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Parks and Recreation

City of Vancouver serves the community with approximately 1,600 acres of parkland at 113 sites which includes 90 parks and 20 miles of trails plus numerous natural areas.
Whether you are planning a family picnic, hiking with friends or just craving some solitude in a magnificent setting, Clark County's many parks and trails can provide a great outdoor experience.
Clark County Parks can be reached by phone, 360.397.2285, and email, parks@clark.wa.gov.
The Camas Parks and Recreation Department manages the Camas Community Center, Camas Municipal Pool, Scout Hall, 14 parks, 22 miles of trails and over 600 acres of open space.
Links to our local parks and trails
This 12-acre community park is a partnership with the Evergreen School District to serve east Vancouver and the Fisher's Landing neighbors. Facilities include play equipment, picnic tables, sports fields, and an open lawn area.
This gravel based, shared-use trail in east Clark County is located on the west side of Lacamas Lake and Lacamas Creek. It provides superb opportunities to view birds, rock formations and waterfalls, along with offering picnicking stops, extensive waterfront access and a children's play center. Clark County and Camas own interconnected trail sections - some paved, some primitive.
This 312-acre park is a fishing paradise, with a nice mixture of bass, bluegill and perch in the waters of Round Lake, which is located within the park. There are also many excellent bird-watching areas around the park, and the upland forests support a variety of wildlife, including deer, raccoons, beavers, coyotes, osprey, bald eagles and many other birds.