Vista Park Campground

Vista Park Campground

Vista Park is a unique day use park and campground situated on the Columbia River in the quaint town of Skamokawa Washington. Lewis and Clark has rumored to have visited with the Indians there during his passage toward the Pacific. It has a large sandy beach and great views to watch the ships pass by.

County Line Park

County Line Park

County Line Park is Vista Parks sister day use park and campground. Smaller than Vista Park but not lacking in wondrous views of the Columbia River and the ships passing by. It has a small sandy beach and is a prime fishing spot.

Oowee Gooey Brownies

Oowee Gooey Brownies

Oowee Gooey Brownies are located in Southern California and make many different flavors of brownies. Known for their extremely gooey texture, as they are named, they deliver flavor in excess of your expectations.

Triple "M" Alpacas

Triple "M" Alpacas

Triple "M" Alpacas is a small alpaca farm situated in the outskirts of Washougal Washington. Washougal is known as the gateway to the Gorge as it is the last town you will pass through as you enter the famed Columbia River Gorge.

Contact Information
Robert Kulp
360-600-5862
pedalinon@gmail.com