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Round Lake Path

Intermediate
 3.5 (4)

A nice wide pathway around Round Lake with plenty of lake access points


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Map Key

1.2

Miles

1.9

KM

87%

Runnable

349' 106 m

High

194' 59 m

Low

269' 82 m

Up

251' 77 m

Down

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

40%

Max Grade (22°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Birding · Fishing · Lake · Views · Wildlife

Description

Round Lake Path, also known as Trail 1, is the primary pathway around the lovely lake. It is wide and easy going the whole way. It begins from the public parking area on NE Everett St. From there wrap around the playground and picnic areas and then head south on the narrow isthmus between Round Lake and Mill Pond (great bird habitats here).

You'll cross a dam between Round Lake and Mill Pond and then cross the main outflow dam that forms Lacamas Creek. Continue around the southern edge of the lake passing numerous other trails along the way. Trail 12 and Trail 13 both skirt closer to the edge of the lake than this pathway does. There is a nice dock on the eastern edge of the lake.

The trail ends on NE 35th Ave. This road has a sidewalk, and there is a nice pedestrian bridge over the lake along NE Everett so you can complete the loop without walking in or crossing a road.

Contacts

Land Manager: Clark County Parks

Shared By:

Rob Lillard with improvements by Karl W

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  3.5 from 4 votes

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Round Lake
Jul 30, 2019 near Camas, WA

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