Skamania Sip + Stroll

We are excited to announce a new festival that showcases local shops and restaurants along with the amazing array of craft beverages in our region! Sip and stroll through downtown Stevenson stopping at various businesses to enjoy beer, wine, cider and whiskey tastings. Join in the fun on Saturday, May 7 from noon to 5pm!

Start at the Chamber office (167 NW 2nd Street, Stevenson, WA) where you can pick up your souvenir tasting glass, 6 tasting tickets and a map of all the tasting locations and other activities, sales and live music… all for just $25. Then just SIP & STROLL! 

Event passes are limited to 600 attendees and will be available on a first-come first serve basis. 

Here are participating breweries/wineries:

  • Walking Man Brewing
  • Backwoods Brewing
  • 54-40 Brewery
  • Thunder Island Brewing
  • Grains of Wrath Brewery
  • Skunk Brothers Spirits
  • COR Cellars
  • Martha’s Vineyard
  • Melchemy Craft Mead
  • Walla Walla Vintners
  • Cathedral Ridge Winery
  • Wy’East Vineyards

More Events in May 

May 6 – 7  – Vintage Shabby Chic Sale  (Friday, 3 – 7 PM | Saturday 11 – 5 PM)

This is an event unlike your average craft bazaar. It features a blend of new and old: Vintage, rustic, recycled, handmade and new. Junk lovers, antique lovers, as well as bazaar and home shoppers will find something at this show. Skamania County Community Events & Recreation, 509-427-3980

May 19 – 21, 2022 – Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale 

Annual Book Sale and More! May 19 is open to members only, May 20-21 are open to the public. 509-427-5471

May 21, 2022  – Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum 27th Anniversary Celebration (11:00 AM – 4:00 PM) PST

Annual free admission day, live music from the Whiskey Flatts Brass Band, antique equipment demonstrations, demonstrations of hand crafts, basket weaving, make your own fresh apple cider, food booth, refreshments, and so much more!

Dog Mountain Trail System Permits Are Available!

Dog Mountain is arguably one of the most popular (if not the most) hikes in the Columbia River Gorge. This beautiful hike is especially busy in the spring due to its springtime wildflower blooms and stunning views! Hikers enjoy panoramic views of the Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood to the south. 

Because of its popularity, the busy months (April 23 – June 12) require a permit which went on sale March 1st. Get your permit here! Note: A permit is also required on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2022. There is a free shuttle to and from Dog Mountain from the Skamania County fairgrounds each weekend! Hop on the free shuttle and head to Dog Mountain!

Upcoming Events in June

June 11, 2022 – National Get Outdoors Day at the Bonneville Dam (10 AM – 2 PM)

Join park rangers at Bonneville Dam’s Ft. Cascades National Historic site for family-friendly activities aimed at getting youth outdoors. www.nwp.usace.army.mil

June 24 – 25, 2022 – Gorge Blues & Brews Festival

Microbrews and wines from the Columbia Gorge, food and live blues music on two stages. Skamania County Fairgrounds in Stevenson. www.gorgeblues.com

June 26, 2022 – Annual Cowboy Breakfast at Camp Howe (8 AM – 1 PM)

Annual Cowboy Breakfast at Camp Howe in Hemlock.

Be sure to check back often for more events and book your adventure to Gorge HQ here!

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