Paradise Point State Park

La Center, Washington

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While i-5 unfortunately cuts through this pretty 88-acre state park on the East Fork Lewis River, paradise is not entirely lost. Follow the park’s riverside trail upstream, and the songs of wrens and thrushes eventually replace the buzz of whizzing motor vehicles. Amble over bluff and across grassy shoreline alongside this ecologically important southwest Washington river; then hike up a small forested ravine to a hidden little cascade. It’s quite a contrast from the madness of the freeway.

Paradise Point State Park Professional Review and Guide

"While i-5 unfortunately cuts through this pretty 88-acre state park on the East Fork Lewis River, paradise is not entirely lost. Follow the park’s riverside trail upstream, and the songs of wrens and thrushes eventually replace the buzz of whizzing motor vehicles. Amble over bluff and across grassy shoreline alongside this ecologically important southwest Washington river; then hike up a small forested ravine to a hidden little cascade. It’s quite a contrast from the madness of the freeway."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: La Center
Distance: 2.2
Elevation Gain: 250 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: USGS Ridgefield
Driving Directions: Directions to Paradise Point State Park

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May 2018