Lewis River

The Lewis River is a main tributary of the Columbia River and spans about 95 miles of Washington terrain. It begins in the North Cascade Range at Mt. Adams and empties into the Columbia. The main river is often referred to as the North Fork Lewis River and acts as the border of Clark and Cowlitz Counties.  The East Fork (often referred to as the South Fork Lewis River) splits Clark county almost down the middle, flowing from Lookout Mountain in the west.

 

The Lewis River is also one of the top sport fishing rivers in Western Washington. The adventurous angler can find large amounts of Coho salmon, Chinook Salmon and steelhead, each type depending on the time of year.

 

Our years of experience on the Lewis River will shine as we guide along the best holes to provide a Guided Fishing Adventure that will have you coming back again and again.

 

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LEWIS RIVER GALLERY

LODGING NEAR THE LEWIS RIVER

Hotels/Motels

Lewis River Inn

The Lewis River Inn is a Motel in Woodland, known for comfort and cleanliness. Ideally located for Clark County, Cowlitz County, and a gateway to the Lewis River and Mt. St. Helens recreation area.

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Roadway Inn

Clean, Affordable rooms located just minutes from the Lewis River in Woodland.

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Cabins

Cozy Cabins

A wide selection of cabins from rustic to luxury, you are sure to find something to fit your needs.

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Woodland Rentals

Whether you are looking for an overnight stay or long term,Woodland Rentals is sure to have what you are looking for.

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Campgrounds

Beaver Bay Campground

Beaver Bay is a affordable campground just a few minutes from the Lewis river.

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Columbia Riverfront RV

76 Full service sites to accomidate you and your group anytime of year.

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