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View on MapTrailhead: Elk Pass/Boundary Trail, Washington
US Forest Service


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View on MapMount St. Helens surrounding area, Washington [1.85miles*]
US Forest Service
The Mt St Helens Surrounding area includes some unique places! These areas include: Lewis River Valley Dark Divide Roadless Area Siouxon Drainage...[more]
View on MapCampground: Wakepish, Washington [2.5miles*]
US Forest Service
Paved road to the camp. Originally conceived as a drop off point for RVs there is a large paved parking lot with lots of room for RVs. Visitors can then...[more]
View on MapSno-Park: Wakepish, Washington [2.5miles*]
US Forest Service
In a mature and varied forest setting, this park is near Mount St. Helens and Forest Raod 99 leading to Windy Ridge. Here visitors will find access to...[more]
View on MapInterpretive Site: Monument Entry Road 99, Washington [3.96miles*]
US Forest Service

On the "fringe" of the blastzone, this site offers an introduciton to east side Mount St. Helens visitors.

View on MapHorse Camp: Green River, Washington [6.93miles*]
US Forest Service
Each campsite is limited to two trailer rigs or three vehicles. There is no potable water here; the closest drinking water is located 5 miles south on...[more]
Photo: Mount Margaret Backcountry
View on MapMount Margaret Backcountry, Washington [8.31miles*]
part ofGifford Pinchot National Forest, US Forest Service
Sapphire lakes, pinnacle-studded ridges and flowered mountain slopes – this is the Mount Margaret Backcountry. Part of the Mount St. Helens National...[more]

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View on MapHorse Camp: Lewis River, Washington [9.1miles*]
US Forest Service

There are nine camp sites and parking for 10 trailers and 15 vehicles.

View on MapTrailhead: Lewis River/Quartz Creek, Washington [9.35miles*]
US Forest Service

This trailhead provides access to Lewis River Trail #31. 

View on MapSite: Iron Creek Picnic Area, Washington [9.53miles*]
US Forest Service
The area consists of very tall old growth trees on basically flat terrain of lush vegetation and room to roam. One of the first recreation sites reached...[more]

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