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Lakeview Place Retreat Center offers Cedar Lodge, a spacious chapel and five cabins. Lakeview is the perfect setting for your group gathering, church event, family reunion, or wedding and reception.
Include us in your plans for a church retreat, company picnic or small business conference.
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With the weather getting hotter our park is becoming busier. We have limited our parking to just down by the park and beach area. Once that is full, we will close our gates to Day Use. It's a good idea to call just before heading out to be sure we aren't at our limited capacity of 120 people.
Right now group gatherings are NOT allowed. Once we have reached our capacity limit, people will be turned away. We will NOT allow pre-purchasing of Day-Use for your friends and family to arrive later.
Camp Lakeview cares about our guests, staff and our residents health and safety during the COVID-19 Social Distancing Phases.
A short walk through the trees, the fish are biting on our own private Byron Lake.
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https://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/locations/lowland-lakes/tanwax-lake For Current Info About Tanwax Lake, North Shore Fishing
We are located on the north shore of beautiful Tanwax Lake in Graham, Washington. We welcome you to visit our campground with a lakefront setting and 300 acres of undisturbed nature.
Lakeside Place Family Campground offers cottages, RV and tent sites, a cozy meeting hall, a spacious lodge and picnic areas, all available at great rates.
Enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities from swimming, boating and fishing, to wooded trails, volleyball, basketball and more! We are open year-round.
** Camp Lakeview is a privately owned park. We are not a County, State, or National park.
Camp Lakeview is open for Day-Use, Picnicking, Trail Hiking, Boating, Swimming, Self-contained RV Camping only and Fishing. Park entrance fee is $5 per person, 8 years and older. Please stop in at the office before entering the park. As soon as you drive through the gate you have entered the Park. We will NOT be opening up the Cottages, Lodges or Tent until PHASE 4. The park will be open from dawn to dusk each day. The bathrooms and shower houses will not be open until PHASE 4. There are several porta potties (1 handicap sized) around the park for day-use guests. Guests to the park will be responsible for their own hand sanitizing, and practicing social distancing. Guests will also be responsible for their own gloves and masks, as well. We do not carry these items in our general store. We look forward to seeing you all!!
We are limiting our day use guests through out the day to 120 people. This number is exclusive only to Day Use guests. This number is separate from the limited number of RV campers allowed in the park each day, and the number of people that are current residents.
* If you are uncomfortable with outdoor crowds or have felt ill, please stay home.
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