Wawawai County Park

General Information
Type of Recreation: Camping and Day-Use
State: Washington
County: Whitman
Administering Office: Lower Granite Natural Resources Office
Location: Lower Granite Lake, Snake River Mile 110.5, North River Bank.
Acreage: 68 Acres
Highway Directions: 31 miles northwest of Lewiston, Idaho on State Highway 193/Wawawai River Road, or 16 miles southwest of Pullman, Washington, on Wawawai-Pullman Road.

Camping Area: 9 Tent/RV Sites (no hook-ups)
Developed Sites, Designated Sites & Paved Sites
Fire Pits/Grills
Camping Fees: Check Website for most recent information.
Day-Use Area: Picnic Tables
9 Family Picnic Shelters: max occupancy of 8 people, non-reservable.
1 Group Picnic Shelter: max occupancy 100 people, with one group reservation per day (if shelter is not reserved, it remains first-come/first-serve.
Fire Pits/Grills
Vault Toilets
Drinking Water
Interpretive Hiking Trails
ADA Accessible
Bird-viewing platform

Group Picnic Shelter reservations: Check our website for most recent information.

Season and Hours of Operation

Year round, 7 a.m. to dusk. Water available April 15 to October 15.

Operating Agency
Name: Whitman County
Address: North 310 Main
Colfax, Washington 99111
Phone: 509-397-6238

Distance to Nearest
Hospital: 16 Miles Memorial Hospital, Pullman, Washington, 509-332-2541
Grocery Store: 14 Miles
Motel: 16 Miles
Restaurant: 14 Miles
Airport: 16 Miles
Auto Mechanic: 14 Miles

Pets must be kept on a leash. Horses and hunting are prohibited. No wood fires allowed from June 10 through October 10. Charcoal and propane fires are acceptable. The Lower Granite Natural Resources Office can be reached at 509-751-0240. For inquiries regarding the earth shelter house, call (509) 334-3774.

Contact Us

Lower Granite Natural Resources
Management Office
100 Fair Street
Clarkston,  WA  99403
Phone: 509-751-0240
E-mail: clarkstonnaturalresources@usace.army.mil

Lower Granite Visitor Center
Phone:  509-843-2214

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