The oldest park in the Clark County of Washington State
A few good swimming holes can be found along the stretch of the East Fork of the Lewis River
Developed in 1936 along the East Fork of the Lewis River, Lewisville Park is the oldest park in the Clark County of Washington State. Often considered the main park of the county, the 154-acre park consists of a 2.8-mile trail system meandering through meadows and forests. There are a few historic buildings constructed in 1930s.
Lewisville Park was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
Stretched out along the river shore, the park has various picnic tables, playgrounds, picnic shelters and a large baseball field. With the perfect mix of sun and shade, the park is also home to a multitude of swimming holes.
For families with younger children, the sand and pebble beach of the Larch area is perfect as it affords easy wading and swimming. A good swimming hole with a small beach can be found along the East Fork at the north edge of the park.
Lewisville Park | General Description
Open: Year-round from 7 am until dusk
Managed: Clark County
Location: Lewisville Regional Park, WA
Services: Flush toilets, garbage service, drinking water, picnic sites, playgrounds, reservable picnic shelter, boat launch
Activities: Swimming, fishing, hiking, biking, boating, baseball and basketball
Accommodations: No camping in the park
Distance from the parking: Short
Road access: Any passenger vehicle
Day-use fees: Yes
Dogs: Must be on a leash
Popularity: Moderate to heavy
Elevation: 200 ft (61 m)
Lewisville Park is located:
- 27 miles north of Portland
- 73 miles north of Salem.
Directions to Lewisville Park
From I-5 North,
- Drive to WA-502 in Clark County
- Take Exit 11 from I-5 North onto WA-502 and follow 8.4 miles to NE 238th Street
- Take NE 238th Street to WA-503N and continue to the park entrance.
Address: 26411 NE Lewisville Highway, Battle Ground, WA
Phone: 360-397-2285 ext. 1680