Sculptures and other artwork can be found inside and out at Maryhill Museum of Art.
If you want to clear your head of distractions, get into nature.
For area residents and visitors alike, there are plenty of interesting and satisfying ways to spend a day in Camas and Washougal.
The Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument offers opportunities to learn and discover
The covered bridge, a 1994 replacement for a truss bridge built in 1935, is a whimsical gateway to the Cedar Creek Grist Mill, which was originally built in 1876 by George Woodham and his two sons, along with A.C. Reid.
The fun at Skamania Lodge expands into the trees surrounding the 175-acre authentic, inspired and rejuvenating resort in Stevenson.
With his parents visiting Washington state for the first time from Indiana, Mike Newhouse and his wife, Sarah, treated them to a day in the Columbia River Gorge.
Stevenson, Washington has come a long way from a sleepy little town on the way to something better.