Summer Vacation of a Lifetime!
Paradise - Naturally
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Visit Ape Cave - a lava tube created by Mt. St. Helens lava. Ape Cave is open year 'round, although during the winter months it requires some extra hiking/snowshoeing to reach.
Visit Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens - a National Historic Site.
Visit the Woodland Tulip Festival in April each year!
If you would like to go for a day trip that you will never forget, try this one. Hike the majestic Lewis River Falls trail.
The Lewis River Valley is your gateway to Mt. St. Helens.
Visit the Cedar Creek Grist Mill and covered bridge as a fun outing. The mill has been restored after one-hundred and twenty three years.
The Lelooska Foundation has presented living history programs since 1977.
The Lewis River Valley has much to offer.
There are many wonderful day trips in the area. Visit this site to find out more.
Chinook Salmon are the largest fish caught from the Lewis River. Every year chinook over 30 pounds are caught. This area is famous for fishing.
After you get here if you need help or directions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come on down! You will be glad you did.
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