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 ...

Columbia River Gorge - Oregon Side

A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 10, 2014

8 photos

After a very cold night, in the 30’s, we awoke to a beautiful sunny morning and as is our pattern a leisurely morning, allowing the sun to warm the van and the hot coffee to warm us. On our way out of the camp we walked around a nearby pond to look for birds; not much activity this morning but the park is said to host 147 different birds; we did spot some red wing blackbirds flitting about the marshy edge ...

Hatchery Duties & Herman's Fan Club!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Oct 01, 2013

1 comment, 38 photos

... br> Part of our responsibilities is to clean these view windows daily and than once a couple of
months to clean and polish them… on the visitors side windows, we run 4 different grits of cleaner across the plexi-glass to clean and polish the glass to make it as scratch and dirt free as possible… every 3 or 4 months we lower the water level in the pond (to about 36-42” and put on our chest waders and climb into the pond and wash, then polish the ...

Sternwheeler down the Columbia River

A travel blog entry by dianeandroger on Jul 31, 2013

67 photos

... several entertaining stories about landmarks along the way, and we passed several falls including Multnomah Falls.   It was late afternoon when we docked back at Cascade Locks, about 30 miles from our campground in Portland.  It was also only 20 miles further in the Gorge to reach the town of Hood River and the beginning of the Fruit Trail - so ...

Smells Like Vacation

A travel blog entry by ktowell on Aug 26, 2012

1 comment

... pantry, their emotional reserves. Pete and Nancy are civilized people who read the paper, eat their meals at the table and use napkins. They went to Ivy League schools and belong to the Country Club, the Yacht Squadron, and upon occasion, the Republican Party. Once, a few years ago, we were trying to join them at their table for dinner and things weren't going that bad. We were all seated at the same time, ...