Grant County Washington
Grant County may be the home to less than 100,000 residents but they have a lot to offer for outdoor recreation. Whether you enjoy fishing, hunting, golf, hiking or bird watching- there is always something to do in the nature here. Grant County’s local economy is made up of ranching and agriculture, but it also homes the largest electric power-producing facility in the country.
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The Grant County Fair & the Moses Lake Roundup August 18, 2018 Written by: Leanna Cushman - @leannacushman If the only thing you know about Grant County is the Gorge Amphitheater, you may not know about the Grand Coulee laser light show, the healing waters of...
Four miles outside of Moses Lake, you can find The Grant County Sand Dunes and ORV Park. Here you can ride on the sand dunes which are open year round. Or visitors can enjoy the mud flats - an additional 3,000 acres of sand, mud and trails. These are only open from...
Cloudview Farms - Our Favorite New Spot in Ephrata, WA Fall is one of my favorite times to travel with the family. Leaving Tacoma around 9am, our destination this Saturday morning was the annual Cloudview Farm Festival in Ephrata, WA. The forecast was sunny with a...
Cloudview Farm Fall Fest This upcoming Saturday, October 7th, Cloudview Farm located in Ephrata will be hosting their annual Fall Fest. From 2pm until 5pm families can enjoy free admission to the following: live music, kid activities, cider pressing, a pumpkin patch,...