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Laurent's Sun Village Resort
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33575 Park Lake Rd NE, Coulee City, WA
(509) 632-5664
Laurent's is nestled in the bay at the northern end of scenic and lovely Blue Lake...
Coulee Lodge Resort
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Coulee Lodge Resort sits alongside beautiful Blue Lake in the heart of the Grand...
Steamboat Rock Restaurant
Coulee City is different than Grand Coulee, and is not yet listed on your site. I'd...

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loosegravelPhotos: 0Reviews: 1Member since: 2012
Last Stand Diner & Saloon
American Restaurants
Coulee City WA
"Great food! A fine restaurant in a remote location along Highway 2. The folks are friendly, the prices reasonable and the menu excellent. If you are looking for some good eats you can't go wrong here."
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Don C.Photos: 78Reviews: 1Member since: 2015
Dry Falls Interpretive Ctr
State Government
Coulee City WA
"Earth Science Review. Dry Falls State Park is one of Nature’s time capsules. It’s a testimony to the Ice Age, the incredible power of water to shape the landscape, and the struggle of a particular Scientist, J Harlen Bretz. This state park and visitor center is organized so that patrons can just stop by to get a bite, an expresso, or a quick view. Or, if knowledge is your goal for the day and you have the time, plenty of displays are available with basic info on the history and science behind this natural feature as well as the wildlife in the area. There are telescopes available similar to the ones on top of the “Empire State” building designed for outdoors. There are plenty of overlooks and walkways spaced far enough so people shouldn’t be bumping into each other on the busier days. If a full-immersion experience is desired, go indoors. I’m told the building is officially called the “interpretive” center. It’s a small museum which includes a reasonably well-stocked book store, displays, a glass wall on one side facing the featured Dry Falls, and a theatre showing the DVD’s which are also offered for sale. The windowed area offers a great view as it slightly hangs over the edge. There’s also telescopes offered which are of the indoor type, to get a close up look of the far side. Smartly uniformed staff are available and eager to answer questions about the park and general science. It’s obvious they paid attention on class. Operational hours are 9-4, 7 days a week. Beware that indoors may be seasonal from: March to October. However, I’ve not been able to confirm that. The outdoor vendors are definitely seasonal. The outdoor attraction is open year-round. (509) 632-5214 http://hugefloods.com/Mystery.html "
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by Don C.
Dry Falls Interpretive Ctr
"Earth Science Review. Dry Falls State Park is one of Nature’s time capsules. It’s a testimony to the Ice Age, the incredible power of water to shape the landscape, and the struggle of a particular..."
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Last Stand Diner & Saloon
"Great food! A fine restaurant in a remote location along Highway 2. The folks are friendly, the prices reasonable and the menu excellent. If you are looking for some good eats you can't go wrong..."
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