The Stevenson Shoreline includes several parks which offer beautiful unobstructed waterfront views of the Columbia River. Bob's Beach, Teo Park, Pebble Beach and Waggle/Lava Beach provide the opportunity to watch windsurfers and kite-boarders or just enjoy an afternoon at the river. There are picnic areas with tables, restrooms, and ample parking. Some of the paths have benches where you can sit and watch a passing barge or take in the waterfront. With direct access to the water for boating via the boat landing and dock, you can be on the water in a short time. There are several short walking trails. It's also only a short walk to Stevenson's main street and a variety of shops, breweries, and eateries. Skamania Waterfront Industrial Park is home to Backwoods Brewing, Jester & Judge Cider, and Skunk Brothers. Coming soon is a tasting room.
The recreational opportunities include kite-boarding, windsurfing, walking, picnicing, water paddle sports, and fishing.
Beautiful views are available all year long. Water activities are seasonal and at the individual's discretion.
From Portland, take I-84 east 25 miles to Cascade Locks, exit 44, cross the Bridge of the Gods to Washington’s SR-14, turn right/east, 3 miles to Stevenson, right on Russell to waterfront, right on Cascade, the Port Office is on the left at 212 SW Cascade. From Vancouver take SR-14 east 35 miles to Stevenson.
A portion of the walking trail is ADA accessible.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets are welcome along the trail. We ask that you clean up after your pet, as these are multi-use family-oriented parks.