We stop here whenever we can because of the great food and great service. Click on the photo to visit their website.
Never stayed there – a bit out of my price range – but have enjoyed dinner a few times and once enjoyed an amazing brunch. I would recommend checking on the brunch thought – it was many years ago and I’m not seeing much information about it on the web.
Beacon Rock State Park is a 4,456-acre, year-round camping park located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Beacon Rock is an olivine basalt plug which rises 848 feet in elevation above the Columbia River. The Missoula flood washed away the softer parts of the volcano. The park includes 9,500 feet… Read More »
The falls are the tallest in the state of Oregon at a total of 620 feet and by far the most famous and well-visited of the 77 Columbia Gorge falls on the Oregon side. No visit to the Portland area is complete without seeing Multnomah Falls. The name is probably derived from a native american… Read More »
Vista House,733 feet above the river, is located at Crown Point. Built in 1916, the Vista House offers a stunning view of the river and is a favorite place for enjoying sunsets.
One of the best Columbia Gorge water falls, Elowha Falls requires a fairly short and easy hike, but the 213 foot falls is taller than Niagara Falls!