- Lake Lenore Caves State Park's main attraction are its caves, which were formed by the plucking of basalt from the walls of the coulees by the rush of melt waters were later used as shelters by prehistoric man. The park covers 213.7 acres and includes parking for 12 vehicles, .75 miles of gravel road, and a three mile trail.
Recreation - Recreation at the park simply includes viewing the caves.
Climate - The climate of Washington varies within each region. The Cascades split the state and alter the weather patterns. The terrain east of the mountains, which includes Lake Lenore Caves State Park, receives approximately 12 inches of rainfall per year, generally much less than west of the mountains. Since the area east of the mountains is landlocked, temperatures in this region are lower during the winter months. Frequent winds coming down from the mountains also contribute to the low temperatures of eastern Washington.
Lake Lenore Caves State Parkl, in south central Washington, is eight miles south of Sun Lakes State Park and 8 miles north of Soap Lake on Hwy. 17.