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Ike Kinswa State Park is in southwest Washington, on the northern side of Lake Mayfield. Covering an area of about 450 acres, the park is very close to Mossyrock and Silver Creek areas, and is off US Highway 12. While summer is the best time to camp out in your rental motorhome at Ike Kinswa State Park, book an RV in Lewis County to make the most of the stunning landscape of the park and its nearby areas. Managed by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, there are lots of facilities to enjoy in the park that has 46,000-feet of shoreline accessible for a range of water-based activities.
Cowlitz Indians originally inhabited the area that makes up the park today, and while the park, opened in 1963, was first named Mayfield Lake State Park, it was later renamed Ike Kinswa State Park in honor of a Cowlitz Indian tribesman who represented his tribe. When camping at Ike Kinswa State Park, look forward to relaxing days in the midst of a beautiful green oasis.
Nestled among evergreens and alders, the park offers an escape into the scenic and thickly forested surroundings, perfect for outdoor recreation for Lewis County campers. Mayfield Lake is a big draw for water sport enthusiasts, with great boating, fishing, and swimming. With its calm waters, the lake is ideal for paddleboarding, canoeing and kayaking too. Anglers enjoy fishing for trout, silvers and tiger muskie. You have the option of fishing from the shore or casting a line from your boat, but don’t forget your fishing license.
For boating, there are two launch lanes and 40 feet of handling dock. Make sure you have the necessary boat permits for launching your boat from here. Water-skiing is a popular activity on the lake, and ideal weather conditions during the warmer months make this a busy lake for water sport enthusiasts. Go for a swim in the lake to make the most of the calm waters.
Bird watching is common at the park and armed with binoculars, you get to see exquisite birds. Set out early in the morning or at sunset for the best viewing. Walk along the lakeshore to catch a glimpse of different birds, including the killdeer. Deer and fawns are common in the area and quite used to humans around, though they do get startled with sudden movements.
Camping is a major attraction here, and summer is the best time to camp out in your rental motorhome at Ike Kinswa State Park. There are over 100 campsites, including RV and tent sites. The dense foliage of the park provides ample privacy for each site. Most of the sites are equipped with full hookups, pull-thru sites, 30 AMP electricity, water and sewers, a dump station, restrooms, and showers. Cabins are available for rent, should you require alternate accommodation. Just remember to book well in advance, as this is a popular park and last-minute reservations might not guarantee you a spot.
If you’re looking for a place to camp in an RV near Ike Kinswa State Park, try the Lake Mayfield Resort and Marina in Mossyrock, a little over 9 miles from the park. The campground has over 75 sites with amenities like pull-thru sites, full hookups, big rig access, 30 and 50 AMP electric service, sewers, water, cell phone reception, picnic table and fire grill, restrooms, and showers. There is an on-site restaurant and cabin lodging available as well. Kids have plenty of room to run around and play. Pets are welcome here.
Another close option is the Mossyrock Park with over 100 campsites offering full hookups, pull-thru sites, big rig access, electricity, and water.
A Lewis County camper rental will serve you well on your adventures through the Ike Kinswa State Park and beyond. Once you’ve finished exploring the park, consider a drive to the city of Olympia, about 55 miles from the park. The capital of Washington, Olympia, is a big city with a small-town charm and incredible natural beauty. Steeped in history, you’ll want to check out the architectural delights of this city, including the Capitol Building, the state’s legislative building with an impressive white dome, the tallest masonry dome in all of North America. Stroll through the grounds or take a free tour of the building, which is worth the time. For summer visitors, a visit to Olympia’s famous Farmer’s Market on the Percival Landing Boardwalk is a must. The market runs four times a week in summer months, and you’ll get to pick up a delectable array of berries, cheese and more, in the midst of live music.
Take the kids to the Hands On Children’s Museum that features eight galleries with interactive displays ranging from arts to science and an Outdoor Discovery Center. The WET Science Center is another interesting stop for both kids and adults.
Take a walk in the Heritage Park along the Capitol Lake for some rejuvenation. And indulge in some great food on offer in the city, with a range of cuisines, high-end restaurants, casual dining, and local pub eats to choose from.