The Chehalis River brings life to the fertile lands of the western portion of our county. Farmland is the key feature of the landscape of West Lewis County, where much of our region's produce is grown and harvested.
Take a drive down Boistfort Road and learn about the history of the Klaber Hop Yards, and discover which university nearly located there. Head on down a series of back roads to Pe Ell and take an excursion along the Willapa Hills Trail; when you're done, stop in to Evey's Cafe for a bite. Then pitch a tent or park your RV at Rainbow Falls State Park, the top camping spot in west county.
Several farms in the western region are open for business, providing everything from cheese to fresh vegetables straight from the grower's hands to yours.