Field Journal

11 OctOur field trip to Washougal Waterfront Park and Trail


We did our field trip to Washougal Waterfront Park with K - 8th grade students. Please check our photos and read...Read More

10 OctFrom our field trip: Journal By Vincent Dayley


Have you ever been to the Waterfront Park in Washougal? They have remodeled it last year. The waterfront park is a great place to go!

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10 OctFrom our field trip: Journal By Grace Dayley


The waterfront park is so beautiful. The views are indescribable. There are many things to observe there.
The nature walk was one of my favorite things. Each different spot was unique for one reason or another. You are able to see them right there.

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10 OctFrom our field trip: Journal By Jackson Olsen


On October 5, the whole school went to the Washougal Waterfront Park, which has a lot to offer and is pretty cool. Earlier this year, they remodeled after the river rose and fell and we got to see it. When we were there we saw a whole lot of pretty cool things.

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10 OctFrom our field trip: Journal By Ella Andrewjeski


Did you know that Paul Kane painted the the first pictures of the Pacific Northwest? Well, I learned this and much more at the Washougal Waterfront Park. At the Washougal Waterfront Park we observed and learned many new things.

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10 AugLeasing the Picnic Shelter


The shelter can be rented on weekends for $50.00 per 4 hour increments or $150.00 for the full day.

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Sasquatch Rendering

15 JunIt’s Our Nature to Give Back


DONATE TO THE SASQUATCH NATURAL PLAY PROJECT

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Sasquatch Rendering

15 JunIt’s Our Nature to be Playful


The Port is very excited to announce a Natural Play Area will be going into the Washougal Waterfront Park and Trail next year.

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15 JunIt’s Our Nature to Connect


​The Port of Camas-Washougal is proud to be Salmon-Safe Certified, a partnership that will help us protect and grow Salmon count in our area and keep our river clean for future generations.

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09 NovIt’s Our Nature to Preserve


Why Stewardship?

Forming a community stewardship group is one way to harness individuals’ passion and put collective action to work for the community and the environment to continue achieving a better and greener tomorrow.

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