Battle Ground Lake: Fishing, Boating, and SwimmingBattle Ground Lake State Park features over 280 acres of lush, forested land nestled in foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Volcanic in origin, the spring-fed lake is like a miniature version of Oregon's Crater Lake. It's also rich with bass, crappie, and Rainbow Trout, which make it a popular destination for anglers. With a wide array of recreational areas and activities, this popular vacation hot spot is an ideal place for outdoor adventure and family fun.
- An One Day Discover Pass ($11.50) / Annual Discover Pass ($35.50) is required to park at the lake. - All vehicles need to be parked at the lake
- Cabin and picnic area rentals available.
- Visit washington.goingtocamp.com to make a reservation.
- Summer - 6:30 am to dusk
- Winter - 8 am to dusk
- Horse trails
- Mountain biking
- Bird watching
- Horseshoe pits
- Equestrian camping