Things to Do in Rosalia and surounding area
Rosalia is part the the Palouse region of Washington State and in history and natural resources.
Tuesdays 10:00am - 2:00pm
Thursdays 3:00pm - 7:00pm
Saturdays 10:00am - 2:00pm
Our library operates in the Whitman County Library System. To find out more information about this you can visit Whitman County Libraries. To find out more information about the Rosalia Library, please call 509-523-3109.
Steptoe Battlefield State Park Heritage Site is a four-acre day-use park in Rosalia. The site commemorates a battle between U.S. Army forces led by Colonel Edward Steptoe and several Native American tribes from eastern Washington that occurred in 1858.
High above the Palouse Hills on the eastern edge of Washington, Steptoe Butte offers unparalleled views of a truly unique landscape. The warm quartzite bluff stands out against soft hills of green and mauve, an occasional barn dotting the landscape. Colors seem to shift and change in the light.
Rosalia Swimming Pool
Pool phone number will be answered only when the pool is open: (509) 523-3305
Will open for Battles Days June 3rd and Open officially for the Season June 13th. 2023
1 pm – 5 pm and 6 pm – 8 pm
7 days a week
Daily Swim $2
Single Swim pass $35
Family Swim pass $70
Large, fenced pool within the park.
Lifeguards on duty during pool hours.
Users of the pool are expected to always obey lifeguard instructions.
Swimming lessons *undetermined*
Has changing rooms for males and females.
Pool is now offering free Wi-Fi.
Pool Contact and Park Rental-please contact Piper Dickinson (509) 879-1905
Located at the corner of W. 9th Street and Park Ave.
Swimming pool. See detailed information elsewhere on this site.
Restrooms open in the summer only. Daytime only.
Shaded lawn area.
Covered picnic area.
A simple kitchen which can be rented.
Kids play area with climbing toys, swings, etc.
For reservations for your events in the park, the kitchen, or tent camping call (509) 879-1905.
Across the street from basketball/tennis court.
Near the local RV park operated by the Town of Rosalia.
For the safety and health of all park visitors, dogs must be on leash and cleaned up after.
No alcohol permitted in the park.
Park and Rec. District #5
Rosalia, WA Board meetings:
2nd and 4th Monday of the month 6:30 p.m.
@ The city chambers located in the back of the Rosalia public library
Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail
(Previously known as the John Wayne Pioneer Trail/Iron Horse State Park) gives hikers, cyclists and, in some places, equestrians, a taste of Washington’s diversity. Tent Camping is allowed at Rosalia City Park. Fees for donation only.