Fishhook Park is located on the shores on Lake Sacajawea in Eastern Washington. The lake is formed by Ice Harbor Lock and Dam on the Lower Snake River.
The park was named for Fishhook Rapids, which were once nearby, where Lewis and Clark spent time in October 1805. Today Fishhook is a fishing destination, as the name implies, attracting boaters and anglers alike to its black rock canyons. Visitors also enjoy camping, upland hunting, hiking, swimming and water sports.
The lake provides great boating and swimming opportunities, and a boat ramp is provided for guests.
Fishing is also a popular pastime, and anglers will find excellent salmon and steelhead fishing on the lake.
Fishhook Park offers 41 family sites and one day-use group picnic shelter, all with electric hookups. Eleven primitive, walk-up tent sites are available as well with two of them being group sites with sun shelters.
The campground is situated on the waterfront. Visitors enjoy relaxing in the shade under the mature trees scattered throughout the park.