Did you know the Camas is named after the Camas lily  (Camassia quamash). The Camas lily bulbs were an important  food source for many Native American tribes.  These bulbs, which could be used as a vegetable or in bread, often saved tribes from starvation.

If you haven’t had a chance to walk through Round Lake and see the beautiful flowers in bloom, make plans to do so soon! They start blooming in April.  Click here for directions.

With the beautiful Spring weather here, it’s a great time for an adventure!