Camp Wooten Environmental Learning Center

Camp Wooten Environmental Learning Center in Columbia County, Washington is a group camp in the Washington State Park System.[1] It consists of a 1930s-era dining hall and a large number of cabins and other facilities on the Tucannon River and Donnie Lake in the Blue Mountains. Available activities include indoor swimming, canoeing on the lake, hiking, archery, and other athletic facilities.[2]


Coordinates: 46°14′18″N 117°41′51″W / 46.238202°N 117.697413°W / 46.238202; -117.697413

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