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The Lewis and Clark State Park is home to a major stand of old-growth forest. Learn about this unique forest primarily of douglas fir and red cedar on the half-mile self-guided interpretive trail, or explore deeper with longer hikes or on horseback trails. Amenities include first-come first served campsites, primitive equestrian sites, horseshoe pits and volleyball field. Many structures in the park were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. All Washington State Parks charge a day use fee, or use your Discover Pass.
4583 Jackson Highway
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