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I have always loved this park when living there for over 13 years, but since leaving he area it has changed greatly. When coming back this past week for a visit I couldn't wait to stop by, but WOW. There was no parking. All the...More
I've passed this park a million times while driving on I-5 and having lunch at McMennamins one day, decided to take a walk and check this really nice park out! The park is narrow and sits between I-5 and the Columbia River in Kalama. The...More
Totem poles. One 140 foot tall. I had to walk a block to see the top. Four in all in a group the shortest one 39 feet. They just redid the park and boat launch and there is a bar at the end of the...More
A great walking trail. Paved trail along the Columbia river. Watch ocean bound ships moving up and down the river. Fishermen catching salmon from the shore. Around 80 trains a day passing near the park. Great for bird watching, Bald eagles can be seen at...More
This is a beautiful park with walking paths, pavilions and playground equipment. It is on the banks of the Columbia River so you can go down along the river to walk too. Well worth pulling off the freeway for a short stretch break or a...More
I wouldn't let my kids swim here, there are dangerous currents and when ships go by the wave can get really big and violent. Just too dangerous in my opinion. I grew up just a mile away from the river... Its not a small... More
I wouldn't let my kids swim here, there are dangerous currents and when ships go by the wave can get really big and violent. Just too dangerous in my opinion. I grew up just a mile away from the river... Its not a small river by any stretch.