Activities
  1. Columbia River Gorge
    Columbia River Gorge
  2. Multnomah Falls
    Multnomah Falls
  3. Lewis and Clark Park
    Lewis and Clark Park
  4. Local Wineries
    Local Wineries
  5. Bonneville Hatchery
    Bonneville Hatchery
COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE 

​The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area protects the spectacular canyon where the Columbia River cuts through the Cascade mountains - with cliffs and overlooks of Washington to the north and Oregon's mountains and waterfalls to the south. The Gorge is unique in its natural and cultural history, as well as its designation as a National Scenic Area.
 
MULTNOMAH FALLS

​The Columbia River Gorge draws visitors from all over the world with its commanding vistas, abundant wildlife, and majestic forests. The towering cliffs that form the Gorge create the backdrop for the Magnificent Multnomah Falls. This natural wonder attracts approximately 2.5 million visitors per year, ranking Multnomah Falls as Oregon’s #1 visited natural attraction.
 LEWIS AND CLARK NATIONAL PARK & HIKING TRAILS

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park offers 14.5 miles of trails that follow similar routes to those taken by the Corps of Discovery. These trails feature stunning panoramic views and access to a wide variety of natural eco-systems.
LOCAL WINERIES

​Visit local wineries that produces quality wines and ciders using grapes sourced from Red Mountain, Yakima Valley  and Columbia Valley AVAs in Eastern Washington and apples produced in Washington State.

Moulton Falls Winery, Wy'East Vineyards, Cathedral Ridge Winery
and more...
 
BONNEVILLE FISH HATCHERY

While the nearly 1 million human visitors a year is an impressive statistic, what biologists and Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife officials are more impressed with is when more than 80,000 salmon return in the late summer and early fall.
At the hatchery the fish are the stars of the show and depending on what time of year you visit, the experience can vary greatly. 

Be Sure to say Hi to Herman the Sturgeon!