Moses Lake is a city in Grant County, Washington, on the shore of the Moses Lake, with over 120 miles of shoreline, and the Potholes Reservoir. The city is bordering the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge that is home to a large number of migratory birds and other animals natural to the area. Potholes Lakes are protected by the Potholes State Park, a popular destination for boating, swimming and fishing. The Resorts at Moses Pointe is a 400-acre golf club on the west shore of Moses Lake. The best time to visit Moses Lake is during Spring Festival, on Memorial Day weekend and in June, during the Moses Lake Water Sports Festival.


1.Potholes State Park

Potholes State Park
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Potholes State Park is a 773-acre public recreation area located 13 miles from Moses Lake in Grant County, Washington, on the southern shore of Potholes Reservoir . The state park was created after the O'Sullivan Dam was built in 1949. The park has 6,000 feet of shoreline with facilities for camping, boating, swimming, hiking, fishing, and other water fun. The Potholes are a geologic feature, a series of Ice Age depressions in the earth carved by flood. Combined with the dynamics of the O’Sullivan Dam, they created hundreds of small islands surrounded by tiny “pothole” lakes. The little lakes make up half the O’Sullivan Reservoir. Potholes State Park is located on its other side, where the lake is deeper and more suitable for to boaters, fishers and swimmers.

6762 Highway 262 East, 6762 WA-262, Othello, WA 99344, Phone: 509-346-2759

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2.The Links at Moses Pointe

The Links at Moses Pointe
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The Resorts at Moses Pointe is a 400-acre golf club perched above the west shore of Moses Lake, near the town of Moses Lake, Washington. With such a magnificent backdrop and desert conditions that provide more than 300 days of sunshine, it is not surprising that The Links at Moses Pointe is one of the favorite golf courses for golf players from all over the Pacific Northwest. Moses Pointe is known for its excellent conditioning, superb design, and exceptional hospitality. It is the perfect course for players of all ability levels. At 7,400 yards, Moses Pointe is a championship course that hosted the Washington State Amateur Championships in 2005 and 2008, and the Pacific Northwest Public Links Championship in 2011. Besides great golf, the club’s Mulligans restaurant offers the best burgers in the Columbia Basin, unique cocktails on the deck after a round, or an evening out with the family.

4524 Westshore Dr NE, Moses Lake, WA 98837, Phone: 509-764-2275

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3.Tri-State Outfitters

Tri-State Outfitters
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Tri-State Outfitters, located in Moses Lake, Washington, is a popular outdoor equipment shop that has been serving the outdoor enthusiasts of the Columbia Basin since 1982. They offer high quality adventure gear, outdoor clothes, hiking equipment, hiking boots, camping and hunting gear, sporting goods, climbing gear and high quality footwear since 1982. During the summer, they offer boat rentals including canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. During the cooler months they offer apparel and equipment for cool-weather sports. If you want to play outside, Tri-State Outfitters will have equipment for it. They represent the most trusted brands in the industry and their staff is there to help you get fitted with the right tools for your next adventure.

1224 S Pioneer Way, Moses Lake, WA 98837, Phone: 509-765-9338

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4.Inca Mexican Restaurant

Inca Mexican Restaurant
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Inca Mexican Restaurant is a small chain of four eateries, three in Washington and one in Colorado, serving classic Mexican dishes from the state of Jalisco. All restaurants are known for the large menu of everyone’s favorites and huge cocktails, in a traditional atmosphere. All food is made from scratch with fresh ingredients, using family recipes, in order to offer guests the most authentic experience. Their Moses Lake location is a festive, colorful spot with bright walls and colorful murals, popular with families for its nice atmosphere and a large menu with popular Mexican dishes and something for everyone. Don’t forget to try their original Inca Margarita.

404 E 3rd Ave, Moses Lake, WA 98837, Phone: 509-766-2426

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5.Quiznos

Quiznos
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Quiznos is a chain of more than 800 counter-serve restaurants famous for their toasted submarine sándwiches, salads and soups. Quiznos Sandwich restaurants in Moses Lake, located in the Food Pavillion Shopping Center, is an unpretentious counter-serve eatery popular for delicious freshly made and toasted sandwiches, soups, and salads. They are open for lunch and dinner. With the large range of ingredients available, clients are free to assemble their own sandwiches, or to choose one of the popular options such as Traditional, with Black angus steak, turkey, ham, cheddar, black olives, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and ranch dressing, or Veggie Guacamole with cheddar, provolone, black olives, cucumbers, mushrooms, green peppers, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and red wine vinaigrette.

933 N Stratford Rd Ste D, Moses Lake, WA 98837, Phone: 509-766-7827

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