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.