Located on the dry side of Washington State, with expansive farms and wheat fields, vineyards, timberland, and magnificent Mount Adams as a backdrop, the rural pioneer town of Goldendale is rich in cultural heritage, and natural wonder. Whether you are a stargazer, an outdoor adventurer, wine or cultural enthusiast, or simply enjoy getting away from it all, Goldendale, at the heart of the Eastern Columbia River Gorge, has something for you. Plan your trip to Goldendale today at www.experiencegoldendale.com.
Seats don’t come much closer to the Columbia River than at Puffin Cafe in Washougal. Set in the Port of Camas/Washougal marina, this floating eatery sits... Read More
For starters, the oldest apple tree in the Northwest, planted in 1826, lives in Vancouver’s Old Apple Tree Park. Just outside of Goldendale is the St. John... Read More
First, there’s the drive in and out of Goldendale. Head south on Highway 97 after Yakima and Toppenish, and you find you’re dipping into the scrub brush–... Read More
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