Kalama RV Park
Camp Kalama is a little oasis sitting beside the Interstate. The
Camp Ground is nestled along the banks of the Kalama River; which
flows into the Columbia River just a short distance away. The Camp
Sites are located among the Tall Oaks on large areas of lawn.
|Brookhollow RV Park
Brookhollow is located in Kelso, Washington, only 1 mile
east of Interstate 5, in a quiet area that evokes a feel of the country,
while still being in convenient reach of the freeway, shopping, and
downtown in the Kelso/Longview area.
2506 Allen St.
Kelso, Wa 98626
Island RV Park
5558 Willow Grove Rd
Longview, Wa 98632
Offers year-round camping near Mount St. Helens. The beautifully forested
park claims over a mile of Silver Lake shoreline, a shallow wetland
lake. Enjoy one mile of wetland trail and six miles of woodland trails
for hiking and bicycling; see spectacular views of wildlife, Silver
Lake and the surrounding area. There are also children's play areas
and playing fields. Great seasonal fishing, boating and swimming are
Located six miles east of Castle Rock, Wa.
on Silver Lake in Cowlitz County.
From I-5 north or south: Take the Castle Rock exit (exit #49),
onto Hwy. 504 east. Seaquest is located six miles east of the
freeway on Hwy. 504.
Point State Park
Paradise Point State Park is an 88-acre camping park with 6,180 feet
of freshwater shoreline, immediately east of the interstate. Named
for its original peacefulness, the park has lost some of its reputation
for quiet since the freeway went in. Still, the area possesses great
natural beauty, and the noise of I-5 can be avoided by using the woodland
campsites. Located six miles south of Woodland, Wash., on the state's
southwestern side in Clark County.
Point State Park
Located six miles south of Woodland, Wa.
Get off at exit #16 and follow signs one mile to park.
St. Helens Visitor Center at Silver Lake
Check out the interpretive displays that set the scene for all the
visitor centers at Mount St. Helens. There are comprehensive presentations
on the cultural and historical significance of the area, a chronology
of events leading up to the volcanic blast on May 18, 1980, local
geology, and the re-growth and recovery of the area in the years
since the eruption. Displays include several interactive exhibits,
life-size manikins, a large, step-in model of the volcano and a
working seismograph. Theater programs are offered twice an hour.
Outdoors, visitors can explore Silver Lake via a mile-long trail,
including boardwalks over wetlands where a variety of migratory
waterfowl may be viewed at different times of the year.
Saint Helens Visitor Center