|Battlefields & Treaties - Fort Simcoe
Located in south central Washington on the present-day Yakama Reservation, is a 200-acre state park. Originally, the site was an Indian campground and trade route that, in 1856, became a military installation. The park is set near natural springs and the Cascade Mountains, providing hikers, birdwatchers and wildlife seekers ample opportunities to explore nature. An interpretive center and museum provides insight to the lifestyles of the First Peoples of the land and those who served at the fort.
Open to the public Apr 1 to Oct 1,
Wed-Sun. Tours are offered.
For more information call 509-874-2372.