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Tilton River

The Tilton originates in the hills of the Cascade Range. Though it isn’t mentioned as frequently as the Cowlitz or Chehalis, it is a source of pride and refreshment for the people of East Lewis County who live along its banks, fish its waters or navigate its rapids. It’s also a wonderful piece of scenery that makes East Lewis County a picturesque haven for those seeking refuge in the out of doors.

PUBLIC ACCESS SITES
Gust Backstrom Park — This park owned by the city of Morton offers river access for fishing and swimming. Camping is also available for a fee. For more information, visit the City of Morton's website.

Ike Kinswa State Park — Easily accessible from State Route 122, which follows the north end of Mayfield Lake, this state park is popular for its access to Mayfield Lake and the Tilton River. Complete with campgrounds, picnic areas and more, this park offers hiking trails and several river access points from which to launch a boat or even a canoe or kayak to drift peacefully along the river's waters. For more information, click here.

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Adytum Sanctuary

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Almost Paradise

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Alpine Retreat

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Places to eat nearby

Rivers Coffeehouse & Bistro

212 Main Ave.
Morton, WA
(360) 496-3368
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Goat Mountain Coffee Roaster & Bakery

105 Main St. East,
Packwood, WA
(360) 494-5600
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Pioneer Bar & Grill

148 State St.,
Mossyrock, WA 98564
(360) 983-3983
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Brown Shack Tavern

155 Salkum Road,
Salkum, WA 98582
(360) 985-2603
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Viking Cafe

306 E. State St.
Mossyrock, WA 98564
(360) 983-8338
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Mount Adams Cafe

9794 U.S. Highway 12,
Randle, WA
(360) 497-5556
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Papa Bear's Restaurant and Lounge

207 W. Main Ave,
Morton, WA 98356
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Lisa's Diner

245 Carlisle Ave.,
Onalaska, WA
(360) 978-4908
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