We spent two nights at The Columbia Riverfront RV Park in Woodland, Washington, We were workampers there the summer of 2009 and really enjoyed it. Shirley and Jay really keep this park so sharp and it is beautiful. We camped right on the Columbia River. You can watch the huge ships go by. If you are in the area and want to park at an exceptional campground, this would be the one to try:
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Today we decided to head to the Columbia River Gorge to see the water falls. It was one of our favorite places when we stayed at The Columbia Riverfront RV Park.
Our first stop today was The Vista House which is on the Columbia River Highway. It is on a rocky promontory 733' above the Columbia River Gorge. The House is an octagonal building with its copper dome now houses a museum, gift shop and interpretive display of historic and geologic points of interest in the Gorge.
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View from the Vista House
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Our last stop today was at Stone Henge near Goldendale Washington. It is a actually a War Memorial to military personnel who gave their lives in World War I. It is a beautiful setting and it was fun to visit it again.
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A vineyard just below Stone Henge
The Columbia River