LaCrosse, Washington

Recreation and Festivities

LaCrosse offers a wide variety of activies. From community
festivals and traditions to outdoor recreation opportunities.

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January: Annual Gun Club Bacon and Crab Shoot
Come out to share your skills and enjoy a great meal!

June: LaCrosse Farmers Festival
Held in mid-June. Parades, food, and old-fashioned fun. Live entertainment at the park gazebo, a barbecue, vendors, kids' games, and free swimming at the town pool make for an exciting day.

October: LaCrosse Halloween Party
Sponsored by the fire department. Masks, costumes, games, and fun abound!

December: Breakfast with Santa
Free juice and muffins for the kids, and photos with Santa.


Picnic, camp, hike, water ski. In town, stay at the RV park and enjoy the local parks and swimming.

Boyer Park and Marina
A brief drive from LaCrosse, Boyer Park and Marina is a 56-acre full-service marina and campground on the scenic Snake River. For information and reservations regarding Boyer Park and Marina, visit the website or call (509) 397-3208.

Central Ferry State Park
Only a short drive away. Camp, boat, water ski, or fish at Central Ferry. Click here for more information.

LaCrosse Town Park
A lovely treed community park, complete with gazebo, barbecues, and children's playground equipment.

LaCrosse Town Swimming Pool
Beat the heat and join us for a dip throughout the hot summer months in our well-maintained city pool.

Little Goose Dam
Day use camping and boating. About 30 miles south of LaCrosse on the Snake River. Click here for more information.

Palouse Falls State Park
Enjoy camping, hiking, and picnicing at this beautiful 198-foot waterfall. This 105-acre park has a unique geology and history. Click here for more information.

Note: A Discover Pass may be required for vehicle access at state parks.


Abundant deer and pheasant populations provide ample challenges for hunters. The area is a sportsman's paradise and provides plenty of year-round recreational oportunities. Pampa Pond and the Snake River are prime locations for trout, steelhead, and bass fishing. LaCrosse has its own local gun range.

Pampa Pond
Rainbow trout yearling plants offer bank-fishing only in this three-acre pond just four miles west of LaCrosse.

Pheasant Valley Shooting Preserve
Pheasant hunts from September through April. Lodging and professionally trained bird dogs are also available. Year-round clay shooting, reunions, family outings, vacations, or group get togethers. Click here for more information.

Town of LaCrosse • 107 S. Main • P.O. Box 228 • LaCrosse, WA 99143
phone: (509) 549-3330 • fax: (509) 549-3330 • email: lacrosse@pionnet.com