Washougal Things to Do

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Most Viewed Things to Do in Washougal

  • 1. Parkersville

    With a long running history going back to the days of Native American communities along the Columbia River, what came to be called Parkersville had several other names before it became known by that...

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  • 2. Cape Horn

    There is a very small pull-out on Highway 14 at Cape Horn. It provides a great view of the Columbia River Gorge, but it is only accessible going eastbound, and it is so narrow and close to traffic...

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  • 3. Pendleton Woollen Mills

    Having a base in the Pacific Northwest since 1863, Pendleton Woolen Mills is now a fairly good sized corporation, though it is still family owned by the same family that purchased the company around...

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  • 4. Captain William Clark Park

    Running along the Columbia River in Washougal's industrial area, this park has several reservable picnic areas, and in the summer beaches are exposed due to the low river level. This makes it a...

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  • 5. Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge

    Update: March 29, 2013: The refuge main entrance after the fire last August destroyed the boardwalk closest to the entrance. New additions to the refuge include a dry erase board mounted to the...

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  • 6. Columbia River Dike Trail

    Running along the banks of the Columbia River is a berm of earth that is supposed to help prevent flooding of the land when the river runs a bit full. Flooding along the Columbia used to be a very...

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  • 7. Steamboat Landing Park

    While located well outside the Vancouver city limits, this little park is listed on the city of Vancouver's web site as part of their parks system. A large portion of the park is a dedicated parking...

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  • 8. Two Rivers Heritage Museum

    This little museum has been around for about 20 years and a new addition added in 2001.It is a source of information about the local area and has many artifacts. Each August the museum sponsers Two...

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  • 9. Swim, Fish,Raft,Enjoy

    Washougal River is a great place to swim,fish or raft in the lazy days of summer.At the lower end you can wade or swim at any of the swiming holes along the...

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