Granite Lake Park

850 Port Way, Clarkston WA Website

Granite Lake Park is a six acre park that is located in the Clarkston Port District and maintained by the Port. It is landscaped with many plants that were native to this area 200 years ago when the Lewis & Clark Expedition traveled through on their way to the Pacific Ocean. The park has views of the Snake River and the hills that form this valley.  There are picnic facilities and restrooms for your enjoyment and convenience. You can access the greenbelt walking path from Granite Lake Park.

Categories: Parks, Lewis & Clark, Bicycling, Kid Friendly Attractions, Lewis & Clark Trail, Levee System, Parks