Lewis & Clark RV Park

Address: 46592 Hwy 14 , Stevenson, Washington, 98648, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Stevenson

Simply Gorge-ous

A travel blog entry by tswine on Sep 23, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... and see the huge turbines. Now I understand why the Columbia River is such a vital natural resource in the west. So many hatcheries, dams, hydroelectric plants, irrigation systems, and recreation areas. I hope it is cared for so that future generations can enjoy and benefit from all its beauty and power. Our next adventure was to Maryhill winery via scenic Rt 14 along the Washington side of the river. As we drove we saw a big group of fishermen ...

Winding up loose ends & Adios!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Oct 31, 2013

57 photos

... on the fish…. Closed up the lids, did a walk around (safety check) climbed into the cab and were off… I was surprised that the truck handled about the same loaded or empty… at least from the passenger seat… Alex my drive is a nice young man….. on the 2 hour trek to get the fish he answered all my questions with enough information to supply my needs and than with enough information to urge me on to the next ...

Visitors From All Walks Of Life

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Sep 17, 2013

18 photos

... hours are not posted anywhere. By the by, it opens at 1000 hours and is open 24/7/365.

And, since the returning salmon are being processed right now, processed meaning most are euthanized and sold to a buyer, some are sent to holding ponds to be artificially "spawned" next month, and the wild fish are separated from the rest and returned to the Columbia River the #1 response to the fish processing is, da, da dah, da da dahhhh- "Oh, they are killing them?" The process ...

Painted hills and waterfall...

A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg on Apr 19, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... red, yellow and green. Words like mighty and impressive was just not enough to describe the impressions as we looked out over the vast landscape of colorfull hills before our very eyes. On a second stop just alittle bit further down the road we found a paper in a small metal container, with peoples comments and impressions of the hills. :) As we drove on we found a roadside cafe and stopped to pick up a drink or two but as ...

Adventures... day one

A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 07, 2012

12 photos

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We took a familiar route, through Sweethome, over Green Peter Dam, into Detroit where we stopped for a greasy burger. Still trying to eat better than we used to, we split a double burger with a side salad. Up through Breitenbush and over more of the truly great Oregon scenic roadways. Then, somewhere north of Detroit, I should have turned on the GPS. I missed a turn. Once we got back on track - without taking the 20 miles of dirt road option - we ended up about two hours off of ...