catfish
? Crappie
? Salmon
? Steelhead
? Sturgeon

Environmental Features
Physical Features Plant Life
The park's lands are sand dunes interspersed with wetland ponds. The park is on the plain of the great Lake Missoula floods, which swept through the area 12,000 years ago.
? Maple
? Oak

Directions

Driving Directions
Located five miles southeast of Pasco, Wash., at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers in Franklin County.

Park address:
2503 Sacajawea Park Road
Pasco, WA 99301

From Pasco:
Drive east on Hwy. 12 toward Walla Walla. Take a right on Tank Farm Rd. Continue across railroad tracks. The park is at the end of the road.