Lacamas Lake Park

Mossy log by a paved trail and small stream

North of Washougal on State Road (SR) 500, Lacamas Park is popular for picnicking, boating, fishing, and swimming. Hiking trails cover 312 acres in Lacamas Park on adjacent Round Lake, providing a ringside view of the natural habitat. The unique dark blue Camas lilies grow profusely in this area. Blooming season is in mid-April.

The northern section of the Lacamas Park contains a picnic shelter, rest rooms, and playground areas. South of the lake, below the dam, Lacamas Creek becomes a rushing stream cascading across a unique brick formation called the Pot Holes. Huge old growth trees set off a wilderness area where ospreys and other native birds attract bird watchers.