About the Park

The park is located at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers 5 miles south of Pasco, Washington. For thousands of years, the site of Sacajawea State Park was a traditional gathering, fishing, and trading place for Native peoples. On October 16, 1805, the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery arrived and stayed for two nights.

Visitors can enjoy many activities, including picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, bicycling, hiking, bird watching and wildlife viewing. A volley ball court and two horseshoe pits also are available. The park plays host to a variety of special events and festivals.

The park is open to day use only.
Summer: 6:30am to dusk
Winter: Closed October 29 to March 27

2503 Sacajawea Park Road
Pasco, WA 99301
(509) 545-2361

State Parks Information
www.parks.wa.gov
(360) 902-8844

Maya Lin Confluence artwork and Sacajawea Interpretive Center

Maya Lin Confluence artwork and Sacajawea Interpretive Center