While you’re here, explore the area!
Just steps away is the five-acre day-use Marine Park along the Columbia River, with a playground and picnic area, bordered by scenic walking/bicycle paths on one side and parking on the other. Pets are welcome, but must be leashed.
Adjacent to McMenamins is Marine Park, home to a grouping of four totem poles crafted by local Native American Don Lelooska – one of which is carved from a single Western Red Cedar and at 140 feet tall, is the largest one-piece totem in the world. Take a moment to visit these poles, which tell stories of Northwest Coast Native Americans, as seen in the mythical forms, symbols and creatures.
Further along the path is the Rasmussen Day Use Park, featuring points of interest open to the public: covered picnic shelters, sand volleyball courts, horseshoes, and combined tennis and basketball courts. Pass by each of these while on the public path, which leads to our Ahles Point Cabin, a cozy small bar with a fireplace!
The Cowlitz County Historical Museum in Kelso offers artifacts and interpretive exhibits.
The Hulda Klager Lilac Garden is a nonprofit historical 7-acre site in Woodland, open daily to see the 90 varieties of lilacs, as well as Victorian gardens and a farmhouse.
Paradise Point State Park is along the Lewis River in Ridgefield, and is a place for hiking, fishing, camping and swimming.
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