The East Fork of the Lewis River

Paradise Point Park

Flowered Roadside
Flowered Roadside
Paradise Point State Park is an 88-acre camping park with 6,180 feet of East Fork Lewis River shoreline.
Cool Water
Cool Water
"The water is fine after you get used to it."
The park is located six miles south of Woodland, WA on the state's southwestern side. From I-5: Get off at exit #16 and follow signs one mile to the park. Unguarded swimming on the East Fork Lewis River and campsites in open grass or wooded areas are offered. There is even a small apple orchard. For more information: 360-902-8500. For the Park's web site click here.
River View
River View
Riverside Picnicking
Riverside Picnicking
Moving On
Moving On
Rob and Christine Reif family from San Diego. "We stayed here three nights. We visited Mt. St. Helens and Ape Caves. We never realized there was so much to do in this area. We will be back."

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