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.
From Pasco, Washington, take Highway 12 east. After crossing the Snake River Bridge, take the first exit and head east on State Route 124. Continue for 19 miles, then turn left, heading north on Fishhook Park Road. Follow for 4 miles to the park entrance; the campground is on the left.