Moses Lake, Washington

Some of the best attractions in Moses Lake are the city's parks, many are waterfront parks with shoreline access. You can see a wide array of points of interest while driving the Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway including some of the best bird watching. There is also an abundance of wildlife to view. Explore this page to find what to see in Moses Lake.


Great Washington State Birding Trail: Coulee Corridor by Washington Audubon Society.

This Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway route features more than half of Washington's 346 annually recorded bird species. Download a map, a booklet in PDF format and even a iPhone app.

Farmers Market

Moses Lake Farmers Market. PO Box 691, Moses Lake, WA 98837. Phone: 509-750-7831. E-mail

The farmers market runs from the beginning of May through the end of October. Wednesday afternoons the market is at Doolittle Park and Saturday mornings at McCosh Park on the Dogwood Street side.

Museums and Exhibits

Moses Lake Museum & Art Center. 401 S. Balsam Street, Moses Lake, WA 98837. Phone: 509-764-3830.

Parks and Gardens

Blue Heron Park
Located at 111 Westshore Drive, Blue Heron is a beautiful waterfront park with shoreline access, boat launch, fishing bridge, swimming area (unsupervised), wetland areas, native walking trails, disc golf course, picnic areas with BBQ grills and playground area.

Cascade Park
Located at 2001 Valley Road, Cascade Park is a waterfront park with shoreline access, boat launch, fishing, picnic areas with BBQ grills, playground area and campground.

Golden Gate Park
Located at Marina Drive and Holm Street, Golden Gate is a 1 acre park with a wetland area and natural wildlife habitat.

John E. Calbom Island Park
Located at Lewis Horn & Park Horn, Island Park is 5 acres of natural wildlife habitat for your wildlife viewing pleasure.

Lower Peninsula Park
Located at 3519 Peninsula Drive, this park features shoreline access, boat launch, fishing, picnic area, nature trails and wildlife habitat viewing.

McCosh Park
Located at 401 W. 4th Avenue, McCosh is a waterfront park with shoreline access with walking paths, basketball and tennis courts, playground area and picnic areas. This park is home to Surf 'n Slide Water Park and Centennial Amphitheater.

Montlake Park
Located at 401 Linden Avenue, Montlake is a 10 acre waterfront park with shoreline access, boat launch, fishing, picnic areas, playground area, nature trails and wildlife habitat viewing.

Neppel Landing
Located at 104 S. Alder Street, Neppel is a waterfront park with shoreline access, fishing, canoe rack, boat moorage, picnic areas and a trail system for walking and biking.

Three Ponds Wetland Park
Located at 800 Alder Street, Three Ponds is a 12 acre park with a wetland area, natural wildlife habitat viewing areas and is home to the Japanese Peace Garden, 4 acres of open space featuring ponds, stream, waterfall, Japanese lanterns, granite pagoda, stone walking path and picnic tables.

Potholes State Park. 6762 Highway 262 E, Othello, WA 99344. Phone: 509-346-2759; Reservations: 1-888-226-7688.

Potholes park offers freshwater shoreline on Potholes Reservoir also known as O'Sullivan Reservoir. This is a great park for freshwater activities including whitewater kayaking, water skiing, boating and swimming. There are 3 miles of hiking trails, 2 volleyball fields, horseshoe pit, bird and wildlife viewing.

Scenic Byway

Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway
This 150 mile scenic drive tells the story of the Ice Age Flood providing one of the most unique landscapes in the USA. Travelling the Corridor takes you through three state parks, a national wildlife refuge and nine towns. There is an abundance of recreational activities for all to enjoy. The North section begins in Omak and heads down to Nespelem, Coulee Dam and Electric City. Besides the Coulee Dam, other points of interest are the Chief Joseph Memorial near Nespelem and Steamboat Rock near Electric City. Continuing South at Coulee City, this section takes you through the incredible Dry Falls, Soap Lake, Ephrata, the Rocky Ford Creek Wildlife Site onto Moses Lake, then Potholes State Park and ends in Othello.


Gloyd Seeps Wildlife Area. 6653 Road K NE, Moses Lake, WA 98837. Phone: 509-765-6641. E-mail

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