Columbia Hills State Park

Columbia Hills State Park


Location:On the Columbia River on the state's southern border.
Facilities:12 standard campsites, 2 primitive campsites, picnic areas, beach access, 2 boat launches, hiking trails, game courts.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, rock climbing, hiking, swimming, windsurfing.
Special Features:Site of some of the oldest pictographs in the northwest and one of the largest burial grounds of Native Americans in the area.
Address:PO Box 426
Dallesport, WA 98617

Phone:509-767-1159
Web: www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Columbia%20Hills
Size: 3,338 acres.

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Columbia Hills State Park entrance paving, Klickitat County; apparent low bidder was Granite NW.
8 miles through Columbia Hills State Park (formerly Horsethief Lake State Park) to a big gravel parking area on the left.

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