Located in Southeast Washington on the historic Snake River and Lewis-Clark Trail, are 80 acres of immaculate park and river area. Boyer Park boasts a swimming area, boat launch, RV Park, tent sites, motel rooms, grill, deli, and groceries. A great getaway for an hour, day, weekend, or week.
The park is Open Year Round. The many recreational opportunities include boating, fishing, hunting, a bike/jogging path and historical information and sites. There is something for everyone in the family. Located less than 30 minutes south of Colfax and Pullman WA and less then 2 hours south of Spokane WA, this location is a must see.
On your drive, you will see views of the many farming crops in the area, while this park has views of the hills that Lewis and Clark encountered on their westward trek. Of course, you will see the beauties of nature. Deer, geese, quail, hawks, and an occasional Elk will cross your path, either in the park or across the river in their natural habitat. The river is an ancient highway for schools of Steelhead returning from their time at sea.
We host travelers from around the world, who enjoy the sights and sounds of nature, amid the cleanliness and comforts of home. Most comment on our mild temperatures for this region, as our location in the valley provides a 10-15° temperature advantage. You can arrive by car, or by boat as we are connected via the Snake River to Oregon, and the Pacific Ocean. On the water are the barges moving wheat and logs from the area down the river to Portland Oregon and to markets world wide.