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The waterfall itself is a 198 ft plunge and its thunder can be heard some distance away.
Note that this is a very popular location, on a summer weekend, there can be a very long line for parking, occasionally up to two hours long. Early morning will improve your chances to drive right in.
Discover Pass is required to park at this State Park and can be obtained online or at many outdoor retailers. It costs 10$ for one day and you should have cash money if you want to pay it at the desk, especially if you are here apart the main season.
This place is around 4 hours away from bigger cities like Seattle or Portland.
Continue southwest on Main Street for 6.4 miles, entering into Franklin County. Then turn left onto WA-261 S. You will begin to see signs here for Palouse Falls State Park. Follow the highway as it winds through rolling hills for another 8.5 miles. Turn left onto Palouse Falls Road. The road is clearly marked with a sign indicating “Palouse Falls State Park.” Drive 2.4 miles and enter the park following a dirt and gravel road to the end to find the parking area. The lot has room for two dozen or more cars.