Wallace Falls State Park is a 4,735-acre (19.16 km2) Washington state park located on the west side of the Cascade Mountains, 2 miles (3.2 km) northeast of Gold Bar on the Wallace River. The park features three waterfalls, old-growth coniferous forests, fast-moving rivers and streams, and four backcountry lakes: Wallace, Jay, Luis, and Shaw. The name "Wallace" is a corruption of the last name of Joe and Sarah Kwayaylsh, members of the Skykomish tribe, who were the first homesteaders in the area. Visible in the park is evidence of logging, including railroad trestle ruins, old railroad grades, and springboard notches in old stumps.

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  • Wallace Falls State Park is a 4,735-acre (19.16 km2) Washington state park located on the west side of the Cascade Mountains, 2 miles (3.2 km) northeast of Gold Bar on the Wallace River. The park features three waterfalls, old-growth coniferous forests, fast-moving rivers and streams, and four backcountry lakes: Wallace, Jay, Luis, and Shaw. The name "Wallace" is a corruption of the last name of Joe and Sarah Kwayaylsh, members of the Skykomish tribe, who were the first homesteaders in the area. Visible in the park is evidence of logging, including railroad trestle ruins, old railroad grades, and springboard notches in old stumps. (en)
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  • Wallace Falls State Park is a 4,735-acre (19.16 km2) Washington state park located on the west side of the Cascade Mountains, 2 miles (3.2 km) northeast of Gold Bar on the Wallace River. The park features three waterfalls, old-growth coniferous forests, fast-moving rivers and streams, and four backcountry lakes: Wallace, Jay, Luis, and Shaw. The name "Wallace" is a corruption of the last name of Joe and Sarah Kwayaylsh, members of the Skykomish tribe, who were the first homesteaders in the area. Visible in the park is evidence of logging, including railroad trestle ruins, old railroad grades, and springboard notches in old stumps. (en)
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