For more than 65 years, PacifiCorp has provided public recreation opportunities along the Lewis River. Today, we operate 15 recreation facilities along the river, below Merwin Dam and along the shores of Yale, Merwin and Swift reservoirs. Combined, these recreation areas provide the public with 304 campsites in four campgrounds, 233 picnic sites and nine boat launch locations. Our Lewis River recreation facilities begin at Island Access, approximately two miles east of Woodland, Washington, on State Highway 503, and continue 45 miles upstream to Eagle Cliff Park at the east end of Swift Reservoir.
As of August 8, 2014, campfires are allowed in the approved fire pits. Firewood is available at each campground: $5/bundle or $12/3 bundles.
PacifiCorp began accepting reservations for the 2014 recreation season on Saturday, March 1, 2014. If you do not wish to reserve your campsite(s) online, please call 360-238-5251. If you need to make a change in your reservation (example: cancel) please call the 360-238-5251, at least 48 hours in advance.
ALERT: Speelyai Park Closure
September 2nd through December 31, 2014
PacifiCorp is closing Speelyai Park on the Merwin Reservoir beginning Sept 2. through December 31, 2014 so that contractors can replace the park's septic system, make improvements to the parking area, install additional ADA access, and generally improve the picnic area.
During the temporary closure, Merwin Reservoir boat launching is still available at Cresap Bay Park through the end of September. Day-use activities, including picnic facilities, are still open at both Cresap Bay and Merwin Park.
|Cresap Bay ||20||Yes||n/a||Ramp|
|Eagle Cliff Park||10||Yes||n/a||n/a|
|White Salmon River|