Tatoosh area general map in the Cowlitz Valley Vicinity. Sites include:
Backbone Lake Trail #164 Blue Hole Trail #167 Grant Purcell Falls Trail #162A La Wis Wis Campground
River View Trail #162 Tatoosh Lake Trail #161B Tatoosh Lookout Trail #161A Tatoosh Trail #161
Area Status: Open
This campground is popular for long stay camping and offers nice campsites among some really large trees along the river. Nice examples of old growth trees. Campground includes 12 walk-in sites.
At a Glance
07/26/2014: Open. The Hatchery Loop at La Wis Wis Campground will remain closed to camping and occupancy at least through Memorial Day due to hazards posed by phellinus infection in trees in the area. The loop will be re-opened to camping as soon as hazards can be further evaluated and removed, hopefully by mid- to late-June.
Reservations through recreation.gov
Recreation areas with activity River and Stream Fishing:
Trout can be caught in the Ohanapecosh River. Selective gear rules apply. Trout can be caught at nearby Skate Creek. The creek gets a lot of fishing pressure because it is easily accessible from the 52 Road. See Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Sport Fishing Rules for more information.
Rainbow trout, Cutthroat trout, whitefish
Recreation areas with activity Day Hiking:
Access to Blue Hole Trail #167 and Grant Purcell Falls Trail #162A.
Recreation areas with activity Viewing Wildlife:
Recreation areas with activity Viewing Plants: