- TripBuzz found 16 things to do with kids in or near Castle Rock, Washington, including 12 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Longview and Amboy.
- From Johnston Ridge Observatory to Mount St. Helens Visitor Center, the Castle Rock area offers 40 different types of family activities, including: Visitor Centers, Observatories & Planetariums, Scenic Drives and Parks.
- Near Mount St. Helens, Castle Rock is a popular vacation destination. A short drive from Longview, it features an historical downtown district with a variety of specialty shops including antique dealerships. Also home to Spirit Lake Recreation Area, the community further provides for an array of outdoor sports and activities such as bird and wildlife watching.
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A children's activity and entertainment center, Kids Club Fun & Fitness features a play structure with slides, a bridge, swings and a tree house. The center also offers swimming and dance lessons, party hosting, educational programs and day camps.
Salmon Creek Park features swimming areas, a lifejacket loner station, bathouse and observation platforms. Also available are over two dozen picnic tables, barbeque grills, playgound equipment and more, allowingn for a complete day of outdoor fun.
A regional park, Frenchmanâ€™s Bar Park spans 120 scenic acres along the banks of the Columbia River. The park features picnic shelters, barbecue grills, playground equipment, restrooms, and a two and a half mile hiking trail.
This shallow 15 foot lake accommodates kayaking, canoeing, swimming, rowing and windsurfing, while the 2.5 mile long park has bird watching of water fowl and mated pairs of bald eagles, sane volleyball and picnicking. It connects to Frenchman's Bar Park.
An 11-screen movie theater, Regal Cinema 99 Stadium 11 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers mobile ticketing, stadium seating, a game room and a lobby snack bar.
The Bumble Bee Cannery Museum offers a view of the ship channel and a lesson on the history of the fish processing industry. Visitors of the museum can also enjoy a cup of hot chocolate or coffee in the Coffee Girl coffee shop.
Located along the Columbia River, the Skookum Fishing Charter is a business that provides guided fishing trips for those visiting the area. Trips are led by an experienced guide who helps catch a mix of Salmon, Sturgeon, or Dungeness crabs.
Open to hikers, Cathedral Tree Trail is a 3 mile loop with scenic views of the surrounding forest. The trail ends at the historic Astoria Column, a 600 foot tall pillar decorated with illustrations depicting the region's history.