Lewis & Clark State Park

Lewis and Clark State Park is a 621-acre camping park situated in one of the last major stands of old-growth forest in the state. Coniferous trees, streams, wetlands, dense vegetation, and wet prairie comprise the park environment. The park contains a vast stand of rare old-growth forest. It is a Civilian Conservation Corps park, and many of the buildings constructed by the corps remain in use today.
  1. Activities
  2. Camping
  3. History
  4. Maps

Picnic & Day-Use Facilities
The park provides two kitchen shelters and a community center with electricity, and running water. One shelter is available on a first-come, first-served basis, while the community center and kitchen shelter #1 is reservable by calling the park office at 360-864-2643.

  • 5 miles of hiking trails
  • 8 miles of horse trails
Other Activities & Features
  • Amphitheater
  • Three horseshoe pits
  • Two fire circles
  • Play field
Interpretive Opportunities
Jackson House tours are available year-round by appointment. Call 360-864-2643 for more information.

There is an Old Growth Forest Exhibit, a self guided tour, that is a half-mile interpretive trail featuring information on the parks old growth and Civil Conservation Corp work within the park.
Additional Information
Matilda Jackson State Park - a five acre day use park nestled in old growth Douglas Fir trees, five miles south of Lewis & Clark State Park.
Facilities include a kitchen shelter and restroom.