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The Columbia Gorge Bluegrass Festival brought me to your nice little town of Stevenson but the beauty of the area and the great restaurants will bring me back.
All kinds of great recreation areas, parks, hikes, etc. Needed more time to spend here!
Angela and John Tovas
Lewis and Clark Highway (Highway 14) on the Washington side of river is a great way to see Columbia River Gorge - a wonderful alternative to the Interstate 84 freeway.
A drive up the Columbia River Gorge is a perfect place whether it is rainy or sunny. There are so many places to stop and enjoy the scenery! If you like to hike there are tons of places to do that and picnic too. Make sure to bring a camera.
Linda and Bill Hoffman
Mt. St. Helens is something everyone should see. Its just so beautiful and breath taking when you get close to it. The drive up is amazing. Incredible history!! You have to tour the Ape Caves. Being able to actually walk through lava tubes is something that you can't describe.
Jeff and Allison Kiehl
Gorge Blues and Brews is a great little fest! Lots of breweries represented. Great blues with a background of surrounding mountains with the Columbia River right beside it. Not crowded but enough people to have a great time! All Stevenson festivals are quaint and fun!
ready for exploration
with beautiful views
grab your hiking gear
in the State of Washington