Columbia River spills over
Access to Cottonwood Beach from the Washougal Dike Trail is underwater.
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Capt. William Clark Park is underwater. According to the Port of Camas-Washougal, the Columbia River has risen to 17 feet. Flood stage is at 16 feet.
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Water rises over the parking lot at Steamboat Landing.
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Water, logs and debris choke up Steamboat Landing Park. The dock has been under construction since the winter ice storms fractured a piece away.
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Customers must use a different dock to get to the Puffin Cafe. Although the Columbia River continues to rise, the restaurant remains open.
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Boats docked at the Port of Camas-Washougal are nearly inaccessible as the Columbia River continues to rise.
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The main access to the Puffin Cafe is underwater. Customers can still access the restaurant from the one dock that remains afloat, but who knows for how long?
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View of the rising Columbia River from the one dock still accessible from the Port of Camas-Washougal.
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