Things To Do…On the Land!
Explore Lewis & Clark’s trail
Learn some Lewis and Clark history and experience a similar day of the expedition. Great views of bald eagles and osprey, beavers, river otters and other wildlife. Great activity for family reunions, staff retreats, youth groups, bird fanatics, school groups and more!
Sportsmen and women from all over the united stats travel to our County to fish for our famous spring Salmon, steelhead and trout. The Columbia River is famous for its fish, and fly fishing for trout is some of the best in the states.
If you’re looking for big adventure with a guide service, or a peaceful day with your fly rod, Wahkiakum’s got you covered. Contact us for more information. Check out: Fishing Talks
The Julia Butler Hansen Refuge for the Columbian White-tailed Deer, is a beautiful piece of preservation along the Columbia. birds, deer, beaver, elk, you name it! Visitors can bike, drive, walk, jog and even kayak through this local treasure!
(Photo Copyright 2000 Erick Erickson Photography)
Call us to receive maps of cycling routes. We have some of the best cycling in America, from smooth easy Puget Island, to our scenic and wild routes!
Click here for a state scenic drive that includes beautiful Wahkiakum County!
Whether you like to sleep under the stars, in a tent, in a yurt, or cozy in your RV, we’ve got beautiful campsites! Please contact us for more information and local maps so that you can plan your stay in Wahkiakum. (Photo by Steve Ebersole, Daily News)
Wahkiakum County has some amazing species of birds and it is a great place to watch them peacefully. Please call (503) 556-9379 for birding maps and information on species and popular sites.
People have been visiting our area for years to enjoy camping in our natural and beautiful forests and along the Columbia River. Hiking, exploring and just hanging out families have found this to be a safe and wonderful environment for outdoor activities.