State Park is 45-acre day-use park set on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River. The park has 1,000 feet of "high" freshwater Shoreline
, but no beach accessibility.The park and interpretive center overlook the Columbia River and old fur trading sites, one of the first Washington
settlements.The park includes an interpretive center which provides displays and information on one of the first settlements in Washington and the fur-trapping history of the area. The center is currently closed due to health safety concerns.The park provides one unsheltered and two sheltered picnic tables, as well as one restroom with ADA accommodations. Picnic sites are available first come, first served.