Camas Potholes

The Camas Potholes (in Camas, Washington) is a popular place to jump from moderately high cliffs into the waters below. On a hot, weekend day, the potholes attract people of all ages. The Camas Potholes can be accessed via a trail from Lacamas Park.

Lacamas Park is an especially popular destination in the Camas/Washougal area. The Potholes are featured by the Clark County Parks Department in their description of the park []

The potholes have been included in several write-ups on the internet [] [] and are a popular focus of photographers [] .

The unusual water flow, drainage from an outlet dam of Lacamas Lake, has carved many "pot holes" in the rock underneath Lacamas Creek. The potholes range in size from approximately 3-10 feet wide and 3-13 feet deep.

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