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The Palouse Region
Camp Wooten State Park
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2711 Tucannon Road
Pomeroy, Washington   99347
(lat:46.2383 lon:-117.6975) map location

Phone: 509-843-5091
Reservations: 888-226-7688
Camp Wooten accommodates 240 overnight guests. The housing facilities accommodate 215 guests, and additional space is available for guests tent or RV camping. The mess hall comfortably fits 240 guests and features modern appliances, a walk-in cooler, refrigerators and freezers. Separate cabins are available for cooks, administrators and nursing staff. Restrooms and shower facilities complete the overnight accommodations.

Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities at Camp Wooten, including swimming, hiking, biking, wildlife watching, canoeing, fishing or simply relaxing. The center features a heated, indoor swimming pool that slopes in depth from three to 10 feet deep. Groups must provide their own certified lifeguard who must be at the pool during all usage. An interpretive display of wild animals and a nature trail are available for visitors to study wildlife. A recreation hall with fireplace is available for group classes, services, training or meetings. An outdoor campfire area includes seating and a stage for plays and skits.
A Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to Washington state parks for day use. For more information about the Discover Pass and exemptions, please visit the Discover Pass web page.

1. Pine Loop Trail: A short, easy trail perfect for beginners or families with young children. It winds through a beautiful pine forest and offers stunning views of the surrounding area.

2. Wooten Lake Shoreline Trail: This moderate difficulty trail follows along the shoreline of Camp Wooten's lake offering scenic water views throughout its length.

3. Tucannon River Walkway: An accessible path that runs alongside the tranquil Tucannon river providing opportunities to spot local wildlife such as beavers, otters and various bird species.

4. Bear Mountain Hike: For more experienced hikers looking for a challenge, this strenuous uphill hike leads you up to an overlook point on top of Bear Mountain where panoramic vistas await.

5. Cottonwood Grove Pathway: Easy walking pathway surrounded by towering cottonwoods which provide ample shade during hot summer days; ideal for leisurely strolls or picnics under trees.

6. Wildflower Meadow Track: Seasonal track best visited in spring when wildflowers are blooming; provides excellent photo opportunities amidst colorful flora backdrop.

7. Old Growth Forest Trek: Moderate level trek taking visitors deep into old growth forests showcasing some ancient tree specimens native to Washington state.

8. Sunset Ridge Route: Steep route leading towards Sunset ridge known not only for physical exertion but also breathtaking sunset view over park landscape at end.

9. Deer Creek Nature Study: Gentle looped walk suitable even for small kids focusing on nature study especially deer spotting around creek areas.

10. Birdwatchers' Paradise: Specialized trails designed keeping avid bird watchers in mind covering habitats frequented by diverse avian population within park boundaries.

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
September 27 School Camp by Tammy
park review stars; one to five This was a very good setting for a school learning camp. I would not recommend the hike to the cross. It is on less than a goat trail straight up and straight down.
May 14 Memories by Interested
park review stars; one to five I just found out my Grandparents owned this land before the camp and before the Conservation corps. My Grandparents had to move to a farm outside Dayton.
October 19 I love it here it was so much fun!! by Lily fur
park review stars; one to five It took my time to see what was happening
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The Last Resort R.V.
2005 Tucannon Road
Pomeroy, WA
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