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The Deck Restaurant

A floating restaurant accessible by land and water located within McCuddy's Marina. Open seasonally, The Deck includes inside and outside seating along the mainstem of the Columbia River. Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to dark seven days a week, and Happy Hour is daily from 11:00 am to 6 pm. Boaters, who include sailors, motor boaters, and kayakers visiting The Deck have a number of tie-up options along the dock next to The Deck. Visit their web site at: https://www.thedeckpdx.com/

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Twin Gables Bed and Breakfast

From their website: "Twin Gables is a two-room bed and breakfast Inn located on the banks of Skamokawa Creek. A full breakfast featuring locally sourced ingredients is served at your individual table in our dining room. A private dock is available to moor your boat. We are very close to the mouth of Skamokawa Creek, emptying into the Columbia River. "Twin Gables is centrally located, just a short walk from Skamokawa Vista Park, a wildlife refuge and Historic Redmen Hall, with its River Life Interpretive Center and bookshop. There is also a general store and post office nearby. Also within easy

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St. Helens Marina Boat Ramp

A small two lane, privately owned boat ramp at the downstream end of St. Helens. There is room for quick loading and unloading and longer term parking across the street. Like most boat ramps, the site is busy during fishing season. Entry and exit to the Columbia River is through a tight, small channel so be careful and aware of motorized boat traffic. The boat ramp is direclty adjacent to the City of St. Helens owned Grey Cliffs Waterfront park which provides a grassy area overlooking the river, picnic tables, and beach access. Directly upstream of the St. Helens Marina boat ramp is the St

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Best Western Plus Parkersville Inn & Suites

This Washougal hotel is located on the Columbia River minutes directly adjacent to the Port of Camas-Washougal Boat Ramp. The Hotel offers "79 spaciously appointed guest rooms featuring cable TV with Showtime premium channel and free high-speed Wi-Fi access. Hotel guests will wake each morning to a delicious complimentary full breakfast before taking a dip in the indoor heated swimming pool and hot tub or working out in the fitness center. This 100% non-smoking hotel also features business services and meeting facilities accommodating up to 50 guests." Features & Amenities High Speed Internet

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Skamokawa Resort

The Skamokawa Resort is the heart of Skamokawa, with a general store, cafe, and a variety of shoreline lodging opportunities. Skamokawa Resort has a large welcoming paddle dock available for guests, paddlers using the general store and cafe, visiting the Duck Inn, or generally just taking in Skamokawa - please just check in with the friendly store when using the dock. The River Life interpretive Center at historic Redmen Hall, with displays, exhibits, and historic interpretation is just up with hill from the Resort.

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Corbett Station

Corbett Station lies a stone's throw from I-84 and exit 22. The boat ramp was closed and gated by the Oregon Department of Transportation in 1999, but paddlers can still launch and land here, though it is becoming increasingly difficult and overgrown. Parking is unofficial, and there are no facilities available.

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Blurock Landing

A small park a mile south of Frenchman's Bar with a short informal trail to a beach at the mouth of the Vancouver Lake drainage canal.

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Warrenton Boat Ramp

Boat ramp and marina owned by the City of Warrenton.

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Second Street Park

This site functions as a trail head to the Warrenton Waterfront Trail as well as a non-motorized boat access point to the Skipanon River. There is a small parking area, a narrow ramp to the top of the dike and a walkway down to a floating dock. Sign decribes Warrenton Waterfront Trail and the sites to see along the trail, including multiple bird species.

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Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site

Located at the western gateway of the Columbia River Gorge, Lewis & Clark State Recreation Site appropriately honors its legendary namesakes who camped and explored here in November, 1805. The park is situated near the mouth of the Sandy River where it spills into the mighty Columbia River and at one of the entrances to the Historic Columbia River Highway. A flat, grassy, tree-dotted park invites blankets and sun-lovers to come spend a leisurely day. One of the most popular swimming spots on the Sandy River is adjacent to the park, as well as a public boat launch. A trail climbs the cliffs to

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