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Stan Hedwall Park

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Stan Hedwall Park is OPEN for the 2023 season starting in April.

This is Chehalis’ largest park with roughly 100 acres of wooded land and 100 acres of open meadows and fields. The Newaukum River flows through the wooded area of the park, providing good fishing and rock-hounding in a relaxing and leisurely atmosphere. An open outdoor pavilion area features a big-toy playground, volleyball court, and horseshoe pits (bring your own ball and horseshoes). Enjoy a leisurely walk on the three miles of trails, or come and stay a while . . . A 29 Space RV Park area is also available and includes electric and water hookups, picnic tables, and restrooms with showers.

A covered shelter area is used extensively by locals, as well as out-of-town groups, during spring, summer and fall. The shelter area provides tables & benches, four sinks, electrical lighting and outlets, and four wood-burning cook stoves for warming food.

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Lucie C.
Reviewed Aug. 12, 2022

Quiet and peaceful. Easy access from I-5

Quiet RV only park. No tent camping anymore. Priced at$50 per night with reenovated bathrooms, park is now comparable to many other local RV spots. The previous price had stayed the same for 30 years! Located on the Neuwakim River which is well known to rock hounds and to the locals for swimming and wading on hot days. Paved roads for walking/jogging/bicycles. Conveniently located to tournament ball fields. Very helpful caretakers.

The School for  Y.
Reviewed Oct. 10, 2019

Good only for a quick overnight stop when driving on I-5

(This review written by a 10 and 12 year old). When we stopped by for a quick visit in October (end of the season), we first saw the picnic area. It had a lot of benches that were wood with scratches and pieces missing. The picnic area had bathrooms. In the center were sinks and metal BBQs. The BBQ hinges were broken and swung out awkwardly. Nearby the sinks did not have running water, and looked pretty gunky.

Across the field from the picnic area, was a closed gate that had blackberry brambles covering it. Beyond the gate was a bridge that looked like it hadn't been walked on for a bit. There were plants growing on it and the gate was locked.

Further down the road from the picnic area was the campground. Each spot had an electric hookup, water spigot, and an ok picnic table. Near the campground host and just beyond the bathrooms was a dump station ($3). 

The women's bathroom had chipping paint and floor, older stalls with unflushed things, the showers had musty curtains that weren't clean. When you turned on the sink just slightly, nothing came out. When you turned it all the way on, it splurts out spraying everything in a two foot parameter around you.

The men's bathroom had the same chipping walls and floor. There were two open urnials with pink urinal cakes, two stalls, and some similar showers to the women's restroom. Except no tampon machine. 

Up the road from the RV park was a river, but there were signs saying the banks were hazardous. Now your hopes of swimming in the river is annihilated.

There are many spaces, but they are very close together. If it were full, you would feel quite packed in.

If you are driving on I-5 and need a safe, quiet place to spend the night, this would do just fine in a pinch.

There are nice sports fields and a small playground if you need to stretch your legs.

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Stan Hedwall Park is located in Washington

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From I-5 (exit 76, 13th St): Go 1/4 mi W on Rice Rd.


1501 Rice Road
Chehalis, WA 98532


46.64023163 N
122.96315336 W

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