Washington State’s Most Unique Park Created From Flooded Orchards
Check Out This Flooded Orchard Turned Into A State Park In Washington State
If you are ready for a sweet adventure in Washington State, I've got a hidden gem state park that was once a flooded orchard.
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According to Wikipedia:
Daroga State Park is a 90-acre Washington state park located on the Columbia River north of Orondo along the edge of Washington's Channeled Scablands.
The park has of river shoreline and offers picnicking, camping, boating, fishing, swimming, waterskiing, birdwatching, wildlife viewing, and other athletic facilities.
The park occupies land that was once part of the agricultural holdings of orchard man Grady Auvil. The name "Daroga" was coined using the names of the Auvil brothers — David, Robert, and Grady — and was first applied to the Daroga peach.
As you can see from the photos, Daroga State Park could be located in Southern Europe from the look and feel of things. If you've been looking for an unusual getaway, Daroga State Park might be worth checking. You can read more details about the park here.