Woodland, WA Trails and Parks

Woodland has 46 trails in the vicinity, including 41 hiking trails and 9 for horseback riding. These trails range from 0.4 to 32 miles in length. The longest trail in Woodland is Loowit Trail a well-known trail measuring 32 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Lewis River—Main Stem, Siouxon Creek Trail and Cinnamon Trail. Trails.com member Shane B. recently completed Goat Marsh.

More information on the best trails in Woodland can be found below.
  • Goat Marsh

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    Woodland, WA

    Explore a sprawling mosaic of wetlands cradled beneath the blocky plug dome Goat Mountain. Goat Marsh was created three to five hundred years ago by pyroclastic flows (fast-moving ...
    •  2-2.5 hours
    •  2.8 miles
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    Explore a sprawling mosaic of wetlands cradled beneath the blocky plug dome Goat Mountain. Goat Marsh was created three to ...

  • Paradise Point State Park

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    Woodland, WA

    This 88-acre campground has more than a mile of freshwater shoreline on the East Fork Lewis River. The fishing is good, and the river access is easy. The unguarded swimming area is on the east ...
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    This 88-acre campground has more than a mile of freshwater shoreline on the East Fork Lewis River. The fishing is good, and ...

  • Merrill Lake

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    Woodland, WA

    The campground is pretty basic, but it is also usually pretty quiet. It sits in the woods on the shores of 2-mile-long Merrill Lake, a popular catch-and-release fly fishing spot. A 1-mile interpretive ...
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    The campground is pretty basic, but it is also usually pretty quiet. It sits in the woods on the shores of 2-mile-long Merrill ...

  • Siouxon Creek Trail

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    Woodland, WA

    This low-level river hike, accessible when snow buries higher trails, will appeal to children for several reasons. Close enough to the creek in a number of places to dip in toes and sample the ...
    •  Day hike or backpack
    •  3.5 miles
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    This low-level river hike, accessible when snow buries higher trails, will appeal to children for several reasons. Close ...

  • Lewis River—Main Stem

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    Woodland, WA

    Just a few miles north of Portland, near the town of Woodland, Washington, the Lewis River and the East Fork Lewis River join to form the main stem of the river. Although both forks began their ...
    •  4 to 5 hours
    •  10 miles
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    Just a few miles north of Portland, near the town of Woodland, Washington, the Lewis River and the East Fork Lewis River ...

  • Cedar Creek

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    Woodland, WA

    This ride ventures up the Lewis River valley in northern Clark County, visiting the lower reaches of lovely Cedar Creek. The loop is scenic from start to finish, with some moderate climbs and ...
    •  27.9 miles
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    This ride ventures up the Lewis River valley in northern Clark County, visiting the lower reaches of lovely Cedar Creek. ...

  • Woodland Dike

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    Woodland, WA

    As with that ride, you’ll likely be amazed at how soon the freeway’s drone dissipates in the silence of vast lowlands, full of farmland and birds. The river is simply so huge, and its ?oodplain ...
    •  14.8 miles
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    As with that ride, you’ll likely be amazed at how soon the freeway’s drone dissipates in the silence of vast lowlands, full ...

  • Cougar—Beaver Bay

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    Woodland, WA

    Get a bird’s-eye view of Yale Reservoir on this wooded 1-mile walk connecting two popular PacifiCorp campgrounds. And get eye-to-eye with birds, too, at Beaver Bay’s bountiful wetlands. ...
    •  2-3 hours
    •  2.0 miles
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    Get a bird’s-eye view of Yale Reservoir on this wooded 1-mile walk connecting two popular PacifiCorp campgrounds. And ...

  • Yale Reservoir Logging Road Trail

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    Woodland, WA

    On this haul-road-turnedhiking-path, enjoy unobstructed views of Yale Reservoir, a lake along the Lewis River, and several waterfalls that flow next to—and sometimes over—the pleasantly ...
    •  7-8 hours
    •  7.5 miles
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    On this haul-road-turnedhiking-path, enjoy unobstructed views of Yale Reservoir, a lake along the Lewis River, and several ...

  • Meta Lake

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    Woodland, WA

    Walk a paved path to an observation deck at the edge of little Meta Lake. Learn how certain life forms survived the 1980 eruption and how this small body of water helped the regeneration of life ...
    •  30 minutes
    •  0.6 miles
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    Walk a paved path to an observation deck at the edge of little Meta Lake. Learn how certain life forms survived the 1980 ...

  • Strawberry Mountain Lookout Site

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    Woodland, WA

    Hike a little-used trail through primeval forest at the edge of the blast zone. Then emerge upon a narrow ridge and survey the cataclysmic forces of Mount St. Helens below you. The views of the ...
    •  4-5 hours
    •  4.8 miles
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    Hike a little-used trail through primeval forest at the edge of the blast zone. Then emerge upon a narrow ridge and survey ...

  • Strawberry Mountain

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    Woodland, WA

    One of the ?nest ridge hikes within the shadows of Mount St. Helens; the only thing sweeter than Strawberry Mountain’s views are its succulent huckleberries. Roam across this elongated peak ...
    •  8 hours
    •  8.8 miles
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    One of the ?nest ridge hikes within the shadows of Mount St. Helens; the only thing sweeter than Strawberry Mountain’s views ...

