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Carlisle Lake

The story of Carlisle Lake is an example of the good that can happen when a community comes together for a common goal! Once a mill pond, Carlisle Lake and the immediate area surrounding it has become home to brand-new salmon habitat. It’s also a haven for local birdwatchers too.

A brand-new nature trail is Onalaska’s newest attraction, encircling the lake and providing a nice compact gravel surface for walkers and joggers. Much work from community volunteers went into the creation of the trail, including but not limited to Onalaska High School students and staff who helped secure a grant, improve the area and create trail markers containing educational information.

Brand-new restrooms have been built and are now open to the public.

Explore Carlisle Lake or stay a spell to fish, launch a canoe or kayak or just relax!

For more information about Carlisle Lake, visit the Onalaska Alliance website!

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Places to stay nearby

Adytum Sanctuary

Mossyrock, East
Starting at: $195.00

Almost Paradise

Ashford, East
Starting at: $175.00

Alpine Retreat

Packwood, East
Starting at: $110.00

Bear Lodge

Packwood, East
Starting at: $285.00

Places to eat nearby

Cowboy Coffee

12967 US Hwy 12
Packwood, WA 98361
(360) 494-7126
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Bucksnort Pub

198 Main Ave.,
Morton, WA 98356
(360) 496-5355
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Rivers Coffeehouse & Bistro

212 Main Ave.
Morton, WA
(360) 496-3368
Website
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Bear Country Espresso

9802 U.S. Highway 12,
Randle, WA 98377
(360) 497-2323
Yelp!

Wells' Winery

140 Eschaton Road
Onalaska, WA 98570
(360) 978-6254
Website

Headquarters Tavern

112 E. Front St.,
Mineral, WA
(360) 492-3261
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Cody Cafe

216 Main Ave.,
Morton, WA 98356
(360) 496-5787
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Huff & Puff Drive-In

9455 U.S. Highway 12,
Randle, WA 98377
(360) 497-5721
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Upcoming events in the area

ARTrails: Spring Art Expo

April 23-25, 2020 from 10:00am-6:00pm