Things To Do... in and around Woodland, Washington.
Woodland, Washington is located approx. 15 miles West of Mountain Aire Vacation Rental


  Lewis River Golf Course 
Cowlitz Historical Museum Ape Caves Hulda Kalger Lilac Gardens 
 
Tulip Bulb Farm Cedar Creek Grist Mill Lelooska Living History Museum Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
Cathlapotle Plankhouse Chelatchie Prairie Railroad Pomeroy Living History Farm Fort Vancouver Officer Row
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site Pearson Air Museum Pendleton Woolen Mills Vancouver Farmers' Market



Recreation & Parks Information

Lewis River Recreation System

15 recreation facilities along the Lewis River, below Merwin Dam & along the shores of Yale, Merwin & Swift reservoirs.


For more information about fees as well as rules and regulations.

Please call (503) 813-6666 or e-mail recreation@pacificorp.com.


Merwin Reservoir
Merwin Park, Speelyai Park, Cresap Bay Park


Yale Reservoir
Saddle Dam, Yale Park, Cougar Park and Campground , Beaver Bay Camp and Day


Swift Reservoir
Swift Forest Camp, Eagle Cliff Park


White Salmon River
Northwest Park



Fishing the Lewis River

Six fishing access locations are provided on the Lewis River between Woodland Washington and Merwin Dam.
Sites in order from Woodland going upstream are:

Island River Access (north shore)
Happa Access (south shore)
Cedar Creek Access (south shore)
Lewis River Fish Hatchery Access (north shore)
Johnson Creek Access (north shore)
Merwin River Access (north shore)

Boat launches are provided at Island River Access, Happa River Access and Cedar Creek Access. No day use fee is required at these sites.



Gifford Pinchot National Forest

ATV Trails




 
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Last Update
Oct. 20, 2008