Lewis and Clark State Park is located in a cool forested space east of Interstate 5 and south of Chehalis and offers hiking and horseback riding through a rare stand of old-growth trees on the historic north spur of the Oregon Trail.
LEWIS & CLARK LODGE
The bunkhouse was originally built in 1950 to house wildland firefighter crews working in Southwest Washington. Located 12 miles south of Chehalis in Lewis & Clark State Park, the lodge has a cozy wood stove, a fully equipped kitchen, 22 twin beds, and a private bedroom with full bed and a separate bathroom and shower. Up to 4 RVs/trailers are allowed for a fee of $20/$27 per night depending on the season. No hook-ups available. The lodge has plenty of space for indoor activities and relaxation. There is a large outdoor firepit. Nearby activities include hiking, biking and five miles of equestrian trails.
Make reservations online, call (888) 226-7688 or the Washington Telecommunications Relay Service at (800) 833-6388. Residences are reservable up to nine months in advance. A two-night minimum stay is required. A non-refundable reservation fee applies. If a reservation is changed or canceled, fees may change as well.
Note: Smoking and pets are not allowed in group vacation rentals.