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Explore up and down stream for many other great spots. From I-90, take the Cle Elum/Roslyn exit 84 and head north on RT 903, (past Roslyn) and go about 10 miles (RT 903 becomes Salmon La Sac Rd.). A short distance east of Gold Bar on RT 2, the road crosses a bridge over the Skykomish River (if you get to Index you have gone too far). Park walk a trail down into the gorge below the falls to huge swimming holes. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO GO HERE WITHOUT PERMISSION (we do not give directions here to help avoid - ask for directions when you get your permission). Popular unoffical swimming areas in Snoqualmie River and nearby. To get here, continue north on RT 503 past Lewisville County Park (above) and turn east (right) onto NE Rock Creek Rd (if you get to Fargher Lake you have gone too far), then continue onto NE 152nd south then onto NE Lucia Falls Rd. Follow Lucia Falls Rd past Lucia Falls (don't know about swimming there) to Moulton Falls County Park and see signs for park. LAT, LON lat=45.83148, lon=-122.38910(source: De Lorme) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP. Hike down the well used trails and find a spot to enjoy. About 2 miles past (east of) Index, where the road follows the river, there is a large turnout and (maybe) a sign that says Eagle Falls. This spectacular hot springs, high on a hillside with a steep hike up, is reopened under a steward/permission system. There are several persons who act as on-site stewards, authorized by the private property owner. LAT, LON : lat=47.708944, lon=-121.138066(source: De Lorme) (accuracy:approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP. Trail along beautiful creek with waterfalls and swimming holes. Follow this road as it turns several times for about 9 miles total, then turn left on National Forest Rd. 1270 bridge used to cross the Cowlitz River near Mt. This spot is very secluded and only known to locals..skinny dipping is very possible and happens. The river is wide, deep and slow here - after spring run-off is over, of course. " This from a fan: "From I-5 (south of Olympia) take Exit 68 and go east on RT 12 for many miles to Packwood, in Mt. The road is gated at the river because the bridge is out so park and hike down 1/2 mile to the river's edge and the large swimming hole." DIRECTIONS: From Tacoma, take I-5 north to Exit 143 then take S 320th St. A great variety of plants, animals and birds make their homes in or near the lush oasis created by this year-round stream." LINK TO INFO From Wenatchee take RT 28 south about 16 miles then turn northeast (left) onto Palisades Rd and go about 14.7 miles then take a left onto Moses Coulee Rd.. Places to (primitive) camp along the trail beginning about 1/2 mile in. Amazing experience." To get here, continue north from Lewisille County Park (above) on RT 503, go past Amboy to the small town of Chelatchie then and turn east (right) on NE Healy road. This from a fan:"Great swimming hole where the NF Rd. At about 5 miles east of Packwood, take a turn off to the north (left) onto NF RT 1270. Dash Point Road, Federal Way From the BLM web site: "Visitors are drawn to scenic Douglas Creek canyon for its hunting, fishing, hiking, and dispersed camping experiences, as well as swimming in the deep pools and waterfalls at its south end.
From here, walk upstream on a trail that goes along the railroad tracks and look for a rapids - this is Little Palouse Falls. Great swimming opportunity in the South Fork of the Walla Walla. LAT, LON: lat=45.67329, lon=-122.15615 (source: map) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP. east about 1.75 miles Turn left onto Silver Beach Rd and enter Whatcom Falls Park. I am so excited to visit the hot springs twoard the end of summer, my friends in town say yes people do still go there to soak in the springs so I hope this helps and please !
" Park with picnic tables and restrooms and swimming in the Washougal River. At about the 3 mile marker on the Washougal River Rd north is a Fish and Wildlife area, well wooded with great swimming.
Very crowded on warm weekend days - can be hard to park then.
In 0.3 miles turn west (right) into the gravel parking area next to the lake. LAT, LON: lat=45.58642, lon=-122.35360 (source: map) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP.
Park and hike the 1/2 mile trail along the lake to the swimming cove against the cliffs.