This serene 454-acre preserve on the north side of Mayfield Lake is about 4 miles from Mossyrock. Many of the forested campsites provide a nice sense of seclusion, and some lake-view spots are situated for prime sunset views. Five cabins have electricity and bunk beds, but no bathrooms. There's year-round camping, two boat ramps, hiking trails, and fishing (including the challenging tiger muskie, stocked from a nearby hatchery). The park is named after a Cowlitz tribe
that lived in this area; their burial grounds are nearby.