High Lakes area general map in the Cowlitz Valley Vicinity. Sites include:
Adams Fork Campground Boulder Trail #1C
Cat Creek Campground Council Bluff Trail #117 Green Mountain Trail #110 Hamilton Buttes Trail #118 Hamilton Peak Trail #109 High Lakes Trail #116
Horseshoe Lake Campground
Keenes Horse Camp
Keenes Trail #120
Killen Creek Campground Spring Creek Trail #115 Squaw Creek Trail #265 Takh Takh Meadow Trail #136
Area Status: Open
This very small campground is situated on the banks of the Cispus River.
Directions from Cowlitz Valley Ranger Station: Travel west on Hwy 12 for 1 mile. Turn left onto State Route 131. In 1 mile stay to the left at the "Y" in the road. You will now be on Forest Road 23. Travel to approximately mile marker 19 and stay to the left at the "Y". You will now be on Forest Road 21. The campground will be on your left in approximately 6-7 miles.
Campsites are small, but there is space available for RVs to back in.
Hookup - Water
Hookups - Electric
Hookup - Sewer
Hours of Operation:
River and Stream Fishing
Rainbow and brook trout (some cutthroat) and whitefish are present in nearby Upper Cispus River. There is predominately brook trout below Chambers Creek. Cispus River, below Muddy Fork, is more difficult to fish because the water is cloudy from glacial silt coming off of Mt. Adams. See Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Sport Fishing Rules for more information on salmon and steelhead fishing below North Fork Cispus River.