On another gorgeous mid-autumn day, we made a trip up to Camas, Washington to explore the Lacamas Creek Park. What we found was nothing short of spectacular!
Two sets of waterfalls (Woodburn and Potholes), a lake, a bridge, and a beautiful scenery!
There are a number of ways to get into the park, and once you’re in, there are tons of trails to get swept away on. Our trek was predominantly to Round Lake and Potholes Falls via Lacamas Creek, starting at the Lacamas Creek trailhead.
The trail was pretty busy until the bridge over Woodburn Falls, and then it thinned out quite a bit until Round Lake.
Even with a number of folks on the trail, it was still peaceful on the sunny November day.
A few notes:
- Like I mentioned, there are a number of ways to get into the park. If the trailhead at Lacamas Creek is full, either be a bit patient (there are cars coming in an out pretty frequently), or head closer to Round Lake, where there’s additional parking.
- It can get pretty muddy in spots! Make sure you have shoes you don’t mind getting dirty.
- AllTrails mentioned this as a moderately trafficked hike, but there are parts that are heavily trafficked! Keep that in mind.
All in all, a great day for a great hike!
Happy Hiking, Friends!