Vancouver- Camas-Washougal weather
- Change is the only constant with weather in the Northwest.
- It may be raining one minute, sunny and warm the next. There may be wind or not.
We never know, so when going outdoors it’s best to wear layers.
Driving directions to Camas-Washougal
If you’re driving here from the south of us or coming from Portland International Airport (PDX), take Interstate 205 toward Seattle. The highway crosses the Columbia River. The first right turn once you reach the Washington side is SR-14, the highway that leads to Camas and Washougal. If you’re driving from the north on I-5, follow the signs directing you onto SR-14 East, which leads to Camas and Washougal.
The only reason to drive through Portland on Interstate 5 when traveling to Camas or Washougal is to see the City itself, despite what Google maps or your iPhone GPS may tell you.
Check out these websites for information about the area
www.travelportland.com – What to do and see in Portland
www.powells.com – Powell’s City of Books
www.portlandwalkingtours.com – Walking tours
www.thegrotto.org – The Grotto, shrine & botanical gardens
www.portlandspirit.com – River cruises
www.traveloregon.com – What to see in surrounding areas
Driving Tour Ideas
www.hoodriverfruitloop.com – what to see around Mt. Hood
www.fs.usda.gov/mthood – Mt. Hood info
www.timberlinelodge.com – National Historic Landmark built in 1937
http://www.crgva.org – What to see in the Columbia River Gorge
www.gotastewine.com – Info & maps about wineries in the area
www.bonnevilleresort.com – Hot Spring Resort
www.maryhillwinery.com – Award winning winery and event destination
www.maryhillmuseum.org – Museum with world-class sculpture & art
http://www.downtowncamas.com – Small town close to the Williams Place
www.pendleton-usa.com – Factory store in Washougal
www.skamania.com – Resort Lodge
www.mountsthelens.com – Mt. St. Helen’s National Volcanic Monument