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Ape Cave Lava Tubes

Fascinated by America’s greatest geological beauties? Take a visit to the US’s third largest lava tube: Ape Cave Lava Tubes! Visitors can explore this beautiful cave just beneath the forest floor of Mount St Helens…

lat: 46.1096273 long: -122.2113888
Beacon Rock

Located outside of Skamania, Washington, overlooking the Columbia River sits the 848- foot-tall Beacon Rock. Beacon Rock is the eroded basalt plug of an ancient volcano that was seen by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark…

lat: 45.6285834 long: -122.0222041
Beacon Rock Golf Course and Restaurant

For more than forty years Beacon Rock Golf Course has provided fun, friendly and affordable golf. In 1971 local residents with a strong desire to provide golf recreation to the local population volunteered their time,…

lat: 45.6399098 long: -121.9855052
Beacon Rock State Park

If you’re interested in visiting a gorgeous camping park near the river gorge of the Columbia River, the Beacon Rock State Park is the spot for you! Visitors can see the rock which Lewis and…

lat: 45.6285834 long: -122.0222041
Bethany Vineyard and Winery

Want to enjoy delectable wine and look at an amazing view? Bethany Vineyard and Winery is the place to be! Located in Ridgefield, Washington, this gorgeous vineyard has over 25 acres to explore and three…

lat: 45.8076459 long: -122.6288093
Bi-Zi Farms

Bi-Zi farms is a unique “farm” store that features many naturally grown products for visitors to enjoy and eat! This is a special spot because each time you will stop by you’ll find a different…

lat: 45.7081031 long: -122.5761337
Big Muddy Adventures

Big Muddy Adventures offers guided canoe trips along the great rivers of the Midwest – the Illinois, the Mississippi, and the Missouri. BMA’s wide variety of trips are designed for all adventure levels, including trips…

lat: 38.6496913 long: -90.2574383
Boldman House Museum

Built in 1880, the original Boldman house was a small three bedroom structure owned by a respected Dayton business man. By 1909, the house was renovated and expanded to the Queen Anne style, and has…

lat: 46.3227135 long: -117.9831386

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Cairo Custom House Museum

Built in 1872, the Cairo Custom House Museum is full of historical significance. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Cairo Custom House was originally used as the location for collecting tariffs on…

lat: 37.00287 long: -89.1719689
Cape Disappointment State Park

Located in Ilwaco, Washington, Cape Disappointment State Park was named for Captain John Meares’ first failed attempt to find the Columbia River in 1788. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark would later conduct reconnaissance of this…

lat: 46.2995548 long: -124.0653812
Cape Disappointment State Park – Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

English fur trader John Meares was mistaken as he stood on the northern shore of the mouth of the Columbia River in July 1788.  He was in search of the great river, but what appeared…

lat: 46.277879 long: -124.0537128
Captain William Clark Bust

William Ordway Partridge, noted sculptor, artist and author, was commissioned in the late 1800’s to create the original 1 1/2 time life-sized bronze sculpture of William Clark. That sculpture was officially dedicated in 1904 during…

lat: 45.5643416 long: -122.3337855

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Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins

Located in Carson, WA, our ten vacation cabins in Washington State make the perfect home base for exploring all of the wonders the Columbia River Gorge has to offer. Our Pacific Northwest cabin rentals allow…

lat: 45.7296658 long: -121.8207696

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Cascade Cliffs Winery

Cascade Cliffs began planting vinifera vines in 1986. The 20 acre vineyard, situated on a bench one hundred feet above the Columbia River, is backed by 400 foot tall basalt cliffs. Light reflection off the…

lat: 45.659953 long: -121.057388
Catherine Creek Trailhead

This is one of the premier areas for early spring wildflower viewing in the eastern Columbia River Gorge. There is a seasonal waterfall here as well. The trailhead and parking is located on the north side…

lat: 45.7105172 long: -121.3620813

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Cathlapotle Plankhouse

Located in the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge near Ridgefield, Washington, the Cathlapotle Plankhouse is a full-scale replica of structures built by the Chinookan People who made the Columbia River their home for at least 2,300…

lat: 45.8327991 long: -122.7502741

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Chinook Point

It was at Chinook Point where the Corps of Discovery first saw the Pacific Ocean. After a year and a half of constant traveling westward, Lewis & Clark and the Corps of Discovery finally began…

lat: 46.2514921 long: -123.9218144
Clark & Lewie’s Travelers Rest Saloon & Grill

Clark and Lewie’s is a period restaurant on the Columbia River waterfront offering food and history. Some of the recipes are from the many cookbooks that have been published about the food and foliage that…

lat: 45.6923896 long: -121.8817557
Clark and Lewie’s Restaurant

Clark and Lewie’s is a period restaurant on the Columbia River waterfront offering food and history. Some of the recipes are from the many cookbooks that have been published about the food and foliage that…

lat: 45.692406640741 long: -121.88178777695

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Clark’s Tree & North Head Discovery Trail

At the northern terminus of the North Head Discovery Trail in Long Beach, Washington, there stands a 20-foot-tall bronze statue known as “Clark’s Tree.” Created by Stanley Wanlass in 2009, the sculpture commemorates the location…

lat: 46.3578985 long: -124.0620241

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