On March 6, 2023 North Cascade Excavating will begin resurfacing the Lacamas Heritage Trail. The work is expected to be complete by March 10, weather permitting. During resurfacing the trail will be closed from the trailhead at 7986 NE Goodwin Road to the footbridge located about a mile south. For your safety, please do not approach the work area. Questions? Contact Amy Wooten at firstname.lastname@example.org or 564.397.1681.
This 312-acre park has fishing, hiking and recreational opportunities, with bass, bluegill and perch in the waters of Round Lake.
There also are excellent bird-watching areas around the park, and the upland forests support a variety of wildlife, including deer, raccoons, beavers, coyotes, osprey, bald eagles and many other birds.
The park has numerous opportunities for photographers, especially when the Camas Lilies are in bloom in mid-April. An additional area of interest is the series rock formations located in the potholes, near the falls.
The park contains a network of scenic hiking trails that connects to the Lacamas Heritage Trail along the south shore of Lacamas Lake.
Learn about the recent evaluation of the trail system in Lacamas Regional Park and efforts to marshal volunteers to help improve and maintain the park’s trails.
Trails update - July 2018
A dirt trail at Lacamas Regional Park will be closed to foot traffic and become a one-way downhill trail for mountain bikers. The 297-acre regional park is home to more than 12 miles of trails.
The trail, unofficially known as Red Tape, is a 0.6 mile long winding, steep trail in the eastern section of the park. Designating the trail for one-way bike-only use will improve the safety at the park.
Multiple user groups participated in a 2016 trail study at the park. Two open houses were held to receive public feedback. The park’s trails were evaluated, and Red Tape was identified as the most popular mountain bike trail.
Clark County does not offer a bike-only trail at any other park. County residents advocated for such a trail during development of the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan, which was adopted in September 2015.
This is not the only trail at Lacamas Park with user restrictions. The Lily Field loop, located in the north section of the park, is open to foot traffic only.
Signage will be installed in the next two weeks. Although park users are expected to comply with the restriction for safety reasons, there will be no official enforcement of the new trail designation.
- 1 picnic shelter with water and electricity (not reservable; first come, first served)
- 5 barbecue grills
- 18 picnic tables
- 3 sets of play equipment
- 9.5 miles of gravel trail/dirt trails
- Lacamas Heritage Trail map (PDF)
- Lacamas Park Trail map (PDF)
- Round Lake Nature Trail guide (PDF)
- 1 restroom
- 26 parking spaces, plus 1 disabled parking stall
7 am to dusk
Nearby hikes - Fallen Leaf Lake Park (PDF)
3344 NE Everett St.
Camas, WA 98607