CAMAS LIVING

Camas Parks

Benton Park
1431 NW Drake Street
A grass park with hiking and biking trails, playground equipment and picnic tables.

Crown Park
120 NE 17th Avenue
The 7.4-acre park includes two tennis courts, basketball hoops, a baseball backstop, a picnic shelter and a playground structure.  Crown Park is famous for its summer activities, Easter egg hungs, Camtown Youth Festival and other community events.  It’s also home to the Camas Municipal Pool.

Dorothy Fox Park
2023 NW 23rd Street
This 5-acre park serves the Prune Hill area, and sits adjacent to Dorothy Fox Elementary School.  It features a soccer field, playground, picnic table, and plenty of open grass areas and paved paths.

Fallen Leaf Lake Park
2911 NE Everett Street
With a total of 55 acres of shoreline, forests and wetlands, this park provides opportunities for hiking, picnicking and wildlife watching.  There is a barbecue grill as well as a covered picnic shelter that can accommodate up to 150 people.  South of the park is the Fallen Leaf softball field.  This nearly 6-acre facility features a 315 foot outfield with fencing and a backstop, bleachers, dugouts, restrooms, a scorekeeper building and paved parking.

Forest Home Park
640 NW Logan Street
The 5.19-acre park, with baseball and softball fields is home to Camas Little League.  It also provides a picnic area with tables, playground equipment and basketball hoops.

Goot Park
303 SE Zenith Street
This park contains a softball field with a backstop and an open grass field for soccer.  It also has bleachers, a basketball hopp, restrooms, a covered picnic are and a playground.

Grass Valley Park
3211 NW 38th Avenue
This 14.4-acre park provides plenty of open space and trails ideal for exercise and recreation.  It features two tennis courts, a basketball court, a baseball field, a covered picnic shelter and restrooms.

Heritage Park
303 NW Lake Road
5.5-acre park developed alongside Lacamas Lake.  It includes a two-lane boat launch, a floating dock, boat and vehicle paved parking, picnic tables, restrooms and a trail along the lake.  The boat launch is being widened from 24 to 32 feet.  More parking spaces for vehicles and trailers are also being added.

Klickitat Park
824 NW Klickitat Street
This 9-acre park has an open play field with a basketball court, discovery garden, playground equipment, picnic shelter and trails to explore.

Lacamas Park
Everett Street & Lake Road
This 311-acre scenic park is owned and operated by Clark County.  It provides one-quarter mile of paved trails and more than 3.6 miles of unpaved trails.  There is also a picnic shelter, restrooms and paved parking.

Louis Bloch Park
160 NE Joy Street
The sunken baseball diamond serves as the home for Camas-Washougal Babe Ruth.  Home runs hit over the left field fence land on Third Avenue or in the yards of neighboring houses.  The 3.85-acre park also features a scorekeeper building, a c

Oak Park
1606 SE 8th Avenue
The 1.77-acre park has a half basketball court, playground structure, two picnic tables, a barbecue area, a paved walking trail and a patch of open grass.

Prune Hill Sports Park
4270 NW 18th Avenue
This 8.94-acre park is adjacent to Prune Hill Elementary School.  It includes soccer fields, a baseball field with bleachers, basketball courts, playground equipment, restrooms, paved and unpaved paths and walking trails.

Camas-Washougal Skate Park
3010 NE Third Avenue
This park has more than 12,500 square feet of two-tiered skating surfaces.  Elements include ramps, rails, a picnic table, loading dock and stairs.

 

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