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Junction of highway # 97 The Lewis and Clark Trail
East to the city of Kennewick, WA. East to Stonehenge Memorial Park, WA. North to city of Yakima, WA; Ellensburg, WA. South to Washington, Maryhill State Park. Maryhill State Park is a 99-acre camping park with 4,700 feet of Columbia River waterfront. The area is significant for its natural beauty, its access to the surrounding natural wonders and its cultural history. A full-scale model of Stonehenge stands near the park. The park has 20 tent sites and 50 utility sitesd. Maximum site length is 60 feet (may have limited availability). There are four restrooms, one ADA, and 10 showers, two ADA. There is one RV dump station. All sites are first-come, first-served.
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Junction of highway # 97 The Lewis and Clark Trail, WA.
West to city of Vancouver
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Stonehenge Memorial Park
East to Stonehenge Memorial Park 2.2 miles
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Stonehenge Memorial Park
Stonehenge
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Stonehenge Memorial Park
View from inside Stonehenge
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Stonehenge Memorial Park
View of Columbia River looking through portal window of Stonehenge
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Stonehenge Memorial Park
View from Stonehenge. Milebymile staff photographer enjoying the view of the Columbia River bridge crossing, into the State of Oregon
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Junction of highway # 97 The Lewis and Clark Trail
West to city of Vancouver
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0.6
1.0
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
0.9
1.4
View from highway
Driving west
2.4
3.9
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
2.6
4.2
Maryhill Heritage Site Museum, WA
South side of highway. The Museum's collections are housed in a castle-like chateau overlooking the Columbia River Gorge in 26 acres of park-like gardens on 6,000 acres of ranch land about 100 miles east of Portland, OR, on the Lewis and Clark Trail, Washington Scenic Route 14 in Washington
2.6
4.2
Entering The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
East boundary
3.9
6.3
Roadside highway turnout with Information Plaque
South side of highway
6.3
10.2
Community of Wishram, WA
Attractions around Wishram, WA. - The Dalles Dam hydroelectric dam. The dam spans the Columbia River. The dam created Lake Celilo.
6.3
10.2
Roadside highway turnout with view area
South side of highway
6.5
10.5
Roadside highway turnout with view area
South side of highway
6.8
11.0
Roadside highway turnout with view area
South side of highway
7.2
11.6
Roadside highway turnout with view area
South side of highway
7.6
12.2
View from highway
Driving west
7.8
12.5
Roadside highway turnout with Information heritage marker
South side of highway
9.7
15.6
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
10.3
16.5
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
10.4
16.7
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
11.1
17.8
View from highway
Driving west
11.9
19.2
Roadside highway turnout with Information plaque
South side of highway, large turnout
13.3
21.4
View from highway
Driving west
13.8
22.2
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
14.6
23.5
View from highway
Driving west
15.5
25.0
Roadside highway turnout with Information plaque
South side of highway
16.4
26.4
Roadside highway turnout with Information plaque
South side of highway
16.5
26.5
Junction of highway #197
South to community of The Dalles Oregon, south to The Dalles Dam, South to Horse Thief Lake Washington State Park. Horsethief Lake State Park is a 338-acre camping park with 7,500 feet of freshwater shoreline along the Columbia River. Horsethief Butte dominates the skyline. It stands over the lake like an ancient castle. The lake itself is about 90 acres in size and is actually an impoundment of the Columbia River. The lake was flooded into existance by the reservoir created by The Dalles Dam. The park adjoins the 3,000-plus acres of The Dalles Mountain Ranch State Park. The park has eight tent spaces, eight utility spaces, one dump station and one restroom. Maximum site length is 60 feet (may have limited availability). There are also two primitive hiker/bicycle camping sites. It can be very windy in the Columbia River Gorge. Be prepred for such conditions. Campsites are on a first-come, firs-served basis.
