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Lake Sacajawea Park, Longview

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • This is probably one of the best, if not the best city park for a town this size. It has lots of lake to look at as you walk around it. It has huge old trees and lots of grass and flowers and landscap...  read more »
  • This park is amazing. Many older trees that are labeled for the different varieties. So many different kinds. The large (long) lake is full of ducks, beavers and cranes. Nice quiet place with some nic...  read more »
  • Lake Sacajawea is just a block from my home and absolutely lovely! Lined in trimmed grass, plenty of parking curbside, walking paths that wind around this long lake, complete with benches, picnic tabl...  read more »
  • Beautiful park in the center of town. Well laid out, able to walk the 3.5 mile lake with out crossing streets. Has two play areas for the children. Homeless can be seen sleeping here sometimes. Fishing is allowed with proper license. Boating is encouraged no motorized boats.
  • Beautiful! Family friendly. Features the Japanese Garden; cross a gated wooden bridge & you are on a little island, Japanese style landscape great for photos. 3 separate children's parks with play equipment, one is completely gated & fenced in for smaller children. 3 & 1/2 mile path around lake for walking, running & biking. Fishing available. Summer activities including, concerts at the park, Independence Day fireworks & booths for shopping, food etc..., kayaking & more.
  • You could visit hundreds of cities across America and never find a better "city park. This is the epitome of the the best domestic parks-- on steroids. What's not to like. I like to shoot wedding portfolios and SaveTheDate sessions there.
  • Fairly large lake with a good walking trail. And there are tons of Pokestops. Tons! I'm talking 30+. Great for walking laps, filling up your inventory, and meeting new people!
  • I grilled brats and caught pokemon. And make smores at the end for a treat.
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