Three parks create an area for a shoreline walk. Parkers Landing Historical Park includes displays about the history of the site, including works of the Chinook people. Next to that is the Marine Park with memorials to Washougal soldiers lost in foreign wars. You can then walk east to the Washougal Waterfront Park which includes a wide concrete walking path. there are side trails from the walking path for a yet to be developed nature trail along the river. Plans are also in the works to build a .64 mile multi-use path from the east end of the park to connect with Steamboat Landing Park which will then provide a completed trail connection to Captain William Clark Park and to Steigerwald Lake Wildlife Refuge.
There are three parking lots that can be used for these parks. 1) At the west end, park in the Port of Camas-Washougal Parking lot at S A St and S 1st St; 2) Park at the Washougal Waterfront Park on S 2nd St; or 3) continue east on Frontage Rd and park in the lot at the east end of the Waterfront Park.