Palouse Falls is the official waterfall of Washington state. Located in eastern Washington, Palouse Falls is one of the few active waterfalls left along the glacial flood path of Ice Age floods from glacial Lake Missoula over 13,000 years ago.
The falls can be found within Palouse Falls State Park. The park has a 94-acre camping area with 11 tent spaces. Other amenities within the park include picnic tables (both sheltered and unsheltered), information kiosks, and pit toliet restrooms. There is also a 0.1 mile ADA-accessible walking path that overlooks the falls.