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All reviews japanese garden entire lake crown jewel beautiful lake ducks and geese solar system on thursday nights nice walking walking trails rhododendron garden stretch your legs old growth trees huge trees planned city bike ride both sides a great place to spend
Lake Sakajawea is in the heart of Longview and probably one of the best assets Longview has to offer! You will find people tuning and walking year round and summertime is a constant buzz of activity from the 4th of July celebration and fireworks to...More
Lake Sacajawea is beautiful. The lake offers something for everyone. You can walk your dog around it, jog around it, go to the lakes edge and watch the long legged birds, sit on a bench and relax, go to an outdoor summer festival, have a...More
This is a large park surrounding a lake in an urban setting, with impressive old homes on one side and modern, more modest, homes on the other. And, while there are some noteworthy birds to be seen, I was especially impressed with the many old...More
We stayed in Kelso and drove to Longview hoping to find access to the river. And we happened to see the lake. Wow, why not parking and going for a walk. It was so tranquility and and well-cared. Several things to do : kid playground,...More
Lake Sacajawea really is one of the best things about Longview. It was part of this planned city in the 1920s. There are huge trees, a rhododendron garden, and a gorgeous landscaped island with stream beds. You can walk, run or bike ride a complete...More
On a short visit to Kelso, I asked both the hotel and restaurant where I had dinner where I should visit. Both pointed to Sacajawea Park. I spent an hour walking around the park, visiting the man-made island and Japanese garden. It was lovely. The...More
I'm afraid I don't know. I didn't see any motor homes around the park, but there is ample parking all around the perimiter. I think it's a question of their specific municipal rules, and I don't know them.