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  1. Collier Memorial State Park

    Collier Memorial State Park & Logging Museum features an outdoor museum of historic logging equipment and a Pioneer Village with nine historic log structures. The park is situated in a beautiful setting among large old-growth ponderosa pines at the confluence of crystal-clear Spring Creek and…

    Location: 46000 Hwy 97 N., Chiloquin, OR 97624
  2. Columbia Center for the Arts

    There is no place like Columbia Center for the Arts in the Gorge area. This venue showcases visual and performance arts as well as adult and youth art classes. More than 100 regional artists are represented, and the Columbia Art Gallery exhibits change monthly, featuring…

    Location: 215 Cascade Street, Hood River, OR 98672
  3. Columbia Gorge Discovery Center

    The Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum is the official interpretive center of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.  It rests on a stunning 54-acre point of land overlooking the Columbia River and the Klickitat Hills, and occupies a 50,000-square-foot building recognized with an…

    Location: 5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles, OR 97058
  4. Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum

    Located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum brings to life the human stories and natural history of one our nation’s most compelling landscapes. After seeing the Gorge with your own eyes, the Museum tells…

    Location: 990 SW Rock Creek Drive, Stevenson, WA 98648
  5. Columbia River Gorge Tours

    The Columbia River Gorge lies between two national forests, a volcanic mountain range, a dense forest and high desert, making it a perfect springboard for tours of this recreational “playground.” The National Scenic Area is uniquely protected to ensure the preservation of its natural beauty and its…

    Location: PO Box 101, Cascade Locks, OR 97014
  6. Comet Falls

    Hailed as one of the most popular and dazzling hikes in the Mount Rainier National Park, Comet Falls is a natural wonder the whole family can enjoy. After only a couple of switchbacks, visitors will find scenic lookouts, flowering natural landmarks in the spring, and…

    Location: Ashford, WA 98304
  7. Copper Creek Inn

    Copper Creek Lodge is a historic 1919 log building on 6 acres with 750 feet of Copper Creek frontage. Guests enjoy the beauty of the evergreen forest, grassy open areas, trails on the back side of the property and the quiet and peacefulness of being…

    Location: 35707 SR 706 E , Ashford, WA 98304
  8. Cougar Dam

    Cougar Dam, on the south fork of the scenic McKenzie River, is just off the McKenzie/Santiam Pass Scenic Byway.  The dam demonstrates some cutting-edge efforts in support of the Willamette Hatcheries Biological Opinion Project and migrating salmon.  A temperature control tower takes water of various…

    Location: Cougar Dam
  9. Country Quilts and Crafts

    No visit to Jacksonville is complete without a visit to Country Quilts and Crafts. The owner always makes everyone feel welcome and really knows her products.  She also machine quilts in the store and is usually surrounded by friends and their pets, which makes it…

    Location: 110 California St, Jacksonville, OR 97530
  10. Covered Bridges of South Douglas County

    An estimated 450 covered bridges were built in Oregon between 1905 and 1925. By 1977 that number had dwindled to 56. Today there are only 50 covered bridges in Oregon that were designed or built for vehicular traffic. While most of Oregon’s remaining covered bridges…

    Location: 207 N.W. Pleasant St., Myrtle Creek, OR 97457
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