The first time we camped at this park, in 2009, we didn't think much of the park. But I've stayed in it twice since, and have realized it's really quite a treasure. The facilities are old, yes, but they are complete and they are clean. There are free showers! The camp sites have dense, high foliage around them that makes you feel secluded from other campers. There's also "primitive" camping for hikers and bicyclists, isolated from everyone else (impossible to get to by a car). Each site comes with picnic tables and fire pits. We count on it like an old friend when we travel through the area. The explorers Lewis & Clark, for whom the park is named, passed through the property in 1806 and commented on the vegetation - and branded one of the trees! Dayton is nearby, and is a picturesque town, worthy of stopping and walking around.
Property: Lewis and Clark Trail State ParkAddress: Highway 12, Waitsburg, WA
Location: United States > Washington > Waitsburg
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Number of rooms: 30