Things to do in Cowlitz County

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Anderson Lodge
12014 Lewis River Rd. Aerial, WA 98603
Anderson Lodge has two separate facilities for your next event: the Main Lodge and the Hilltop House. You choose which facility best fits your needs.

We welcome our guests from Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington and beyond! Anderson Lodge is a unique and extraordinary lodge in Southwest Washington that welcomes thousands of guests every year. The natural setting and homey atmosphere enhances gatherings of all kinds. It is truly something special to get away from the normal stresses of daily life and relax with friends and family or celebrate a special occasion. We strive to maintain the natural beauty of the environment and provide a location for families and friends to reconnect.

(360) 247-6660
Mount St. Helens Motel
1340 Mt. St. Helens Way NE.
Castle Rock WA 98611
(360) 274-7721
Seaquest State Park
3030 Spirit Lake Hwy. Castle Rock, WA 98611

Seaquest State Park is owned and operated by the State Of Washington.  Seaquest State Park is a nature lovers retreat.  Among the popular activities are bird watching (more than 13 species), mammal watching (more than 8 species including foxes and bears), sea and sea life watching in Silver Lake, tree identification (8 major species), wildflower identification (more than 10 native plant types) and visiting the Mount St. Helens Visitor Center.  The visitor center is located across the highway from Seaquest State Park and is accessed via a tunnel that runs under the highway.  At only 6.6 miles east of Interstate 5 (I-5), Seaquest is as easily accessible for an overnight stay as it is for a week long stay.  Limited services and shopping is available in Castle Rock.  Full services and shopping is available in Kelso. Open year round.

Number of Sites:  16 full hook up RV camping sites, 17 electricity and water RV camping sites and 55 tent camping or RV camping sites without hookups plus 5 yurts

Electricity:  At 33 RV camping sites

Water:  At 33 RV camping sites

Sewer:  At 16 RV camping sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

(360) 274-8633
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Toutle River RV Resort
150 Happy Trails Rd. Castle Rock, WA 98611
Our resort is a fantastic base camp for the explorer, family vacation, or long-term guest. We offer 306 full hookup RV sites many offering 6,000 sq ft or more and up to 100 feet long. Masonry fire pits and BBQ’s are located through out the park and all of our premium sites feature a fire pit, BBQ and park style picnic tables. These are truly beautiful sites. We offer the largest RV sites you are likely to find anywhere.

Toutle River RV Resort is located in Castle Rock, WA at the apex of the Toutle and Cowlitz Rivers and is one of the largest RV resorts in the Northwest. Our resort has the only private access to the confluence of the Toutle and Cowlitz River that offers access to the public (resort guests). The confluence of these two rivers is widely revered as one of the finest fishing holes in the state.

(360) 274-8373
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Blue Heron Chateau
1209 Mt St Helens Way Castle Rock, WA
The Blue Heron Inn has seven spacious guest rooms with full baths and private balcony’s overlooking Silver lake, with a beautiful view of Mt. St. Helens.

The Blue Heron Inn has seven spacious guest rooms with full baths and private balcony’s overlooking Silver lake, with a beautiful view of Mt. St. Helens. Enjoy a peaceful environment while relaxing on the veranda. Wake up to a complimentary breakfast to get you started on your daily adventures. Enjoy the day at the visitor centers, hiking Mt. St. Helens, fishing on silver lake, or just taking in the breathtaking views. This location is a beautiful setting for weddings, and events.

(360) 274-9595
7 West Motel
864 Walsh Ave. NE Castle Rock WA 98611
(360) 274-7526
Timberland Inn
1281 Mt St Helens Way NE Castle Rock WA 98611
(360) 274-6002
Paradise Cove Resort
112 Burma Rd. Castle Rock, WA 98611
(360) 274-6785
Mt. St. Helens RV Park
167 Schaffran Rd. Castle Rock, WA 98611
You’ll enjoy the campground’s peaceful country setting and convenient location. Situated about an hour from Portland, Oregon, and Olympia, Washington, it’s an easy 2-mile drive from I-5

Revel in dramatic Pacific Northwest scenery from this KOA, terraced into a hill-side with inspiring views of a Douglas fir forest and beautiful sunsets. You’ll enjoy the campground’s peaceful country setting and convenient location. Situated about an hour from Portland, Oregon, and Olympia, Washington, it’s an easy 2-mile drive from I-5, yet far enough off the highway to offer a quiet respite. One of the nation’s most dramatic natural events occurred close by in 1980, when Mount St. Helens erupted. At the campground, you’re just a few miles from the Mount St. Helens Visitor Center at Silver Lake, where you can learn about the eruption and visit scenic viewpoints and trails in and around the blast zone. This KOA is an ideal base for exploring the area or a convenient overnight stop in your RV. Your hosts: Brian, Ingrid, Adam and Hunter Orndoff.

(360) 274-8522
Cresap Bay Campground
Cougar, WA 98616
Visitors entering day use sites via vehicles are required to pay applicable fees. Pass holders must check in with booth attendant (if staffed). Passes must be displayed in car window at all times. Fees are non-transferable.

Visitors entering day use sites via vehicles are required to pay applicable fees. Pass holders must check in with booth attendant (if staffed). Passes must be displayed in car window at all times. Fees are non-transferable.

(503) 813-6666
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