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Local Activities

Activities abound on and near our farm. 

You can slow down and step back into simpler times at Wheatland Farm B&B. When you come, you can be part of our sustainable farm experience. Help in the berry patch and vegetable garden, feed and groom the animals, pick fruit and vegetables or learn how to make flour from grinding wheat. Our goal is to provide an experience that is fun while giving you a better understanding of the relationship between what you eat and how it’s grown, with a special focus on products raised or grown on the Palouse.  

Photographers: We cater to photographers and photo tour groups from around the world. Many photographers stay with us because we are centrally located and our farm offers endless photographic opportunities. Photograph the sunrise, sunset, and moon from top of the hill above the B&B. Depending on our schedule and availability, attend a Palouse Country Photo Tour (www.palousetours.com) or have us give you directions to some of the most beautiful landscape photo sites in the area.  

Area Attractions: Walk, hike, bike, or explore the countless scenic back roads and trails near our farm. 

Kamiak Butte Park: Reaching an elevation of 3,641 feet (second highest point in Whitman County), the park offers visitors a panoramic view of the Palouse region and has over five miles of forested hiking trails.  The 3.5 mile Pine Ridge Trail is part of the National Trails System!   Keep your eyes open as the park plays host to over 150 bird, mammal and vegetation species.  Pack a lunch and spend the day hiking trails or utilizing the day use area! 

  • From Pullman: Take State Highway 27 North 11 miles.  Turn left on Clear Creek Road for .5 mile.  Turn left on Fugate Road (Road No. 5100). Travel .5 mile to Kamiak Butte County Park Road (Rd. No. 6710) to the park entrance on the left. 
  • From Colfax:  Take State Highway 272 (Palouse Highway) East for 5 miles.  Turn right onto Clear Creak Road for 7 miles.  Take a sharp right onto Fugate Road (Road No. 5100).  Travel .5 mile to Kamiak Butte County Park Road (Road No. 6710) to the park entrance on the left.

Steptoe Butte: Steptoe Butte rises 3,618 into the sky and offers spectacular panoramic views of the Palouse region.

Palouse Falls State Park, in the channeled scablands near Washtucna, has falls that cascade 198 feet into a round salt rock canyon.

Snake River: Camping, boating, fishing,

Washington State University: Grizzly bear center and many sporting events

Moscow Idaho: Appaloosa Horse club, farmers market, antique stores,

Golf: There are several public golf courses in the area ranging from 9 to 18 holes. 

Local and regional events: Throughout the summer and fall, there are a multitude of activities and events found in the area, from the annual Lentil Festival in Pullman, sporting events, local and small town celebrations, to outdoor music or concerts. Check with us to find out what is scheduled during the time you plan to visit the Palouse.    

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