Spokane and Eastern Washington Travel Guide
Plan Your Spokane and Eastern Washington Vacation
The Columbia Plateau was created by a series of lava flows that were later deeply cut by glacial floods. Because its soil is mostly made up of alluvial deposits and windblown silt (known to geologists as loess), it's very fertile. But little annual rainfall means that its vast central section—more than 30,000 square miles from the foothills of the Cascades and the northeastern mountains east to Idaho and south to Oregon—has no forests. In fact, except for a few scattered pine trees in the north, oaks in the southwest, and willows and cottonwoods along creeks and rivers, it has no trees.
Family-owned motels and budget chains are prevalent in small towns like Colville, Omak, Grand Coulee, Moses Lake, and... read more
Nearly every small town in eastern Washington has at least one fast-food drive-through for a quick meal on the go, but... read more
Things To Do in Spokane and Eastern Washington
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