Wallace Falls State Park

Year-Round Natural Beauty

Coming to Washington without taking the time to absorb the State’s natural beauty would be to do yourself a great disservice. The entire region is littered with verdant splendor the likes of which attracts hikers, campers, winter sport fanatics, and nature enthusiasts from around the country.

If you’re looking for a proper place to partake within reach of our hotel in Monroe, WA, take the drive down to Wallace Falls State Park.

Enjoy Nature

Located on the west side of the majestic Cascade Mountains, Wallace Falls State Park offers a brilliant cross-section of Washington’s unspoiled grandeur. Here you’ll find over 4,700 acres of old growth forest, including two rivers, three lakes, and the 265 foot waterfall for which the park is named. Hike, swim, camp, boat, fish, or even try your hand at rock climbing on Index Town Wall. This is the way that nature was meant to be enjoyed!

Wallace Falls State Park can be found at 14503 Wallace Lake Road in Goldbar, approximately twenty miles from our hotel.

If you’re up for the hike, the parking lot and trail can be found at 47.8669, -121.6780.

A Discover Pass is required for visitors but can be purchased at a dispenser in the Wallace Falls parking lot.