Paradise Point State Park


Washington State Parks

Paradise Point State Park is located on the Lewis River, right along Interstate 5 just north of Vancouver. The park makes for a perfect lunch spot on a road trip or an easy camping spot while traveling. Paradise Point was originally named before the freeway was built overhead. It's not exactly Paradise but a few features still remain, including a nice walk along the Lewis River where excellent wildlife viewing is possible. Much of the campground is also in a scenic forest, away from the highway. The beach under the freeway offers swimming and possibly a rope swing if you can reach it. One can easily fish the Lewis River from several locations. Small watercrafts could work too but no boat launch. An amphitheater occasionally has programs.
Each yurt is 16-feet in diameter by 10-feet high and is furnished with bunk beds that sleep three and a queen-size futon for two. Each yurt has one overhead light, one outlet, and a heater. Bathrooms and showers are nearby. Outside is a picnic table, fire grill, and a small deck. The yurts can accommodate up to five guests per yurt.
Paradise Point Yurts
WA State Parks
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Beach area
Interstate 5 bridges
Lewis River from the beach area
Disc Golf and field
Interstate 5 bridges
Waterfall viewpoint on trail
Old rope swing over the river
River trail
Hike-in campsite
Hiking trail along the Lewis River
Start of the hike from the picnic area
Picnic area
Lewis River
A more detailed trail map that was in the woods at a junction