McCroskey State Park

Located just across the Washington state line in Idaho, this 4,400-acre state park was donated to the state by Virgil McCroskey in honor of his mother, a pioneer woman who came to Eastern Washington with her husband and children to establish a homestead.

The park is dedicated to the hardship faced by all pioneer women. The area is home to Skyline Drive an 18-mile-long, unpaved road that rises through dense cedar and Ponderosa pine forests, while providing access to 32 miles of multi-purpose trails, all of which offer spectacular wilderness viewing.

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