Lake Lenore Caves State Park facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsLake Lenore Caves State Park
A rock shelter in the park
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|Location||Grant, Washington, United States|
|Area||155 acres (63 ha)|
|Operator||Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission|
|Property information from Grant County assessor|
Lake Lenore Caves State Park is a Washington State Park in the Lenore Canyon extending into the hills from the shore of Lake Lenore. It is part of the Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail. Lake Lenore and the rock shelter "caves" were caused by basalt coulee cliffs underscoured by the Missoula floods, the same floods that created the Channeled Scablands.
There are indications that Native Americans used the caves for shelter. Some petroglyphs are in the caves.
(covered with Dry Falls Visitor Center)
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