Cities and Towns of Southwest Washington
Lewis and Clark Highway. State Route 14.
Two Rivers Heritage Museum. 1 16th Street, Washougal, WA 98671. Phone: 360-835-8742.
Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Phone: 541-08-1700;
Waterfalls including Multonah Falls
William Clark Park
Once known as Cottonwood Beach is the spot where Lewis and Clark camped for six days during their 1806 expedition.
Steamboat Landing. Intersection of Highway 14 and 15th Street
Pedestrian access to several points of interest. Visitors can stroll a boardwalk floating on the Columbia River that leads to an elevated observation deck with vast views of the River, Mt. Hood and Oregon. A peaceful wooded trail provides an alternate short cut to the deck. Visitors can also access the dike trail (used for walkers, bicycles and horses), which leads to Captain William Clark Park at Cotton Wood Beach, and views of the Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge.
Battle Ground State Park. 18002 NE 249th Street, Battle Ground, WA 98604.
Beacon Rock State Park. Highway 14 to Beacon Rock.
Reed Island State Park. This park is part of the Columbia River Water
Trail and is accessible only boat.
Bird watching, boating, beach walking.
Franz Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Phone: 360-835-8767.
Franz Lake National Wildlife Refuge can be viewed from an observation platform located near milepost 31.5 along State Route 14 in Washington State. The observation platform is along the south side of State Route 14 immediately west of Skamania, Washington.
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