Local Attractions

Local Attractions

Upon arriving at Eagle Cliff campers will find themselves perfectly situated in close proximity to many wonders of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, home of historic Mount St. Helens. McClellan Viewpoint, boasting an unobstructed panoramic view of the Southeast portion of Mount Saint Helens is a short 10 minute drive from our camp.

Campers will also enjoy hiking local waterfalls, exploring old growth Cedar trees at Cedar Flats, fishing in Swift Reservoir or the Lewis River, Crystal hunting, kayaking, mountain biking, backpacking, and Bigfoot tracking.

A thick canopy of Fir trees throughout the campground provides the perfect place to cool off and treat yourself to a little rest and relaxation after your day of fun filled activities.

Of course your trip would not be complete without a nighttime camp fire and roasting marshmallows for your smores.


Eagle Cliff Park



McClellan Viewpoint



Ape Caves

Located just a short distance from Eagle Cliff Camp is Ape Caves, which boasts the third longest lava tube in North America. Put on your hiking boots!



Curley Creek Falls



Lava Canyon



Lower Falls



Climber's Bivouac

Climber's Bivouac Trailhead is only a short distance from Eagle Cliff Camp and offers some excellent hiking opportunities. Please see the Forest Service Website for more info



Cedar Flats



Swift Reservoir