Quality Inn & Suites
808 East Simcoe Drive
Goldendale, WA 98620
Phone: (509) 773-5881
Fax: (509) 773-3008
808 East Simcoe Drive, Goldendale, WA, US, 98620
- Phone: (509) 773-5881
- Fax: (509) 773-3008
The Rock Fort Campsite is a natural military construction to the south of Columbia river. The beautiful panoramic views and historic importance of this place makes it a great attraction. This is the same campsite, where Lewis and Clark Expedition had camped in 1805.
An integral part of the The Dalles, the Bennett–Williams House is a historical landmark. Constructed way back in 1899, the house featured in the National Register of Historic Places. Originally, belonged to Alfred S. Bennett, but was later owned by the Williams family.
This winery offers 12 varieites of red, white, and blush wines, in addition to a great view of Mt. Hood in the Columbia River Gorge. Wind River has developed an image as a romantic getaway for couples. There are always plenty of events to attend and enjoy.
Overlooking the Columbia River, Hood River Valley Waterfront is a popular destination among the locals and tourist alike. Comprising of the Marina Beach, Marina Green and the Marina Park, it is a great spot for water-sports, fishing, picnics and dog walking. Among the water-sports, kayaking, windsurfing and sailing are the most prominent games with regular competitions being held. The Waterfront is also home to the annual Hood River Valley Harvest Fest.
This is the showplace for all sorts of happenings in the Hood River area. If you are coming to town for a large gathering, you can usually count on ending up at the Expo Center. Major community events such as the Hood River Valley Harvest Festival, the Columbia Cross Channel Swim, the Pear and Wine Festival and others make this home base on an annual basis, with more setting up camp each year. Contact the Expo Center at the numbers listed for a calendar of events.
Established in 1987, Full Sail started operations at a time when the once, sleepy city of Hood River was attracting attention as a popular windsurfing destination. The tourist influx and their world-class beer operation gave them a head-start, and today, they're one of the prominent brewers in Oregon. Brewery tours are available throughout the week. Visitors can relax and sip on a pint of their award-winning brews at the Tasting Room & Pub. There's a hearty food menu as well to go with your drinks. Check website for more.
Georgiana Smith Park that borders the Hood River County Library boasts of lush green stretches of lawn and diverse varieties of flowers. Here, you can take a stroll or simply enjoy a lunch all by yourself. This park was built owing to the efforts of several organizations as well as locals that include Library Foundation, Friends of the Library, Columbia Gorge Master Gardeners and so forth.
A 200-acre, day-use heritage park on the Yakama Indian Nation Reservation, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in an old oak grove watered by natural springs, Fort Simcoe State Park provides insight into local Native American culture and tells the story of mid-19th century army life when it was an 1850's-era military installation. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in June 1974, the park contains five original fort buildings. Yearly events include military re-enactments, traditional tribal dancers, military displays, and antique car shows.
This award winning winery offers a fine selection that includes Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Gewurztraminer, and Pear Wine. Their winery is open daily and features a spacious tasting room with an historic back bar.
Cathedral Ridge Winery is an award winning vineyard found in the breathtaking Columbia Valley and Columbia Gorge. Tours, weddings, banquets, and other social occasions are hosted year-round.
This twelve acre vineyard offers tours by appointment and a tasting room. A picnic area is available to the visitors and families are welcome. This vineyard specializes in grape wines and fruit wines.
Less than 30 miles east of Portland, Mount Hood National Forest is a popular playground for Portland area residents and, regardless of season, holds some of the finest outdoor opportunities in Oregon. Winter on Mount Hood is dominated by the world class downhill skiing and snowboarding offered by its three major resorts - Timberline, Mt. Hood Meadows and Ski Bowl as well as many cross country runs and several climbing routes up Mount Hood, the most frequently climbed alpine peak in the nation. Summer brings an army of mountain bikers looking for excitement among the maze of singletracks and forest service roads the mountain conceals. Hikers will find more than 1,000 miles of crisscrossing trails, including those of the Mountain's seven wilderness areas (Mount Hood, Badger Creek, Salmon-Huckleberry, Columbia, Bull-of-the-Woods, Mt. Jefferson and Olallie Scenic Area as well as a segment of the west's long distance Pacific Crest Trail. Regardless of your choice of sport, you are bound to find what you are looking for. Many areas require a Forest Service parking pass, available at several locations. Passes are available through the Forest Service at the number above.