This 77.3-acre park and boat launch is located along the East Fork Lewis River northeast of Battle Ground. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and the former Vancouver-Clark County parks department developed the boat launch, on the south side of Day Break Bridge. The site includes parking for 32 vehicles with trailers.
This popular fishing and water access area is located on the North Fork Lewis River about five miles east of Woodland and nine miles upstream from the Columbia River. Due to river depth, only smaller boats (not more than 20 feet long) and flat-bottomed boats should use this launch.
Lewisville Regional Park is Clark County’s oldest park and often considered its flagship park. The Works Progress Administration developed the 154-acre park north of Battle Ground during the Great Depression. A small boat launch on the East Fork Lewis River is located in the park’s northeast end where the park’s access road ends.