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Lewis and Clark Trail State Park

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Reviewed 13 October 2016

loved how secluded the spots where and how quiet it was even tho the campsite was full. Only thing I would have like more is if it had more bushes between the campsites for a little bit more privacy. But other then that it was perfect.

Thank Samanthalas
Seattle, WA, USA
Reviewed 6 September 2016

Lewis and Clark Trail State Park is a small part on the Touchet River. It is small, there are only about 25 or so sites, no hook ups. There is a small 8/10 mile trail that winds its way through the park. Sites are fairly private. The part is kind of calm and quite, in that there are not a...

Thank DanSeattleWA
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 13 June 2016

Great spot on the Touchet River! The sites were private and well kept and made for fun place to spend the weekend with friends. The new camp host, Gene was great and helpful with anything we needed. There is also a great spot to eat (Whiskey Creek Sports Bar and Grill) down the road as well!

2Thank whittenmichael24
Reviewed 28 April 2016 via mobile

They charge 25.00 for no hook up sites and pay showers. Total rip off. The sites are large and clean of debris. There's a very short hiking path along the river. Not really that much to do here unless you bring a raft. We had some cell service which was a bonus. This park had no attendants and was all...

1Thank Allison C
Spalding, United Kingdom
Reviewed 23 April 2016

We only had a few hours here on a visit with our family in the USA, but it was a pleasant afternoon with our granddaughters finding plenty of interesting things. Thought that the parking fee of $10 per car was steep though. Just to park!

Thank lynnc185
Bremerton, Washington, United States
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

This was one of the cleanest sites we have stayed at with only one issue.. But first huge sites..the river flows behind the park and it's easy walking too. Bird watching trails, with deer..bathrooms are clean. Showers provided 3 mins for 50 cents. The negative The trash was piled up and the bins where over filled. This is a direct...

3Thank Steve F
Post Falls, Idaho
Reviewed 2 June 2015

This campground is over priced at $30.00 a night for NO hook-ups. How ever the ground are well kept, but the bathroom needs work! Right on the river, good trail to walk, close to food. ATT cell worked ok.

3Thank laears
Benton City, Washington
Reviewed 30 May 2015 via mobile

It was just a nice little spot to camp with young ones. Easy trails and plenty of shade. Somewhat rustic. Older and clean and well stocked restrooms. North side of US12 is the camping. South of US12 is a day use area. Closer to Dayton than to Waitsburg.

2Thank DHigham
Tumwater, Washington
Reviewed 25 July 2014

Washington State Parks are suffering and this park shows it. The campsites are rustic and the picnic tables worn. My campsite had a lot of litter from previous campers. Oh, and did I tell you that at first light the crop dusting planes are taking off just over your head.

2Thank Capnnak
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 9 July 2014 via mobile

I have camped in a number of state parks across the country. I've never stayed at one so neglected. The bathrooms were atrocious, the water spigots leak, and overall the park is just in need of some major TLC. For a $24 campground fee I would hope that they'd put it back into the park but I guess not.

4Thank ThereBeBears

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Address: Highway 12, Waitsburg, WA
Region: United States > Washington > Waitsburg
Number of rooms: 30
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“This is not a HOTEL but a walking trail”
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