Stevenson, Washington

Stevenson offers a wide array of attractions and points of interest including the scenic Columbia River Gorge, the Bridge of Gods and Bonneville Lock and Dam. Beacon Rock State Park is an unique geological structure you won't want to miss. Unwind and relax at Teo Park and picnic while enjoying views of the Columbia River and mountains of the Gorge. Find what to see in Stevenson.

Art and Art Galleries

Don Perry Metal Art. 194 SW Second Street, Stevenson, WA 98648. Phone: 509-427-4102. E-mail


Bonneville Lock & Dam. Phone: 541-374-8820. Located in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. near Cascade Locks, OR and North Bonneville, WA approximately 40 miles east of Portland, OR.

One of the largest public viewing facilities, Bonneville Lock and Dam spans the Columbia River linking Oregon and Washington.

Farmers Market

Stevenson Farmers' Market. 199 2nd Street, Stevenson, WA 98648.

Stevenson Farmers' Market is found on Highway 14 every Saturday from 10-1 starting mid- June through early October.

Gardens and Parks

Teo Park
Located in downtown Stevenson on the waterfront, Teo Park offers picnic tables, grassy lawn on the Columbia River bank with scenic views of the Columbia River and mountains of the Gorge, Andrew Carson's kinetic wind sculpture, and access to Stevenson's free wi-fi. Teo Park is also home of the Gorge Brews and Blues festival.

Historic Sites

Lewis and Clark Trail
This portion of the trail is a water route. Visit the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center for more information about the Lewis and Clark Trail.

Museums and Exhibits

Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center. 990 SW Rock Creek Drive, PO Box 396, Stevenson, WA 98648. Phone: 509-427-8211; Toll-free: 1-800-991-2338. E-mail

National Forests

Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Cowlitz Valley Ranger District - 10024 US Highway 12, Stevenson, WA 98377. Phone: 360-497-1100; Fax: 360-497-1101.

Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument
This infamous and active volcano lies in the heart of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains in Washington state.

National Scenic Area

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Office. 902 Wasco Street, Suite 200, Hood River, OR, 97031. Phone: 541-308-1700; TTY: 541-386-8758.

The Columbia River Gorge is an 80-mile geologic wonder that forms the border between northern Oregon and southern Washington. Glacial floods thousands of years ago carved this 1,200-mile-long river, which is the only sea-level passage to cross the Cascade Mountains. With cliffs rising as high as 4,000 feet, the Gorge acts as a funnel for North America's fourth largest river, whose tributaries include the mighty Snake River.

Scenic Byway

The Bridge of the Gods
Located between Stevenson and Cascade Locks, the Bridge of the Gods connects Oregon and Washington in the midst of the Columbia River Gorge. The bridge is part of the Pacific Crest Trail Constructed in 1926, and is the third oldest bridge on the Columbia River.

State Parks

Beacon Rock State Park. 34841 State Route 14, Skamania, WA 98648. Phone: 509-427-8265; Toll-free: 1-888-226-7688.

Located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Beacon Rock is the core of an ancient volcano. The ice-age floods through the Columbia River Gorge eroded the softer material away, leaving this unique geological structure standing by itself on the banks of the Columbia River.

Weddings and Event Venues

Gorge-ous Weddings at the Wind Mountain Ranch. 192 Erickson Road, Stevenson, WA 98648. Phone: 503-360-4707. E-mail

Maple Leaf Events. 401 Maple Way, Stevenson, WA 98648. E-mail

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