Cougar Washington

Cougar is an unincorporated community and former town in Cowlitz County, Washington, northeast of the city of Woodland.


Cougar Events Calendar

Many outdoor activities are available in the area such as: hiking, bicycling, fishing, boating, hunting, motorcycle racing and numerous sporting events (baseball, wrestling, soccer, running and football). In addition, the community hosts the annual Mountain Mania Festival and Castle Rock Fair, which are both held in July.

June 2018

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  • Cowlitz Black Bears Baseball
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  • Woodland Planters Days
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  • Donohue Horsemanship Clinic
  • Woodland Planters Days
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  • Donohue Horsemanship Clinic
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  • Cowlitz Black Bears Baseball
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  • Hot Summer Nights - Woodland
  • Kalama Heritage Festival
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  • Kalama Heritage Festival
  • Cowlitz Black Bears Baseball
  • Art Blast with Art Adventure

Cougar Washington

Cougar is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington, northeast of the city of Woodland. Cougar is located 28 miles northeast of Woodland along Washington State Route 503 and situated along the northwest bank of Yale Lake, a reservoir on the Lewis River.

1902

Established


A post office called Cougar was established in 1902. The community was named after the cougar.
122

Population


Cougar is the nearest community to Mount St. Helens, which lies 11 miles (18 km) to its northeast.

Cougar Parks

Parks Information

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(360) 577-3137

Cowlitz County Tourism
1900 7th Ave Lonview, WA 98632

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