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The shop was cute and had great stuff in it. We picked up souvenirs for the whole family. We also got some great pics outside. However we just finished doing the hike at the forest and the lady working behind the counter told us we...More
We broke up our drive from Pullman to Vancouver, BC here, and had a lovely picnic lunch overlooking the river. Definitely recommend this by-donation museum, and bring some extra cash for their gift shop, as there are some great finds in there! Geocaching in the...More
The best part about this place is the collection of petrified tree trunks that are outside among the goofy dinosaur recreations (like from some B-grade, 50's Japanese sci-fi flick). These trunks are very impressive.
We stayed in Ellensburg, and as we came from Boise on I-82 we had to go back on I-90 to visit. It was well worth it!
Amazing petroglyphs of millions year-old trees; well displayed and explained. So are the Indian rock paintings. The Center provides...More
My husband and I were on a road trip to Wyoming from Vancouver and stopped here. As a tree biologist, I found it fascinating to see that these now petrified conifers had once thrived here in this place that is now a desert. There were...More
You would expect to see Ginkgo trees in a warmer and more temperate place. But by Vantage, Wash., on the west side of the I-90 bridge, there is a forest of petrified ginkgo trees. You can wander dirt trails on a hillside to see all...More