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Lower Lewis River Falls Washington

Lower Lewis River Falls Gifford Pinchot National Forest

The Lower Lewis River Falls are spectacular. At 43 feet high and 200 feet across. On the left side is a churning trough which gathers most of the water flow, and there are several viewpoints to capture the scene from. 
Lower Falls of the Lewis River
Gifford Pinchot National Forest Lower Falls

Lower Falls Campground is located in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Visitors enjoy several waterfalls in the area and access to the Lewis River Trail. The campground is open from May through October.

Nearby Attractions
There are falls viewing opportunities at Lower Lewis River Falls, Curly Creek Falls, Big Creek Falls, and Middle Falls, all within 15 minutes of the campground. Hiking trails within 10 miles include trail #31 Lewis River, Trail #5 Quartz Creek, and trail #80 Wright Meadows. 
Lower Falls Washington
Lower Lewis Falls Washington
Lower Lewis River Falls WA

Directions to Lower Lewis River Falls:
From I-5, exit the freeway at Exit 21 and turn right on to Lewis River Road, signed as Highway 503. Drive east on Highway 503 for 23 miles to the former location of Jack's Restaurant, and continue straight on Highway 503 through the town of Cougar. The road changes to Forest Road 90 at the Skamania County Line. Continue east on 90 to a junction with FR 25, about 47 miles from the freeway. You'll turn right here, staying on FR 90. Cross the North Fork of the Lewis River, pass the Eagle Creek Store and continue up FR 90 into the forest. The Lower Lewis River Falls Trailhead is about 14 miles from Road 25, in the Lower Falls Recreation Area. Turn right off Road 90 and right again into the day use area. Park near the restrooms and take any of the use paths down to the Lewis River Trail.

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