Lewis and Clark

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. 


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. 

 Check-in time is 4:00pm   Check-out time is 11:00am

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The Lewis & Clark Lodge can sleep up to 24 guests inside. Total capacity is 50.


  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Dishes, silverware, utensils
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Three full restrooms (toilet, sink, and shower) in bunk area. One full restroom in private bedroom.


  • Bedding and pillows
  • Bathroom and kitchen linens


2023 rates


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.


Check out overnight accommodations available at Washington state parks.