The East Fork of the Lewis River flows from Gifford Pinchot National Forest to the East through Clark County to the North Fork of the Lewis River. The two converge in Woodland, WA then flow into the mighty Columbia River. Unlike the North Fork, the East Fork is a fast, wild river, unobstructed by dams, earning a difficulty rating of 4 out of 6 for some runs. It provides native environments for steel head, salmon, and wildlife along its meandering course. We love it so much, we have owned property along the East Fork since 2004.
Several regional and state parks along the river offer hiking, swimming, white water and recreation opportunities to the public. Due to habitat restrictions and shoreline protections, building a private home along the East Fork has become a regulatory challenge. This makes existing homes extremely popular if they are right on the river. As spring approaches, the market for waterfront properties throughout Clark County will jump, yet the market for East Fork properties is constant throughout the year.
6 Active Listings – $560,000 to $1,550,000
Average SQFT – 3,973
Average $/SQFT – $292
5 Pending – $400,000 to $675,000
Average SQFT – 2,893
Average $/SQFT – $174
12 Sold in last 12 Mos – $435,000 to $1,246,700
Average SQFT – 2,875
Average $/SQFT – $229