Cascade Locks / Portland East KOA

841 Northeast Forest Lane

Cascade Locks, OR 97014

Reserve: 800-562-8698

Info: 541-374-8668

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Timberline Lodge Skiing Area Photo

Timberline Lodge Skiing Area

Come enjoy some of the most pristine ski conditions in the world. 
Timberline Lodge was built in the late 1930's, this National Historic Landmark sits at an elevation of 5,960 feet.

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Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Photo

Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center

Surrounded by dramatic basalt cliffs, the Center is situated next to Rock Creek Cove on a 10-acre river view site. Learn of the enormous resources provided by the river: salmon, timber, hydroelectric power, and a chain of ports, sustaining shipping and trade. See how in the 20th century, economic growth and diversified development chart the present and shape the future of this unique environment.

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Bonneville Dam and Fish Hatchery Photo

Bonneville Dam and Fish Hatchery

Please call ahead for tours of the fish hatchery at 1-541-374-8820.

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Vista House - National Historic Landmark Photo

Vista House - National Historic Landmark

The view from Crown Point is one of Oregons most beautiful and inspiring sights. It was officially dedicated on May 5, 1918, as a monument to the early pioneers of Oregon.

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Mount Hood Scenic Railroad Photo

Mount Hood Scenic Railroad

The railroad offers charters and daily trips. Built in 1906, the train is a link between two of The Oregon Trails most spectacular natural wonders -- the awe inspiring Columbia River Gorge and the foothills of dramatic, snowcapped Mount Hood, the states highest peak. 1-800-872-4661

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Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler Photo

Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler

River cruises, charters and dinner cruises. Experience the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area from the decks of the historic stern-wheeler Columbia Gorge. 1-800-643-1354

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Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets Photo

Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets

Located east of Portland off I-84 at Exit 17, find an impressive collection of 45 name-brand outlet stores . 1-503 -669-8060

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Golf Photo

Golf

Enjoy a game of golf at either Skamania Lodge Golf Course in Stevenson, Washington or at Indian Creek Golf Course in Hood River, Oregon.

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Biking Photo

Biking

Post Canyon in Hood River

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Fishing Photo

Fishing

Fishing in the Columbia River Gorge is World Class. From Steelhead and Salmon on the Sandy, Salmon, Hood, Deschutes and John Day Rivers in Oregon and Klickitat, White Salmon, Little White Salmon, Wind and Washougal rivers in Washington, to trout fishing on The Deschutes River. The Columbia River has more Sturgeon than any other river in the world. Contact local outfitters for details, or visit Oregon and Washington websites at www.dfw.state.or.us or www.wdfw.wa.gov.

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Maryhill Museum of Art Photo

Maryhill Museum of Art

Maryhill Museum served the Pacific Northwest as the major cultural resource in the Columbia River Gorge region. Each year, thousands of visitors from all over the world come to enjoy the collections, the setting, and a variety of special exhibitions, workshops and events.

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White Water Rafting Photo

White Water Rafting

Numerous White water adventure companies on the Deschutes, McKenzie, Umpqua, White Salmon, Klickitat River.

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Mount Saint Helens Volcano Viewpoint Photo

Mount Saint Helens Volcano Viewpoint

Mount St. Helens is an active stratovolcano located in Skamania County, Washington, in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It is 50 miles northeast of Portland, Oregon. The volcano is located in the Cascade Range and is part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc, a segment of the Pacific Ring of Fire that includes over 160 active volcanoes.Mount St. Helens erupted on May 18, 1980, at 8:32 am PDT, the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States. A massive debris avalanche triggered by an earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale, caused an eruption, reducing the elevation of the mountain's summit from 9,677 ft to 8,365 ft and replacing it with a 1 mile wide horseshoe-shaped crater.

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Columbia River Highway - Water Fall Area Photo

Columbia River Highway - Water Fall Area

Columbia River Highway between Crown Point and Dodson, is a scenic highway built from 1913 to 1922 through the Columbia River Gorge. As you wind through this historic area, you'll be able to view five different waterfalls cascading over the walls of the gorge. Along the way, there are also picnic areas and hiking trails for your enjoyment. 

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Bridge of the Gods National Historic Site Photo

Bridge of the Gods National Historic Site

The Bridge of the Gods is the third oldest bridge on the Columbia River. It plays a major role in the Pacific Crest Trail by linking Oregon and Washington states.

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Hood River Vineyards Photo

Hood River Vineyards

Hood River Vineyards offers wine tasting and tours.

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Sailing/Windsurfing/kiteboarding Area - Hood River Photo

Sailing/Windsurfing/kiteboarding Area - Hood River

"The Gorge" - a virtual household word to wind surfers around the world. Majestic mountains, lush green forests and sheer rock walls rising above the river provide an incomparable combination of natural beauty for sailors, wind surfers, and kite boarders alike. The unbeatable combination of river currents and nearly constant winds has quickly made the Columbia Gorge the most popular wind sport site in North America.

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Brigham Fish Market Photo

Brigham Fish Market

681 WaNaPa
Cascade Locks, OR 97014
541-374-9340

New Fish Market In Cascade Locks.

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