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 Lacamas Lake, WA 
A plaque near the trailhead shows that Lacamas Lake Park was dedicated in 1964.
A plaque near the trailhead shows that Lacamas Lake Park was dedicated in 1964.
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Jewel Weed (Latin Name: Impatiens capensis). This grows in a few wet areas along the trails in Lacamas Lake Park.
Jewel Weed (Latin Name: Impatiens capensis). This grows in a few wet areas along the trails in Lacamas Lake Park.
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Lacamas Lake has camas fields that bloom in April.
Lacamas Lake has camas fields that bloom in April.
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Lacamas Lake has camas fields that bloom in April. By July there are just a few camas flowers in bloom.
Lacamas Lake has camas fields that bloom in April. By July there are just a few camas flowers in bloom.
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Tiger Lillies bloom in June or July in Lacamas Lake Park.
Tiger Lillies bloom in June or July in Lacamas Lake Park.
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One of the trail signs showing the way to Lower Falls from the main trail in Lacamas Lake Park.
One of the trail signs showing the way to Lower Falls from the main trail in Lacamas Lake Park.
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A dead tree provides a haven for insects and food for woodpeckers as evidenced by all the holes in this old trunk.
A dead tree provides a haven for insects and food for woodpeckers as evidenced by all the holes in this old trunk.
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Stinging Nettle (Latin Name: Urtica dioica var. lyallii) hurts so much when it brushes against your skin.
Stinging Nettle (Latin Name: Urtica dioica var. lyallii) hurts so much when it brushes against your skin.
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Lower Falls tumbles in a cascade of whitewater as Lacamas Creek flows to the Columbia River.
Lower Falls tumbles in a cascade of whitewater as Lacamas Creek flows to the Columbia River.
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Lacamas Creek flows under a footbridge then over the Lower Falls.
Lacamas Creek flows under a footbridge then over the Lower Falls.
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Poison Oak (Latin Name: Toxicodendron diversilobum) grows in several places along the trails in Lacamas Lake Park. Watch out for it wherever there are rocky areas in the sun.
Poison Oak (Latin Name: Toxicodendron diversilobum) grows in several places along the trails in Lacamas Lake Park. Watch out for it wherever there are rocky areas in the sun.
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There are several varities of Oregon Grape. Don't mistake the shiny leaves of this plant for Poison Oak.
There are several varities of Oregon Grape. Don't mistake the shiny leaves of this plant for Poison Oak.
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Pothole Falls on Lacamas Creek in Lacamas Lake Park is just below the spillway for Round Lake.
Pothole Falls on Lacamas Creek in Lacamas Lake Park is just below the spillway for Round Lake.
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The level of Round Lake and Lacamas Lake is controled by this spillway at the southwest side of Round Lake.
The level of Round Lake and Lacamas Lake is controled by this spillway at the southwest side of Round Lake.
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The trail on the west side of the lake has nice views of Round Lake.
The trail on the west side of the lake has nice views of Round Lake.
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