|Moulton Falls is located on Lucia Falls Road, just northeast of Battle Ground and a few miles southwest of Yacolt. This park happens to be one of my favorites for a variety of reasons although during busy times of the year I have found no parking.
This park also has a stop now from the BYCX Railroad. The Railroad may in fact be a desirable means of not only visiting this park but enjoying the other scenery of the Railroad trip as well.
Moulton Falls is a 387 acre park located at the junction of the East Fork of the Lewis River and Big Tree Creek. There are two waterfalls and an incredible arch bridge more than three stories high. There are plenty of picnic tables and restrooms are on site. Areas of interest include: volcanic rock formations from early lava flows, historic Indian meeting grounds, the Murphy Grade, and a swing bridge on Big Tree Creek.
More than two miles of trails meander through the park. Currently in progress is the construction of a 9-mile trail that will eventually link Moulton Falls to Cold Creek Campground, located to the south.
This is the Bells Mountain trail system, developed in partnership with the Department of Natural Resources and the Chinook Trail Association.