CASTLE LAKE VIEWPOINT- is located East on State Route 504 for 40 miles. The Castle Lake Viewpoint provides beautiful views of Mount St. Helen's and landslide debris deposits from the eruption of Mount St. Helen's in 1980. Castle Lake Viewpoint gives visitors a beautiful view of Castle Lake and trail way.
Includes: Trail, mountain, and lake views.
COLDWATER LAKE TRAIL- Coldwater recreation area is on the State Route 504. Coldwater lake natural habitat gives people water and fishing access. It's trail access is a .6 miles interpretive trail giving close views of Coldwater Lake.
Includes: water access, boating, fishing
ECO PARK RESORT- is located at the 24 mile marker along State Route 504. Eco Park Resort provides access to horse and hiking trails, comfortable camping space, and a beautiful view of the country.
Includes: trails, horse access, camp sites, cabins, cafe, wildlife
ELK BENCH TRAIL #221- is located at the Coldwater Ridge Visitor Center. Elk Bench Trail is a trail head that offer a nice stroll through a 1 mile hiking trail.
Includes: restrooms, drinking water, telephones, food, picnic area, views of Mount St. Helen's, Coldwater Lake, and Minnie Peaks.
HARRY GARDNER PARK- Cowlitz County's Harry Gardner Park on the South Toutle River offers overnight camping, river access, playgrounds, fishing, and areas to explore the mud flows.
Includes: water access, fishing, day use, campsites, playground equipment, swimming, trail
HUMMOCKS TRAIL #229- This 1.2 mile loop trail that follows along hills created by the 1980 Mount St. Helen's eruption.
Includes: trail, wildlife
JOHNSON RIDGE OBSERVATORY TRAIL- is located up highway 504. Johnson Ridge offers curious mountain seekers to displays of Mount St. Helen's history. They offer award winning films, ranger talks, views if landscape, souvenirs, hikes, and food.
Includes: displays, food, theater, hiking trails, gift shop, day fee, eruption trail, access to Harry's Ridge, access to Truman Trail
KID VALLEY CAMPGROUND- is located along Spirit Lake Highway is a quiet forest area. Kid Valley Campground has beautiful hiking opportunities, biking, and site seeing. There is several near by activities for winter and summer time!
Includes: campsites, hiking, biking
LOOWIT VIEWPOINT- is located 51 miles up from State Route 504. Loowit Viewpoint shows a great view of Mount St. Helen's Crater and geography.
Includes: trail access, mountain view
MOUNT MARGARET BACKCOUNTRY- is located on State Route 504 and is a popular among hikers. The trails in the back-country lead to clear lakes, steep ridges, narrow trail heads, and flowered back country.
Includes: trails, tent camping, permit required
MOUNT ST. HELEN'S VISITOR CENTER- is located up Highway 504 at mile post 5. Th Visitor Center provides movies and displays about Mount St. Helens and what life was like before and after the 1980 eruption.
Includes: movie, displays, gift shop, boardwalk trail
MOUNT SAINT HELEN'S WILDLIFE AREA- The Mount St. Helen's Wildlife Area, in the Toutle valley, provides areas for hiking, horseback riding, bicycling, and wildlife viewing. The area offers a short trail at the end of Sediment Dam Road leads to the dam overlook.
Includes, trails, horse access, wildlife
SCIENCE LEARNING CENTER- is located up Highway 504. The Science Learning Center provides visitors with walking trails, stargazing. and the opportunity to learn about Mount St. Helen's and its surroundings.
Includes: trail, start gazing, science learning center
SEAQUEST STATE PARK- Up Spirit Lake Highway, Seaquest State Park provides visitors with fun outdoor activities. It gives way for hiking, camping, bird watching, and more!
Includes: trail, campsites, day use, restrooms, play areas, volleyball, amphitheater, bird watching, horseshoes pits, Mt. St. Helen's Visitor Center