Moulton Falls Regional Park

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Moulton Falls Regional Park
This 387-acre park, at the confluence of the East Fork of the Lewis River and Big Tree Creek, features two waterfalls and an arch bridge more than three stories high.

The park sits on both sides of the river and is heavily forested.

The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad excursion train also passes through the park.

Areas of interest include volcanic rock formations from early lava flows, historic Indian meeting grounds, a swing bridge on Big Tree Creek and access to the 7.5-mile Bells Mountain Trail.

Facilities

Swimming
Signs saying no jumping or diving from arch bridge.

Swimming is allowed at Moulton Falls Regional Park. However, there are no lifeguards on duty.

The river can have swift currents and water depths can vary. Park users swim at their own risk.

Parents are urged to be vigilant watching children near the water.

Please, no diving or jumping off of the arch bridge. People have been seriously injured jumping from the bridge, including one high-profile incident in summer 2018.

It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Swimming at Clark County Parks

Hours

7 am to dusk

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Location

27781 NE Lucia Falls Road
Yacolt, WA
United States

Amenities
Barbecue Grills
Benches
Picnic Tables
Restrooms
Trails