A Port district may construct, improve, maintain, and operate public park and recreation facilities when such facilities are necessary to more fully utilize boat landings, harbors, wharves ad piers, land, and water passenger and transfer terminals, waterways, and other port facilities authorized by law pursuant to the port's comprehensive plan of harbor improvements and industrial development.
Boyer Park & Marina
Just a short ride from Pullman or Colfax through the scenic Palouse farm country (driving directions)
, you will find Boyer Park and Marina, a 56 acre full service marina and campground on the scenic Snake River. From the awe inspiring views from the top of Almota grade to green shady lawns and campsites in the park istelf, Boyer Park is truly an oasis on the Snake. To go Directly to the park website click here
Boyer Park features more than 150 slips for permanent or transient boat moorage, 28 shaded campsites for RV's with full and partial hookups, a small on-site motel and many tent sites, meeting a wide spectrum of camping and moorage needs. Camping at Boyer is open year-round and large groups are welcome. To see the maps for the main campground and the south campground click here
. The Park has an onsite convenience store, restaurant, laundry room, restrooms, shower facilities and a good-sized swimming beach. Boat gas is available from a floating fuel dock.
The main administrative building features the park business office, a convenience store with basic foodstuffs and fishing supplies, a self-service refreshment and snack bar, and the new Snake River Bar and Grill. Eat lunch under the shady picnic shelter with a great view of the marina and majestic basalt cliffs of the Snake River Canyon. Too hot to stay in the campground? Boyer also features four comfortable hotel rooms with air conditioning, private baths and televisions.
The park also boasts the 3.5 mile Snake River Trail, a pedestrian and bike trail that stretches from historic Almota Creek, through Boyer Park and on to the base of Lower Granite Lock and Dam. Sit on a bench or at a picnic shelter and watch the river, observe the native wildlife, birds, and enjoy the view of the Lower Granite Lock and Dam while enjoying the peace and quiet of a walk on the trail.
to see Chef Leo's Snake River Bar and Grill menu. This new restaurant at Boyer is truly worth the trip! Make sure to call for reservations at 509-397-3208.
Come visit us this year at scenic Boyer Park and Marina, truly an oasis on the Snake. Make your reservations today at (509)397-3208 or by visiting www.bpark.biz