Camas was recently awarded #1 best place to live in Clark County in addition to winning #1 best school districts according to Niche.com. Fifteen miles from Vancouver and 20 miles from Portland, the Boulder Ridge townhomes location provides convenient distance to shopping, a variety of restaurants, numerous parks, and entertainment galore. Camas is a great place to work due to the diversity of industries that has been enhanced considerably in recent years. The Camas School District is a highly rated, public school district with a
student-teacher ratio of twenty to one.
Craving the outdoors? Choose from a variety of parks, trails, and other outdoor recreation in Camas. There are numerous bodies of water within the city limits, including Lacamas Lake, Lacamas Creek, Round Lake, Fallen Leaf Lake, Tug Lake, the Washougal River, and the Columbia River.
Lacamas Regional Park
This 312-acre park has fishing, hiking, and recreational opportunities, with bass, bluegill, and perch in the waters of Round Lake.
There also are 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.
The park has numerous opportunities for photographers, especially when the Camas Lilies are in bloom in mid-April. An additional area of interest is the series of rock formations located in the potholes, near the falls.
The park contains a network of scenic hiking trails that connects to the Lacamas Heritage Trail along the south shore of Lacamas Lake.
Learn about the recent evaluation of the trail system in Lacamas Regional Park and efforts to marshal volunteers to help improve and maintain the park’s trails.
City of Camas Parks & Trails
- Baz River Front Park
- Benton Park, Camas Skate Park
- Cooper’s View Park
- Crown Park
- Dorothy Fox Park
- Fallen Leaf Lake Park
- Forest Home Park
- Goot Park, Grass Valley Park
- Heritage Park
- Klickitat Park
- Lacamas Creek Trail
- Lacamas Park
- Louis Bloch Park
- Mill Ditch Trail
- Oak Park
- Prune Hill Sports Park
- Washougal River Greenway Trail
For a map and to learn more visit:
Camas Meadows Golf Club
Camas Meadows Golf Club features an 18-hole Championship Public Golf Course. Our course was created around unique meadows and wetlands, or as we like to say, “Built as nature intended” – Camas Meadows
Entertainment & Shopping
Looking for some options to pass the time over the weekend? The Boulder Ridge neighborhood has it all! From going out to catch a movie to playing a round of bowling with the family, this neighborhood offers unlimited options just outside of your doorstep.
Parks & Nearby Nature
The Boulder Ridge neighborhood provides access to a wide variety of walking/biking trails and proximity to many local parks. Additionally, the neighborhood is only a short drive to many nearby nature areas. All in all, this neighborhood is the perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts.
Historic Downtown Camas
It’s definitely worth the trip to historic Downtown Camas to enjoy the exceptional selection of shops and boutiques. Local and one-of-a-kind is the only way to go! A destination antique mall, fine clothing and accessories, shoe boutique, local and northwest fine art, gifts, home decor, fine jewelry, craft beer, wine and spirits, coffee, specialty cooking ingredients, children’s clothing, hardware, bikes, and home and garden. Come and explore. You will be delighted you did.
Click here for a list of shopping and dining options in Downtown Camas.
Located near the 192nd Corridor
The 192nd corridor has emerged as a hot spot for premier dining and quality craft beverages. Check out these new additions changing the landscape of the area and luring visitors to the 192nd corridor to sip, dine, and stay.
Read more at Visit Vancouver USA.
Boulder Ridge townhomes are in the Camas School District. U.S. News and World Report magazine recognized Camas High School as one of the best high schools in the nation, this year ranking 25th in the state of Washington.
Boulder Ridge in Camas, WA
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