Lewis and Clark State Park
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350rayh
McCleary, WA10 contributions
Oct 2018
It's a small bit of what the whole countryside must have looked like before people came in, logged off the trees and built farms and homes. Not far off of the freeway, it is quiet and suddenly you're surrounded by huge cedars and firs. A very relaxing spot.
Written 13 December 2018
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Kim
San Francisco, CA87 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
We love staying at this campground. We have stayed here twice. It is beautiful, reminds me of the Santa Cruz mountains. It is a moderate rain forest, so sites are surrounded by fir trees, moss, ferns, and are very private. The sites are more private than most car camping we have done.

It is also the best kept secret! We usually arrive and have several spots to choose from without a reservation. IN JULY! The bathrooms are great too, and they have showers and electricity in the bathroom to charge the phone. Hopefully this review won't be seen by too many of you! LOL. SSSSHHHHH!!! Don't tell!
Written 9 July 2018
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geesfarm
Toledo, WA72 contributions
May 2018 • Family
This area of old growth timber has a population of rare giant salamanders. Many trails, easy to walk. Not a big tourist destination, but worth seeing. There is a campground here as well. If this campground is full, the City of Toledo has it's own campground as well.
Written 24 June 2018
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Cheryle H
Kearns, UT292 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
This was a stop on our Coastal trip. They do not open early and locked gates make the visitor center inaccessible. We had to go into town and eat breakfast to kill some time till they opened. The visitor center is small with a small gift shop. The trail we choose was easy and well maintained. It was wheel chair accessible. We did not go the entire way, just to the river where you can see the old pilings in the water from when they used the river to port logs. It was a nice little walk. I love history and enjoyed the historical stop.
Written 5 February 2018
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