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FALLEN LEAF LAKE

2911 NE Everett Street


Fallen Leaf Lake Shelter is located at 2911 NE Everett Street in Camas. This is a beautiful lake-front facility with a mix of shoreline, forest and wetlands. If you'd like to make a reservation at this facility, please call the Camas Parks and Recreation office at (360)834-5307 or submit a reservation request online on the Fallen Leaf Lake Park calendar

      

Amenities

  • Will accommodate up to 150 people
  • Large picnic shelter
  • Restrooms
  • Picnic tables
  • Large charcoal BBQ grill
  • Running water
  • Large countertop for food preparation
  • Electrical outlets
  • Volleyball Court
  • Large open grass area

Fees:

$350/day on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.

$200/day on Monday through Thursday.

$500 refundable cleaning/damage deposit is required.

$100 fee for serving beer and wine.

These fees help pay for maintenance and operation of the park.

Non-profit groups renting on weekends will be charged the mid-week rates. 

City of Camas residents will receive a 20% discount with proof of residency. 

Park hours:

10 am to dusk

Available dates:

Reservations can be made for events occurring between Memorial Day weekend and September 30th. Reservations can be made a year out for residents and 10 months out for non-residents. 

For more information and to make a reservation, please contact the Camas Parks and Recreation office at (360)834-5307.

Fallen Leaf Lake Shelter rules and regulations

Subject to change at any time 

  • Private events only.
  • Dogs are allowed on leashes.
  • No amplified music.  If you have portable music players, please make sure the noise is only audible within the boundaries of the area.
  • A volleyball court and large open grass area are available.  Inflatables are not allowed on the property. 
  • Please leave the area clean for the next party and deposit your garbage into the dumpster.  Failure to do so will result in the loss of your cleaning deposit.
  • It is unlawful to possess or consume alcoholic beverages on public ground without a permit.  Underage consumption of alcohol is illegal. 
  • Water access limited to swimming and non-motorized floatation devices.  No fishing allowed.

 

 

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