Lewis and Clark Trail State Park

Walla Walla, Washington 99362

Lewis and Clark Trail State Park

Lewis and Clark Trail State Park Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This 37-acre campground with 1,333-feet of freshwater shoreline is on the Touchet River, which eventually joins the Walla Walla River on its way to the Columbia. The route that Lewis and Clark took on their return journey in 1806 runs right through the park and gives the
park its name.

Homesteaders used this site to hold post-harvest picnics and games. Today park rangers host campfire interpretive programs in summer. There is a 1-mile interpretive trail and a 0.75-mile birding trail in the camp. There are also 5 miles of hiking trails and 8 miles of horse trails."

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Trail Information

Walla Walla
Nearby City
Kid-friendly
Accessibility
33
Campsites
May-Oct
Season
Swimming, Sledding, Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Birding, Horseback Riding
Additional Use
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, (360) 902-8844 (information); (509) 337-6457 (park office); reservations can be made at https://washington.goingtocamp.com/
Local Contacts
$0-$20
Fees per Night
Drinking water, picnic tables, fire grills, flush toilets, showers, dump station, amphitheater
Facilities

Activity Feed

Dec 2018