Beautiful and truly authentic, Washougal is situated near the Columbia and Washougal rivers. Its quaint downtown is in the midst of an economic regrowth, offering exciting new shops, restaurants and breweries, the Pendleton Woolen Mills factory and outlet store and the Two Rivers History Museum, with the striking Washougal Town Square building at its center.
Washougal boosts a unique combination of natural beauty, historic sites and recreational opportunities. Visitors enjoy the up-close connection to nature’s wonders at Steamboat Landing, Captain William Clark Park, Cottonwood Beach, Washougal Waterfront Park, Cape Horn Trail, Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge and more.
The town is also the northeastern gateway to the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area.
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Camas The marquee at the historic Liberty Theatre fronts just one of the town’s architectural highlights. Boutiques and galleries fill other 1920s buildings... Read More