TOUTLE

Toutle is an unincorporated community located 10 miles east of Castle Rock along Washington State Route 504. The Toutle community takes its name from the Hullooetell, a Chinookan tribe. Toutle is known as a tourism town for Mount St. Helens and is a gateway to visitor and science centers, trails, and National Monuments in honor of the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. The community offers walking, jogging, and biking trails, parks, boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, tourism, and camping opportunities.

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 access, day use, campsites, playground equipment, swimming

SILVER LAKE BOAT LAUNCH- Located off of I-5, exit 49 on Kerr Road is a paved area great for boating and fishing.

Includes: fishing access, boat access, fishing dock, boat launch, parking, restrooms, handicap access

TOUTLE COWLITZ MERGER- Located off of I-5, exit 52 is a walk in water and fishing access spot. 

Includes: fishing, water access

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 access, day use, campsites, playground equipment, swimming

KID VALLEY CAMPGROUND- Located along Spirit Lake Highway in 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! Kid Valley Campground showcases a  buried  A-Frame where a visitor can walk through a home inundated by mud flows.

Includes: campsites, hiking, biking

STREETERS RESORT- Located on Lake Road, Streeters Resort is a campground that offer fun outdoor activities that engage friends and family.

Includes: campsites, fishing, swimming, karaoke, boating, store

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 access, day use, campsites, playground equipment, swimming

 

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 field, amphitheater, bird watching,  horseshoes pits, Mt. St. Helen's Visitor Center, yurt rentals

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HARRY'S RIDGE- In the South Cascades is a 4 mile trail that reveals a beautiful overlook of the Mountain, vast rolling mountains, and hummocks.

Includes: trail, hiking

JOHNSON RIDGE OBSERVATORY- 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 

MOUNT ST. HELEN'S FOREST LEARNING CENTER- Up Highway 504, mile post mark 33, Mount St. Helen's Forest Learning Center displays interactive exhibits and the recovery of the 1980 eruption. The Forest Learning center gives access to beautiful hiking trails that reveal Mount St. Helen's crater, Spirit Lake, Mount Adams, and Mount Margaret.

Includes: trail, learning center, gift shop, parking

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

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 field, amphitheater, bird watching,  horseshoes pits, Mt. St. Helen's Visitor Center, yurt rentals

JOHNSON RIDGE OBSERVATORY- 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 

MT. ST. HELEN'S FOREST LEARNING CENTER- Up Highway 504, mile post mark 33, Mount St. Helen's Forest Learning Center Walks you through a life-like forest, you can experience the Eruption Chamber, and  learn about forest recovery, reforestation and conservation of forest resources. The Forest Learning center gives access to a half mile interpretive trail that showcases the mountain, elk and replanted forests.

Includes: trail, learning center, gift shop

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

SKULL DUGGERY- Located on 908 Frank Smith Road is skull and skeleton museum giving hunters, schools, zoos, museums, and collectors access to cool and exotic animals skulls and skeletons.

Includes: museum

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