Lewis & Clark Trail State Park

Lewis and Clark Trail State Park is a 37-acre camping park with 1,333-feet of freshwater shoreline on the Touchet River. The park is a rare treasure of old-growth forest and river in the midst of the surrounding arid grassland. Like an oasis in the middle of the desert, this lovely wooded park on the Touchet River refreshes visitors with its unusual vegetation and geology. The park is rich in history.

Picnic & Day-Use Facilities
The park provides two kitchen shelters with electricity and one picnic shelter reservable by calling the park office at 509-337-6457. The park offers 50 unsheltered picnic tables available first come, first served.

Activities
Trails
  • 2 miles of hiking trails
Water Activities & Features
  • Freshwater fishing
  • Swimming 
Other Activities & Features
  • Amphitheater
  • Badminton area
  • Baseball field
  • Bird watching
  • Two fire circles
  • Volleyball field
  • Wildlife viewing
Interpretive Opportunities
The park provides an interpretive display with information on Lewis and Clark and original area homesteaders. A large reader board on Lewis and Clark can be found in the day-use area

Additional Information
  • Fishing for rainbow trout is excellent.
  • A recreational license is required for fishing and shellfish harvesting at Washington state parks. For regulations, fishing season information, or to purchase a recreational license, visit the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
  • Tubing and wading are popular activities.
  • Lewis and Clark Trail provides Saturday evening campfire programs in the summer months through Labor Day weekend. Program schedule subject to adjustments due to availability of staff.
  1. Camping
  2. History
  3. Maps