Moses Lake, Washington is –
“Washington’s Great Escape”and is home to one of the state’s largest freshwater lakes, plus numerous parks and campgrounds. In addition to the natural beauty of the Columbia Basin, Moses Lake, its commercial hub, has many attractions including the Adam East Museum and Art Center, which features an extensive collection of Native American artifacts, and McCosh Park lakefront amphitheater that features many free concerts throughout the summer.
Though there are several thousand residents living outside the city limits of Moses Lake, the town of 20,300 enjoys a pleasant living area with a variety of scenery and recreational opportunities under a moderate climate. This once arid, sparsely populated area of Central Washington found new life in the water and hydroelectric power provided by the construction of the Grand Coulee Dam on the nearby Columbia River. The now rich croplands are serviced by a complex system of reservoirs and waterways that take advantage of the unusual geology resulting in the Columbia Basin becoming one of the most important water-fowl breeding grounds in Washington. Millions of birds use the waters and marshes on their annual migrations along the Pacific Flyway.
We invite you to explore the geological and ecological wonders that make up Moses Lake and the Columbia Basin. Enjoy the sun, the fun and the excitement….and if Tri-State Outfitters can aid in your enjoyment, the pleasure is all ours.