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One of America’s premier outdoor concert venues, The Gorge Amphitheatre is a 20,000 plus seat concert venue that has played host to some of the worlds biggest performers.
The Gorge Amphitheatre is located in the rural town of Gorge above the Columbia River in Washington, just 20 minutes from Vantage, WA. Renowned as being one of the most scenic concert locations in the world offering spectacular river gorge views and concert friendly summer weather as well as lawn terrace seating.
Considered one of the most diverse fossil forests in North America, Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park is famous for its rare specimens of petrified Ginkgo tree discovered there in 1932. Take in the big skies, Columbia River views and outdoor exhibits of petrified wood. Look for evidence of Ice Age floods carved into the walls of the Columbia River Gorge. Then step inside the Ginkgo Petrified Forest Interpretive Center.
Check out recreation sites with grassy areas, great beaches, walking and biking trails, and play equipment for a fun family afternoon. There are several boat launches up and down the river where you can launch your watercraft for free. Two great centers for education - the Grant PUD Visitor Center and the Wanapum Heritage Center.
Enjoy massages, body treatments, facials, and couples’ spa treatments focusing on balance, relaxation, and rejuvenation, using a blend of natural ingredients, healing body techniques, and advanced skincare. We offer a wide variety of spa treatments designed to meet the needs and wants of every guest. By appointments only. CALL US TO BOOK – 509-787-8000 EXT 5
Cave B Estate Winery in Washington Wine Country. A place where stories are created & memories made. A setting that allows you to “B” inspired through delicious wine, friendly staff, exciting events & beautiful views, to “B” the best version of yourself, to let your own childhood dreams take flight, to “B” exactly who you have always wanted to “B”.
Led by owner and wine-maker Mike Thiede, Ginkgo Forest Winery staff enjoy sharing the joy of making wine with the people who drink it. The wide array of Ginkgo Forest wines provides consumers with wines to enjoy for all occasions and lifestyles. Our challenge is to share what we have learned about wine and listen to what our customers need, so that we can all have a better wine experience. Whether it’s in the tasting room, while on a tour of our vineyard and winery, or at special events outside the winery, learning from each other enhances our wine experience.
For over three decades, the Beaumont family has been inextricably bound to the soil of Washington's Columbia Valley. Growing fruit is in our blood. With tasting rooms in Quincy and Woodinville, Washington, we invite you in to experience the bounty of our terroir. Bold, clean, carefully crafted, never overwrought. Naturally, passionately fruit-forward. That's the story of our wine, and the story of our lives. Welcome to Beaumont Cellars.
Winding through the sand and sage of the natural, central Washington desert, along the Columbia River is a beautifully groomed, 18-hole golf course known as Desert Aire. Ranked as one of the highest rated public courses in the region, the front nine opened in 1972, followed nineteen years later with the completion of the back nine in 1993. Desert Aire is the recipient of accolades from Golf Digest, Northwest Golfer Magazine, Washington Golf Guide, and the Central Washington PGA.
Colockum Ridge 18 hole golf course is the Columbia Basin’s premier destination for value – priced public golf. Golfers of all skill levels will find our course suitable for walking or riding, coupled with subtle challenges and scenic beauty. A fully stocked pro shop, as well as mouth watering meals, complete the total package for golfers at Colockum Ridge.
The sculpture was designed and created by Chewelah sculptor David Govedare. He envisioned a 36-foot tall woven basket made of steel, tipped up by Grandfather (a symbol of the Great Spirit), to allow the 18 horses within to run free. The 15 life-size galloping horses that were installed are a beautiful sight, and as a whole is best seen from a distance. If you choose to take the short hike to the hilltop to see the individual horses, you’ll be rewarded with a nice view of the Columbia River and surroundings.
Take a tour, or explore the educational displays to learn more about wind and solar technology, as well as the area's unique natural history. Outdoor trails lead to a solar array, blade, turbine generator, gearbox and additional displays.