Did you know?

"Beacon Rock" was originally named by Lewis and Clark on their expedition to the Pacific Ocean, in November of 1805? It was near Beacon Rock that they first measured tidal influences from the ocean on the Columbia River.
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Sights to See

Sights to See

The points of interest in Skamania County alone are endless, not to mention the entire Columbia River Gorge. Here is the short list. Check them out and add your own favorites!

  • Beacon Rock
  • Beacon Rock Day Use Area and Boat Launch
  • Bigfoot!
  • Big Lava Bed
  • Bob’s Beach
  • Bonneville Hot Springs Spa and Resort
  • Bonneville Lock and Dam
  • Bridge of the Gods
  • Broughton Log Flume
  • Cape Horn Viewpoint
  • Cascade Locks Marine Park
  • Carson Mineral Hot Springs Resort
  • Carson National Fish Hatchery
  • Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum
  • Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler
  • Dog Mountain
  • Dougan Falls
  • Drano Lake
  • Fort Cascades Historic Trail
  • Franz Lake
  • Gifford Pinchot National Forest
  • Government Mineral Springs
  • Hamilton Mountain
  • Heritage Trail System in North Bonneville
  • Home Valley Park
  • Indian Heaven Wilderness
  • Little White Salmon National Fish Hatchery
  • Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument
  • North Bonneville Disc Golf Course
  • Pacific Crest Trail
  • Skamania County Fair
  • Skamania Lodge
  • Spring Creek National Fish Hatchery
  • Stevenson Landing – Sternwheeler Dock
  • Swift Reservoir
  • Trapper Creek Wilderness
  • Whistlepunk Trail
  • Wind Mountain
  • Wind River Experimental Forest
  • Wind River Canopy Crane Project
  • Windy Ridge
  • Yacolt Burn Site


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