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29.3
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, large paved and gravel turnout
19.3
31.1
Community of Dallesport, WA
South side of highway
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31.6
Community of Murdock, WA
Services at highway
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35.6
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel turnout
22.2
35.8
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, gravel turnout
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37.0
Roadside highway turnout
Access to Doug's Beach State Park, WA. Doug's Beach State Park is a 400-acre, undeveloped day-use park located alongside the Columbia River. This is one of the premier windsurfing sites in the Columbia Gorge and is rated for advanced sailors. Parking is along the south side of SR 14. There is a pedestrian walkway behind the vehicle-parking area, fenced from passing trains. Visitors access the beach down a paved path with railroad-crossing arms and signals.
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39.4
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
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40.7
Community of lyle, WA.
Services at highway
25.9
41.6
Junction of highway # 142
North to communities of Klickitat, Wahkiacus, Blockhouse
26.0
41.9
Access to the community of Appleton, WA
North of highway
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44.7
Roadside highway turnout rest area
Chamberland Lake State Rest Area, picnic tables, toilets information of area. South side of highway. Photo view from rest area
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46.0
View from highway
Point of interest. The photo shows a rock formation. Geologists say 15 million years ago, molten stone poured from cracks in the earth near the eastern border of today's Washington and Oregon. Layers of flowing lava spread west, coating 65,000 square miles with andesite and basalt up to 2 miles thick and pushing the ancient Columbia River north. Then the Cascades rose and erupted.
29.9
48.1
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel
30.6
49.3
Point of Interest
Rowland Lake, WA. Fishing for rainbow trout, large mouth bass, eastern brook trout, small mouth bass.
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52.8
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, gravel turnout
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56.2
Point of Interest
Bingen County, WA eastern boundary
35.3
56.8
Junction of highway # 141
North to community of Husum, WA; B Z Corner, WA.
35.4
57.0
Access to Port of Klickitat, WA.
South side of highway.
35.5
57.2
Community of Bingen, WA.
Business area
36.8
59.3
Junction of highway # 35 south
South to community of Hood River. South to Hood River Toll Bridge
37.0
59.5
Visitor Information
South side of highway
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61.9
Junction of highway # 141 Alternate route
North of highway. Access to Mount Adams Rec. Centre
38.5
62.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the White Salmon River, WA.
38.6
62.1
Community of White Salmon, WA
Elevation: 550 feet. Attractions Husum Hills Golf Country Club, WA.
38.8
62.5
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel
40.5
65.2
Spring Creek Fish Hatchery, WA.
Access from highway
41.9
67.5
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
43.0
69.2
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, paved
45.0
72.4
Roadside highway turnout with Information historical marker
North side of highway
45.2
72.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Little White Salmon River, WA.
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73.9
Cook Underwood Road
Access to the community of Cook, WA. Access to the Willard National Fish Hatchery, WA. The hatchery mainly raises coho salmon. Tours of the hatchery are available. Access to the Community of Willard, WA, north of highway.
46.5
74.8
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, gravel
46.5
74.9
Point of Interest
Crossing Dog Creek, WA.
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75.9
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, gravel
47.9
77.1
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, gravel
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78.2
Roadside highway turnout
Dog Mountain Trailhead Hiking Trail. North side of highway. The Dog Mountain hiking trail is 7 miles in length, where a hiker can view Mt St Helens, WA. Mt Hood, OR; and the Columbia Gorge.
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79.4
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, gravel
52.0
83.7
Weigh Station
North side of highway
52.2
84.0
Community of Home Valley, WA
Access to Home Valley Park
53.1
85.4
Access to Wind Valley Recreational Area, WA.
Access from highway
53.1
85.5
Hot Springs Ave
Community of Carson, WA, north side of highway. Attractions St. Martin's hot spring and resort, WA; featuring geothermal steam baths.
56.5
90.9
Access to campgrounds

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92.6
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
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93.6
Community of Stevenson, WA
Business area. Visitor Information. - Attractions in Stevenson, WA. 'The Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum,' shows artifacts and exhibits, on the history of the Columbia River Gorge.
59.3
95.5
Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Centre
North side of highway
60.8
97.9
Roadside highway turnout
With picnic tables, south side of highway
60.9
98.0
Access to Bridge of Gods toll bridge
South of highway. Access to Oregon Interstate Highway # 84, south of highway via toll bridge. ' Bridge of Gods toll bridge was constructed in 1926. Spanning the Columbia River,the bridge is 1,856 feet (565 m)in length.
