It’s been quite a while since I’ve written regularly, since my Mom was finishing her grad degree. She is FINALLY free, and we have so many wonderful adventures to catch up on. One of my new favorite dog-friendly adventure spots is in the beautiful town of Camas, Washington. Lacamas Park is an easy 45-minute drive out of Portland, and the Lacamas Creek Trail is a 4.3 mile loop hike. The hike has light elevation gain and boasts incredible waterfall and wildflower views. Since it’s been forever, we have pictures of this hike from our winter and spring adventures for you to enjoy.
Rating for Lacamas Creek Trail
I gave this hike 2 paws up because the views are magical in every season, and there are so many perfect little spots for a picnic and a treat. The mossy trees, wildflowers, and racing creek are stunning to explore. The trail is rated easy, and pups need to be leashed throughout the hike. As always, I recommend assessing your pup’s health before the hike, making sure to bring plenty of water, and staying close to your pup throughout the trail.
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Stay tuned for my next blog post, where I catch up on more hiking adventures!
Happy Birthday, Grammy!
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