Spokane and Eastern Washington Sights

Moses Lake

Published 04/05/2016

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Claw-shaped, 38-foot-deep, 18-mile-long Moses Lake is filled by Crab Creek—which originates in the hills west of Spokane—with three side branches known as Parker Horn, Lewis Horn, and Pelican Horn. The city of Moses Lake sprawls over the peninsulas formed by these "horns," and can therefore be a bit difficult to get around. This is the state's second-largest lake.

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Hwy. 17, off I–90, Moses Lake, Washington, 98837, United States

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