Lewisville Regional Park

Take a walk in the woods and meadows along the East Fork Lewis River. Lewisville Regional Park is Clark County’s oldest park and is often considered its flagship park. 

As Clark County’s oldest park, Lewisville Regional Park packs some history—and is even listed on the National Register of Historic Places (1986) and the Clark County Heritage Register (1987). The more than 150-acre area was developed during the Great Depression along the East Fork Lewis River, and today includes 2.8 miles of meandering trails and a small boat launch. The towering Douglas fir trees and open fields of grass provide an escape from the city’s bustle, and the clear waters are refreshing on warm days. Find picnic tables, covered grills and shelters, multiple playgrounds, and restrooms to accommodate any outdoor activity. 


Quick Facts:

- Lewisville Park is located in Battle Ground about 20 miles NE of downtown Vancouver.
- A parking fee of $3 for cars is collected year-round. Arrive early on sunny summer weekend days, as lines of cars waiting to enter the park are common.
- Open hours are 7 a.m. to dusk



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