Camp Every County, Washington

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Photos: Lewis & Clark Trail S.P.



When we arrived on Memorial Day Weekend, the cottonwoods opened their seed pods, making it seem like snow in May.



The sites are large, lush, and extremely private. The last 3 photos are the primitive sites:



The entire Camp Every County, Washington crew sits down for breakfast. Notice the special vase with a cottonwood branch to comemorate "snow on Memorial Day."


The beautiful Touchet River borders the north end of the campground:

Wide, wooded trails run around and through the Park:


The Day Use Area separates the main campground from some privitive sites:

This stone restroom was built in the 1930s from rocks carried up from the Touchet River:

History has a way here of sneaking up on you and delighting you, whether you welcome it or not. The following is a collection of life-sized metal sculptures of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery who set up camp here in May 1806 :

The beautiful countryside of Columbia County is worth the trip itself. These views are from within the park itself:

The historic Jackson House just north of the Park.

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