62.0
99.8
Roadside highway turnout with Information heritage marker
South side of highway
62.0
99.8
Roadside highway turnout with Information heritage marker
North side of highway
62.9
101.3
Roadside highway turnout with view area
Bonneville Visitor Information. Access to Bonneville Dam, WA; south side of highway. The 'Bonneville Dam,' constructed in 1937, spans the Columbia River, forming Lake Bonneville, WA. There is also a hydro electric generating station and a fish hatchery, where are tours available year around.
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Access to Fort Cascades Historical Site, WA.
South of highway. Fort Cascades, WA, a United States Army fort constructed in 1855. The forts purpose was to protect the Cascades Rapids. Construction of the Bonneville Dam, covered the rapids.
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104.9
Community of North Bonneville, WA
Services at highway
65.7
105.8
Access to R V Park
North side of highway
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106.7
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, paved
67.9
109.3
Beacon Rock State Park, WA
North of highway. Beacon Rock State Park is a 4,650-acre year-round camping park with historic significance dating back hundreds of years. The park includes 9,500 feet of freshwater shoreline by the Columbia River. The park has 29 tent spaces, one dump station, one restroom and two showers. The main camp area is an older camp in a forested setting suited more for tents than RVs. There are a limited number of sites that accommodate RVs over 20 feet
70.1
112.8
Duncan Creek Road
North of highway
71.5
115.0
Roadside highway turnout with view area
South side of highway
74.0
119.1
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, large gravel turout
75.3
121.2
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
77.2
124.2
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
78.9
127.0
Brake Check Area
North side of highway
79.4
127.8
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
80.1
128.9
Roadside highway turnout
With Information historical marker.
80.6
129.7
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel turnout
80.7
129.9
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, paved turnout
81.3
130.9
Point of Interest
Clark County, WA; east boundary
83.9
135.0
Access to community of Washougal, WA
North of highway
84.8
136.5
Point of Interest
West boundary of The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, WA.
86.9
139.8
15th Street
Access to community of Washougal, WA. North of highway
88.1
141.8
Services at highway
North side of highway
88.4
142.2
Junction of highway # 500
North to community of Camas, WA. North to Battle Ground Lake State Park. Battle Ground Lake State Park is a camping park with 280 acres of beautiful, forested land in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. The lake itself is of volcanic origin and is considered to be a smaller version of Crater Lake in Oregon. The park has 31 standard campsites, two electrical hookups sites, 15 primitive sites that require campers to hike .25 to .5 mile from the parking lot, one RV dump station, two restrooms and four showers. Maximum site length is 50 feet.
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Exit # 10 ( 192 Ave. )
Access from highway.
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City of Vancouver, Washington
East corporate limits. Vancouver, Washington is located by the Columbia River. Attractions in and around Vancouver, WA: - 'Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, WA.' Established in 1824, the fort was originally the supply depot of the British Hudson's Bay Company. - 'Vancouver, WA. Wine and Jazz Festival,' held in August - 'The Annual Vancouver Sausage Fest,'held in September - 'Pearson Air Museum' The museum shows displays and history of vintage aircraft from the barnstorming era and aircraft from the world wars as well as experimental aircraft. - 'The Clark County Historical Museum,' the museum shows artifacts, exhibits of native American culture and the early pioneer days of the area around Clark County, WA - 'The Vancouver WA, Farmers Market' April through October - 'Old Slocum House Theatre Company,' live theater performances. - 'English Estate Winery WA,' wine tasting. - 'Gouger Cellars WA,' wine tasting. - 'Firehouse Glass WA,' molten glass blowing - 'The Sternwheeler Columbia Gorge, WA;' offers meal and sightseeing cruises along the Columbia River.
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Exit # 8 ( South east #164 Ave )
Access from highway.
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Exit # 6
Access from highway.
97.2
156.5
Junction of Highway # 205
City of Vancouver Washington, Start finish of travel guide. East to city of Kennewick, WA. North to cities of Tacoma, WA. Seattle, WA. South to city of Portland Oregon. --e9