This 312-acre park is a fishing paradise, with a nice mixture of bass, bluegill and perch in the waters of Round Lake, which is located within the park. There are also many excellent bird-watching areas around the park, and the upland forests support a variety of wildlife, including deer, raccoons, beavers, coyotes, osprey, bald eagles and many other birds. A multitude of photographic opportunities abound – especially in mid-April, when the Camas Lilies are in bloom. An additional area of interest is the series rock formations located in the potholes, near the falls. The park contains a 6-mile network of scenic hiking trails, which also connects to the Lacamas Heritage Trail along the south shore of Lacamas Lake.