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Lewisville Regional Park, Battle Ground

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Lewisville Park is a 154-acre regional park located two miles north of Battle Ground in Clark County, Washington. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.HistoryThe park was built starting in 1936 as a Works Progress Administration (WPA) recreational center project. The architecture and overall design of the park is intentionally rustic, a common idiom promoted by federal land management agencies in the early part of the 20th century. Lewisville park is the oldest in the county park system and is one of the most significant and lasting examples of the WPA in Clark County.Several of the existing structures were built by WPA workers between 1936 and 1940 and were still existing when the park was added to the national register, including a caretaker's cottage, bathhouse, kitchen, one large and two small shelters. All were built to appear non-intrusive and used local logs and rocks in their construction. Several other buildings, not a part of the historic register list, were built in the 1950s and 1960s and maintained the natural aesthetic designs of the existing structures.Present dayFacilities include: Swimming hole, nature trails, playgrounds, tennis/basketball court and sports fields, fishing, and other facilities typical of large regional asset parks.
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  • Clean affordable park, swimming, family bbqs, hiking trails, sports, river activities, day use only, plenty of play areas for young children  more »
  • Beautiful, but if you go on the weekend or later in the day it gets filled with too many loud and messy people, who don't clean up after themselves.  more »
  • I love this place mostly because of the river, and only the river. Swim in it, take a mattress sown the river, barbecue, so much stuff you can do! All in one park!  more »
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  • This is a great family park with lots of amenities. It is well maintained and has almost a full three miles of walking trails most of which are stroller and wheelchair friendly. Be sure to watch out for Stinging Nettle and Devil's Club along the trails (I've included a photo for easy identification. Devil's Club in the foreground with the large leaves. Nettles are the tall plant of to the side.)
  • Great park with lots of space. Lots of parking lots and separate areas to explore. There are many Barbeques you can use, and even a smoke pit under a wood building. Took our daughter for her first swing and we had a blast!
  • Really great park, nice play area and open fields surrounded by lots of tall trees. The river is great, a bit cold, but perfect for riding a raft or tube down a ways.
  • Nice park but now you have to pay $3 to get in. My granddaughter got invited to a birthday party and we had to pay $3 to go plus the wait to pay is unreal
  • BEAUTIFUL. There are many structures perfect for family functions, parties, etc. Also, a swimming area for the kids... The park is maintained very nicely and is nestled in next to the Lewis River. We love it here!