Coulee City is a rural community with a proud heritage. No longer resembling the town as it first appeared in 1890, the farmlands of that time are now covered by Banks Lake, providing irrigation to over one million acres in the Columbia Basin. For more information, visitCoulee City.
Coulee City Trip Ideas
Once the world’s largest waterfall, it’s difficult not to believe in the supernatural when you stand atop this great canyon and take in the sheer expanses of... Read More
My journey began in Leavenworth, a Bavarian-inspired alpine village of German-themed shops, bratwurst-and-beer-laden restaurants and a music-filled town... Read More
Washington’s North Central region is home to small towns representing the state’s frontier past as well as its incredibly active present. Investigate remnants... Read More
- 1 of 2
- next ›