Elochoman Slough Marina

Address: River Mile 38, 500 2nd Street, Cathlamet, Washington, 98612, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on River Mile 38, 500 2nd Street, Cathlamet, is near Puget Island, Lewis and Clark National Wildlife Refuge, and Julie Butler Hansen National Wildlife Refuge.
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        Travel Blogs from Cathlamet

        Long beach

        A travel blog entry by bdwilliams on Sep 07, 2015

        12 photos

        ... beautiful beach, kites flying, children playing and cars trucks alike driving down the hard packed sand. Seagulls enjoying fish jelly fish coming in on the waves , we were careful not to step on them as not sure if this type stings :) we carried on to seaside, had a quick stroll through the arcade style tourist shops followed by a great seafood dinner( prawns) and a nice glass of wine, another fabulous beach here in Seaside so will explore it in the morn! Time for some ...

        Searching for volcanoes

        A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 01, 2015

        2 photos

        ... secluded near Silver Lake. Only a few of the camp spots were taken, so we selected a site with power that gave us a sense of being alone in the forest.

        There was enough light after dinner to go for a walk - geocaching walk of course, but we also had a look at the Yurt village where permanent tents were available for hire, and the day visit area too.

        Did I mention it started to rain? Fortunately we were under ...

        A Fun Day Of Touristing Around the Columbia River

        A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jun 30, 2015

        6 photos

        ... you can kinda sorta see the Columbia River bar -- the ocean is on the right side and the river bar is between the two breakwalls at the mouth coming in from the ocean. He also told us that every freighter, both U.S. and foreign, must have a licensed captain pilot the ship across the bar -- a pilot boat comes up next to the freighter to deliver and pick up the captain. In one of the pictures you can see a small ...

        Wild Washington (lots of pics)

        A travel blog entry by carolyn_frick on May 29, 2015

        1 comment, 100 photos

        ... Elk and Deer. To cool! In the pics you'll see one Aaron snapped of a Garter snake trying to spit out a Banana Slug. Aaron came upon the snake just as it got it's mouth on the slug, then it hurriedly tried to spit it out. With no luck, the slime on the slug is like super glue. At this point we had to return to our "Heart o' the Hills" camp to wait out a couple of days of inclement weather and took a drive over to Elwha Dam. In 2011, after much petitioning by ...

        Fort Stevens

        A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Sep 12, 2014

        16 photos

        ... gave us a quick rundown of some of his favorite things in the park. I wanted to get started early so we would have plenty of time to explore, unfortunately I forgot my wallet and did not realize it until we had biked all the way to the Historic Area. After quickly biking to the site and back, we were ready to start our historic tour. Fort Stevens guarded the mouth of the Columbia River from the Civil War through WWII. When the military left after ...