Paradise Point State Park Things to Do
Swimming, Boating, Fishing
The waterfront along the Lewis River allows some small hand-carried water craft to be put into the river here.
There is also enough access to the river to allow for some fishing, if that is what you want.
There is no real boat ramp here, so whatever boat you take must be something very portable.
Swimming is a regular occurance here, but there is no life guard, so swim at your own risk and be careful.
The river is small and generally not suitable for powered boats of most types.Related to:
Day Use Area: Picnic by River or Swim
Located next to the Lewis River, the day use area has several picnic tables (some, unfortunatley, are quite close to Interstate 5 and suffer noise problems), a fairly large grass field, and waterfront along the Lewis River.
Swimming in the river is allowed, but there is no lifeguard on duty here. Swim at your own risk.
The restroom facilities at the day use site next to the river are pit toilets. If you want something a little better, there are some flush toilets at the top of the hill in the campground.Related to:
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