Lewis and Clark Trail State Park is a 36-acre camping park with 1,333 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Touchet River. Like an oasis in the middle of the desert, this lovely forested park on the banks of the Touchet River refreshes visitors with its unusual vegetation and geology surrounding arid grassland. Rich in history, the park has interpretive displays with information about explorers Lewis and Clark and original area homesteaders. The campsite has restrooms and showers.
Unlike many parts of Eastern Washington which are flat and straight there are some interesting roads in the Palouse and Walla Walla hills.
Campsite is 5.7 miles west of Dayton and 4.4 miles east of Waitsburg on Highway 12
Vancouver, BC: 651 km, 7 hours
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