Camas-Washougal WA (Washington)
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Washougal is a Columbia River cruise port and town in Washington USA (Clark County) with population around 17,000. Camas (population around 26,000) borders Washougal (to the east) and Vancouver WA (to the west). Port Camas-Washougal comprises Parker's Landing Waterfront featuring a premium boat marina, leisure facilities, residential buildings. The Port is at the Washington-Oregon border (across from Troutdale to the south) and is part of the Portland Metro/Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro metro area (population over 2,7 million) whose principal city is Portland OR.
Camas-Washougal is the gateway to the Columbia River Gorge (max depth 4000 ft / 1219 m) stretching for 80+ mi/130 km through the Cascade Range (Cascades mountain range) and forming the Washington-Oregon border. Cascade Range's three volcanoes (Mt Hood, Mt Adams, Mt St Helens) are the Gorge's main tourist attractions. Mount Hood is in Oregon (being the state's highest elevation point 11250 ft / 3429 m) while Adams and Saint Helens are in Washington (across the river).
As cruise port, Washougal is included in the schedule of AQV-American Queen Voyages/fka AQSC-American Queen Steamboat Company.
Next table shows AQV's 6-night/7-day "Portland to Clarkston Cruise Tour" and the 7-night/8-day "Clarkston to Vancouver Cruise Tour" itineraries that visit Washougal. The voyages are operated by the riverboat American Empress (2003-built paddlewheeler).
6-night/7-day "Portland to Clarkston" itinerary
|Date / Time||Port|
|DAY 1||Departing from Portland, Oregon|
|DAY 1||Vancouver, Washington|
|DAY 2||Astoria, Oregon|
|DAY 3||Washougal, Washington|
|DAYS 3-4 (overnight)||Stevenson, Washington|
|DAYS 4-5 (overnight)||The Dalles, Oregon|
|DAY 6||Richland, Washington|
|DAY 7||Arriving in Vancouver WA|
The voyage is priced from US$2300 per person.
7-night/8-day "Clarkston to Vancouver" itinerary
|Date / Time||Port|
|DAYS 1-2 (overnight)||Departing from Clarkston WA|
|DAY 3||Richland WA|
|DAY 4||The Dalles OR|
|DAYS 5-6 (overnight)||Stevenson WA|
|DAY 6||Washougal WA|
|DAY 7||Astoria OR|
|DAY 8||Arriving in Vancouver WA|
The voyage is priced from US$2800 per person.
Camas WA (1906-incorporated) has several waterways and is famous for its numerous public parks (all within the town limits). These popular for summer tourism destinations include lakes (Lacamas, Round, Fallen Leaf, Tug), the rivers Washougal and Columbia, the Lacamas Heritage Trail Park (encompassing Round Lake), Heritage Park (encompassing Lacamas Lake), nature parks (Crown, Dorothy Fox, Fallen Leaf, Forest Home, Goot, Grass Valley, Louis Bloch, Oak) as well as the Sports Park Prune Hill and the Skate Park. All parks have camping sites, outdoor playgrounds, picnic areas, and parking lots with capacity to accommodate car trailers.
Washougal WA (1908-incorporated) is approx 18 mi (29 km) east of Vancouver WA. Like Camas, Washougal also has several recreational parks, the largest of which are Angelo, Beaver, Campen Creek, and Hathaway. Washougal was founded in the mid-19th-century (1852) by the Ough family which belongings (along with native American artifacts) are displayed at the Two Rivers Heritage Museum in downtown.
Port Camas-Washougal WA cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Camas-Washougal WA, Washington. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
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