Monday, April 07, 2008

Grand Coulee Dam laser light show can't be beat.

Many large Pacific Northwest public campgrounds offer evening entertainment in cozy amphitheater settings. Park rangers frequently talk about something of interest to them -- the life cycle of moths or mating habits of chipmunks.

Grand Coulee Dam is different. It eliminates the talking naturalist and ignores program variety. Instead, it repeats the same laser show every night of the summer camping season to the delight of thousands.

Grand Coulee Dam, which has handled as many as 70,000 visitors for one show, isn't exactly a cozy setting. Even though the nearest campground is three miles away, the laser light show serves the same function as amphitheater talks -- to provide campers with an informative and entertaining evening program at the town of Grand Coulee.
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