Daybreak Regional Park and Boat Launch




Daybreak Regional Park.

Feb. 1, 2024: For the safety of park visitors, Clark County Public Works, Parks and Lands division, is closing areas of Daybreak Regional Park. The riverbank of the East Fork Lewis River at Daybreak Regional Park has experienced significant erosion and loss of bank-stabilizing trees. Fencing is being installed around the closed area, and signage will alert visitors to the closure. Learn more.

This 77.3-acre park and boat launch is located along the East Fork of the Lewis River northwest 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 Daybreak Bridge. The site includes parking for 32 vehicles with trailers.



Daybreak boat launch.
  • 15 picnic tables
  • 2 pieces of play equipment
  • 2 restrooms
  • 97 parking spaces, plus 6 disabled parking stalls
  • Boat launch
  • Multiuse paths
  • Viewpoint to the East Fork Lewis River

The Lower Daybreak trailhead was just constructed and can be be accessed from the boat launch parking lot located on the west side of Northeast Daybreak Road across from Daybreak Regional Park.

Trail users should stay on marked trails to minimize impacts to wetland and habitat areas.

The paved trail is just over a 1/2 mile at 0.56 miles. The gravel loop trail is just over 1/3 mile at 0.34 miles. The river access path is only about 100 feet or 0.02 miles. Total length of all trails is 0.92 miles.


7 am to dusk

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26401 NE Daybreak Road
Battle Ground, WA 98604
United States

Boat Launch
Picnic Tables
Play Equipment