Entrance to Lewisville Park
In a word, this park is "Incredible"
so just enjoy!
Remember your picnic lunch, binoculars and/or camera.
|"Just" two miles North of Battle Ground on Hwy 503, is Lewisville Park. This is the Grand Daddy of the oldest Clark County regional parks, established in the 1930s in this area. Let's just say it is HUGE and certainly has a huge capacity with it's 154 acres of Fir, Cedar & other trees as well as other open grassy areas along the banks of the Lewis River. There is plenty of parking in this facility.
This park has a 3-mile trail system which wanders through the park gathering great views of the surrounding area and the park itself. Activities are plenty including: swimming, fishing, picnicking, and horseshoes. There are softball, baseball and soccer fields, playgrounds, and restrooms located throughout the park.
Additionally there are 12 log picnic shelters and 3 ‘mini-sections’ without shelters that may be reserved in advance. Many picnic areas without shelters are available in a variety of locations within the park on first-come, first served basis.
To reserve one of the 13 covered picnic shelters at this park, please call 360- 487-8337. Parking fees are charged during summer months from May through September. Pedestrians and bicyclists are free year-round.
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Lewisville Park is for day use only.
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