Lucia Falls Regional Park
Lucia Falls Regional Park
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el_duderino326
Seattle, WA79 contributions
Couples
This is a nice little park, with the emphasis on little. On the plus side, parking is free and the path is shaded.
Written November 21, 2016
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Lorraine & Ken W
Vancouver, WA62 contributions
I thoroughly enjoyed getting out of town on a hot day and strolling along a short, easy path to enjoy giant boulders, clear rushing water tumbling over them and just the general atmosphere of being one with nature. Pack a small lunch, grab some chairs or a blanket,and get out there.
Written August 28, 2016
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redanteater
Camas, WA157 contributions
Family
Lucia Falls is a small park with one waterfall, and they claim, 1 mile of hiking trails. The trail is nice, the waterfall is beautiful, but has signs around it, that no one should touch the water because it is salmon habitat. The hiking trails just seems like a few paths around the site. The place is nice and wooded, decent-sized parking, and has a few picnic tables. The park is a smaller version of Moulton Falls Regional Park, located a few miles up the road.
Written March 21, 2015
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sp4301
Medford, OR1,909 contributions
Couples
This is a pretty park with a nice wide and mostly level path, picnic areas, bbq pits, paved parking and of course the water falls.

The falls are beautiful and there are many points for photos.
Written June 30, 2019
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Mary S
Battle Ground, WA25 contributions
Couples
I love the serenity of this place. The waves roll along the rocks and are very soothing to me. I love the view of looking into the water.
Written August 27, 2018
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Mike G
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Solo
Swimming is not allowed at this park by CC ordinance to protect salmon and steelhead spawning grounds.

It’s also a residential area on the opposite banks. Park closes at dusk.

It is however a good place to begin a hike or bike ride to Moulton Falls and back or vise versa. If you start here at Lucia Falls you proceed on Lucia Falls Road East about a quarter mile and turn right on Hantwick then follow this over the bridge, and across the RR tracks and left into the Smith Trailhead parking lot. From there is a great trail that more or less follows the East Fork Lewis River on a bike, horse and footpath about 2.6 miles to Moulton Falls. It’s about a 6 mile round trip route. Very peaceful and beautiful along this stretch of wild and scenic East Fork Lewis River.
Written July 22, 2018
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southerncaligirl72
California703 contributions
Couples
We decided to take a drive since the places we wanted to see in Portland weren't open due to fires. This scenic drive was nice. Short loop hike around. About a mile, if that. Beautiful trees and greenery .
Written September 15, 2017
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Laurie J
Port Hueneme, CA127 contributions
Family
I took my grand-daughter here when I was in town because she had never been. We walked the easy trail and then we hiked around the rocks by the waterfall and we had a great time! We even found some fresh blackberries, which are in season in August/September. Yum!
Written September 5, 2017
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2theidi
Battle Ground, WA67 contributions
Family
This is a quiet place to go walk & check out the water. You can walk on the trail for a little exercise!
Written August 2, 2017
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peck117
Yacolt, WA5 contributions
Couples
The Falls are very dramatic, lots of spray and crashing waves (less in summer with lower water), Moulton Falls Winery is very close, great wine list and food. Highly recommended!
Written May 22, 2017
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