Radar Hill, a one-time Naval Air Station, gives panoramic views of the Naselle Valley, with Willapa Bay, the Long Beach Peninsula, and the Pacific Ocean beyond.
Snag Lake, and its counterpart Western Lake, were built for fishing and recreation for the staffers of Radar Hill Air Force Station. Today they are managed by the DNR and the young men at the Naselle Youth Camp.
Two fishing platforms help maneuver fishing poles around the debri that attracts the stocked fish.
The campground has only two drive-in sites; the six walk-in sies, however, are the stars. Five of them sit beyond the lakewater outlet and concrete beams.