Ike Kinswa State Park, Silver Creek
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Ike Kinswa State Park is a publicly owned recreation area on the northern side of Lake Mayfield, located approximately northwest of Mossyrock in Lewis County, Washington. The state park covers that include of shoreline mostly along the Tilton River including the point where the Tilton and Cowlitz rivers once merged. The park offers boating, fishing, swimming, waterskiing and windsurfing plus facilities for camping, hiking, and mountain biking, It is managed by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission.HistoryThe park came into existence with the construction of the Mayfield Dam in 1963. In 1971, the park's original name, Mayfield Lake State Park, was changed to Ike Kinswa State Park, in honor of a member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe.Add Ike Kinswa State Park and other attractions to your Silver Creek trip itinerary using our Silver Creek holiday planner.
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Usually camp here every year. Have tent camped on the lake and stayed in the new cabins. Walk the trails with the kids and biked the campgrounds and day park. Lake is great for fishing and boating. We... read more »
I want to like this park, the swimming area looks nice but the day use fee of $10 at the picnic area is quite expensive for no soap in the bathrooms and cigarette butts and beer bottle caps all over t... read more »
We tent camped last year at Ike Kinswa and this year rented one of the 9 cabins. Loved it! We got cabin #5 which has privacy on a cul de sac. The well maintained cabins have no water or kitchen facili... read more »
We love coming here, and have our annual Family Mayfield Lake (FML) trip here each year. I enjoy natural camping but with all of the kids and dogs this is the place to be. Great swimming, hiking, and fishing spots all around.
One of our favorite campgrounds. Every site wooded, clean. Safe swimming area and playground for kids. Great shore and boat fishing for dad. Dog friendly. Noisy and busy lake traffic on weekends so we camp Sunday through Friday.
Beautiful. Lots to explore. Easy bike trail. Cool cabins.
Awsome place to go camping in an RV, Tent, or rent the new Cabin. Best fishing is done on the water. Deer to see.
Very disappointed with the attendant: I was lied to and treated with disrespect. The park, however, is BEAUTIFUL.
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