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Popular Attractions near Mt St Helens

If you're a first time visitor to Mt St Helens, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Mt St Helens.


What are some good attractions near Mt St Helens?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Mt St Helens.

Ape Cave
Mount St. Helens National Monument Cougar, WA
Mount Saint Helens
Kelso, WA Kelso, WA
Lake Sacajawea
Cowlitz County, WA
Skamania Lodge
Skamania County, WA
Skamania Lodge Zip Line Tour
1131 SW Skamania Lodge Way Stevenson, WA (509) 427-0202
Bonneville Dam
Multnomah County, OR
Dog Mountain
Skamania County, WA
Horsetail Falls
Cascade Locks, OR
Wahclella Falls
Multnomah County, OR
Oneonta Gorge
Columbia River Hwy Portland, OR
Ponytail Falls
East Historic Columbia River Cascade Locks, OR
Camas Gallery
408 NE 4th Ave Camas, WA (360) 817-2415
Amnesia Brewing
1834 Main St Washougal, WA

Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"If you want to get a bit further away, I think even a 6-year-old could handle a hike at the Ape Cave near Mount Saint Helens."  See More

"The drive up to Mount Saint Helens is an incredible experience."  See More

"Another cloudy day with Mt Hood and Mt Adams."  See More

"I'm from Longview (Washington) and enjoy the snow covered frozen of Lake Sacajawea but I now live in San Antonio so if we could safely get a few inches of snow The Riverwalk would be a great place to visit during the Christmas Tree Lighting at the Rivercenter Mall and when that gets boring The Alamo on Alamo Plaza is a great romatic place for some but if that doesn't get you going ride the horse drawn carriage around town."  See More

"Have a meal at Multnomah Falls - Stay at Skamania Lodge if you can."  See More

"While I don't have the guts to do it myself, my friends have enjoyed the Skamania Lodge Zip Line Tour."  See More

"We visited the Pittock Mansion, Bonneville Dam and checked out the Food Trucks (a whole city block of them)."  See More

"Scappoose bay kayaking) There are lots of water adventures in this region - these are just a few of my top picks…."  See More

"Other good hikes are Angel's Rest Trailhead or Oneonta Gorge on the Oregon side, or Hamilton Mountain Trail or Dog Mountain on the Washington side."  See More

"Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area for waterfalls- Horsetail Falls where kids can play in the water at the base of the falls."  See More

"If you have a car, Wahclella Falls is an easy half day trip with amazing photo opportunities."  See More

"My favorite art gallery is the Camas Gallery and Camas Antiques is fun to browse through, they have some unique stuff!"  See More

"There are breweries all over the place BridgePort BrewPub, Deschutes Brewery, Rogue Distillery and Public House, Burnside, and Amnesia Brewing."  See More

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  1. Ape Cave
  2. Mount Saint Helens
  3. Mt Adams
  4. Lake Sacajawea
  5. Skamania Lodge
  6. Skamania Lodge Zip Line Tour
  7. Bonneville Dam
  8. Scappoose Bay Kayaking
  9. Dog Mountain
  10. Horsetail Falls
  11. Wahclella Falls
  12. Oneonta Gorge
  13. Ponytail Falls
  14. Camas Gallery
  15. Amnesia Brewing
Where can I find out more about Mt St Helens?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Mt St Helens.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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