Crawford State Park, Metaline Falls

#205 of 244 in Nature in Washington State
State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Crawford State Park is a 49acre Washington state park located north of Metaline on the Canada–United States border in Pend Oreille County. The park preserves Gardner Cave, the third longest natural limestone cave in the state. The cave is over feet in length and has stalactites, stalagmites, rimstone pools, and flowstone. The park offers cave tours Thursday through Monday during the summer.
The cave is named for Ed Gardner who is said to have discovered it around 1899. The park is named for William Crawford who came into possession of the property and deeded it to the state in 1921.
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  • They give free tours of the caves every 2 hours from 10 am until 4pm. Thursday thru Monday. They limit the group to a maximum of 30 people and the spots fill up fast. There is a sign up sheet in...  more »
  • Nice park where we did the Gardner Cave tour and the hike to the Canadian Border. Very beautiful and secluded park.  more »

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