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.
To see the rock art, drive 3 miles north of The Dalles Bridge, turn right on Washington Highway 14 for 1.6 miles, and then turn right for 1.8 miles through Columbia Hills State Park (formerly Horsethief Lake State Park) to a big gravel parking area on the left.

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