Park Visitor: Comments, Memories and Reviews
July 16 A Sight to Behold by Zane
We enjoyed seeing the falls along with everyone else, BUT the road going into the falls is a mess. Such a rough wash board road. With all the traffic coming and going the road needs to be paved for better viewing attractions. Everyone I spoke to about the falls said it was a wonderful sight to behold but the road sucks big time.
April 23 A must see. Easy to view falls by Gypsyjean
Breathtaking,I could watch the falls all day! it is easy to view from parking lot for those with disabilities or young ones.Beautiful, lots of birds,grassy camping. Trails to the lower falls easy to hike. Top falls or to go down below is not easy for most. planning a trip back soon.
August 14 Sell family by Rick Sell
Agnes Sell was my great grandmother. My parents and I are looking for long lost relatives. Message to email@example.com
October 21 Family Please Read!!! by Melinda Callahan-Evans
For those of you posting here that you are related to Agnes Sell, please contact me. I too am related to Agnes, she was my great, great grandmother. I am looking for family info to add to our family tree... more so, I am looking for family! Thanks! I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 28 nice by grt
its a very nice place to go camping thers lots of trees in the campsite so your alwats cool, and thers lots of things to do there you could go hiking fishing cliff diving its a blast
July 14 Great Veiw - Poor Camping by Four Season Camper
The view is fabulous, but would not recommend for camping.
August 27 Still Part Of The Family by Horse Luvr
me and my family visited the falls this summer. my grandfathers mothers mother was Agne Sells. she homesteaded part of the land. and later gave it to the state.
May 26 One of the Best by 5 times
Tremendous falls, in the winter it is better than Niagara falls, in summer great swimming and water fun. Be careful in the heat!
May 11 Impressive falls! by Star
The geological diminution of the region is a representation of a time of glacial action. The power of the Palouse River is seen as it cuts through the igneous rock prevalent to the area. The falls itself is an impressive site. If you look carefully you can see the animal inhabitants.
April 12 My favorite memories in life... by DrFxt
Being a part of the parks begining history I have to say it is an excellent camping place. There used to be a concession stand in the park when it first opened. The first park ranger, my Grandfather, and his wife, my grandmother, ran the park and planted most of the plant life you see today. As a child I spent many memorable days exploring upstream as well as down. Explorers beware the rattlers. My Grandmothers mother, Agnes Sell, donated a good portion of the land which the park sits on. My family still owns property up to the parks borders.