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Lower Falls Campground
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Cougar, Washington
(lat:46.1564 lon:-121.8798) map location

Phone: 509-395-3400
Lower Falls Campground is located in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Visitors enjoy several waterfalls in the area and access to the Lewis River Trail. The campground is open from May through October.Lower Falls Campground offers 43 standard sites that accommodate both tents and RVs 36 feet, but no hookups are available. Picnic tables and campfire rings with grills are provided, as are composting toilets and drinking water.

The campground is just off the Lewis River at an elevation of 1,300 feet. The campground road is paved and shaded by large evergreen trees. There are trails down to the Lewis River and falls area.There are falls viewing opportunities at Lower Lewis River Falls, Curly Creek Falls, Big Creek Falls, and Middle Falls, all within 15 minutes of the campground.

Hiking trails within 10 miles include trail 31 Lewis River, Trail 5 Quartz Creek, and trail 80 Wright Meadows.

Near the campground are several trailheads that provide visitors with a variety of recreational opportunities. There are hiking trails, mountain bike trails, horse trails, and motorcycle trails within 10 miles of the campground.

The Lewis River contains rainbow, cutthroat, and bull trout as well as whitefish. The area is catch and release only.
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Lower Falls Campground is located near Vancouver

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From Portland or Seattle take I-5 to exit 21 for WA-503 E toward Woodland/Cougar. WA-503 will turn into FR 90, turn right at the Pine Creek Visitor Center. Lower Falls Campground will be on your right hand side after you pass mile marker 28 on FR 90.

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