  • Smith Creek Butte

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    Woodland, WA

    Hike to an old lookout site high above the Smith Creek valley on a trail used more by elk than by humans. One of the loneliest trails in the region, a challenging ford at the start helps keep ...
    •  11 hours
    •  11.6 miles
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    Hike to an old lookout site high above the Smith Creek valley on a trail used more by elk than by humans. One of the loneliest ...

  • Smith Creek

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    Woodland, WA

    Hikers will find much to their liking on this long valley trail that is also part of a popular mountain-biking circuit. Hike along rushing Smith Creek through a deep valley laid waste by ...
    •  13 hours
    •  13.6 miles
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    Hikers will find much to their liking on this long valley trail that is also part of a popular mountain-biking circuit. ...

  • Lava Canyon

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    Woodland, WA

    Hike into a dramatic chasm formed by an ancient lava flow and scoured clean of vegetation by a massive mudflow during the 1980 eruption. Pass by a half dozen waterfalls. Cross a high ...
    •  3-4 hours
    •  3.9 miles
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    Hike into a dramatic chasm formed by an ancient lava flow and scoured clean of vegetation by a massive mudflow ...

  • Ape Canyon

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    Woodland, WA

    Hike along a ridge cloaked in old-growth timber above the nearly mile-wide Muddy River lahar. Take in excellent views of the south flank of Mount St. Helens, as well as Mount Adams in the ...
    •  9 hours
    •  9.4 miles
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    Hike along a ridge cloaked in old-growth timber above the nearly mile-wide Muddy River lahar. Take in excellent views of ...

  • Pine Creek

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    Woodland, WA

    A short and easy hike to a historic shelter, the Pine Creek Trail makes for a nice, quick, quiet getaway. While you won’t see much of Pine Creek, you will see plenty of pines—and firs and ...
    •  2 hours
    •  2.2 miles
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    A short and easy hike to a historic shelter, the Pine Creek Trail makes for a nice, quick, quiet getaway. While you won’t ...

  • June Lake

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    Woodland, WA

    An easy and popular hike perfect for family picnicking, the lake isn’t much, but the setting is peaceful and geologically intriguing. Formed by an old mudflow, June Lake is fed by a 70-foot ...
    •  2-2.5 hours
    •  2.6 miles
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    An easy and popular hike perfect for family picnicking, the lake isn’t much, but the setting is peaceful and geologically ...

  • Volcano Viewpoint Trail

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    Woodland, WA

    Don’t go bananas over the crowds at Ape Cave. Instead, leave them behind by following this new trail through cool forest to a nice little view of Mount St. Helens. Survey Ptarmigan Ridge and ...
    •  1-1.5 hours
    •  1.6 miles
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    Don’t go bananas over the crowds at Ape Cave. Instead, leave them behind by following this new trail through cool forest ...

  • Ape Cave

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    Woodland, WA

    Get a spelunker’s-eye view of the southern Washington Cascades’ volcanic history in the longest continuous lava tube in the United States. Two tubes, lower and upper, form the cave. The upper ...
    •  1-1.5 hours
    •  1.5 miles
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    Get a spelunker’s-eye view of the southern Washington Cascades’ volcanic history in the longest continuous lava tube in the ...

  • Trail of Two Forests

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    Woodland, WA

    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times for these two forests. One was engulfed in flames as a lava flow enveloped it, leaving behind empty casts where giants once stood; ...
    •  10-20 minutes
    •  0.4 miles
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    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times for these two forests. One was engulfed in flames as a lava flow ...

  • Butte Camp

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    Woodland, WA

    Of all the feeder trails leading to the round-the-mountain Loowit Trail, the Butte Camp Trail is one of the nicest. The way winds through old lava flows, old-growth forest groves, and pumiced ...
    •  7-8 hours
    •  7.6 miles
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    Of all the feeder trails leading to the round-the-mountain Loowit Trail, the Butte Camp Trail is one of the nicest. The way ...

  • Sheep Canyon

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    Woodland, WA

    Hike along and above dramatic canyons scoured deep by lahars from the 1980 eruption. Savor stupendous volcanic views and marvel at a mosaic of majestic alpine wild?owers. Pass a small mudslide-formed ...
    •  12 hours
    •  12.2 miles
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    Hike along and above dramatic canyons scoured deep by lahars from the 1980 eruption. Savor stupendous volcanic views and ...

  • Fossil Trail

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    Woodland, WA

    You’re sure to dig up a surprise or two on the Fossil Trail. Follow this lightly traveled path through primeval forest high on Goat Mountain and around sprawling Goat Marsh. Built primarily by ...
    •  14 hours
    •  14.6 miles
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    You’re sure to dig up a surprise or two on the Fossil Trail. Follow this lightly traveled path through primeval forest high ...

  • Cinnamon Trail

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    Woodland, WA

    The Cinnamon Trail offers sweet views of Mount St. Helens. Follow a ridgeline above the Kalama River undulating between former clear-cuts and stands of primeval forest. Enjoy good views south ...
    •  8-9 hours
    •  8.8 miles
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    The Cinnamon Trail offers sweet views of Mount St. Helens. Follow a ridgeline above the Kalama River undulating between former ...