In just two days you can discover beautiful scenery, boutique wineries, craft breweries, local museums, Native American history, and other great spots in Southwest Washington!
Heritage Wine Trail
DAY – 1
Take a break from the craziness of modern life and get a glimpse into the past. With a variety of programs, events, and opportunities, Pomeroy Farm offers something for everyone.
In the logging boom days, this railroad line transported logs to Columbia River ports. Pulled by an 1841 diesel locomotive, the train transports passengers through scenic northern Clark County from Yacolt to Moulton Falls and Chelatchie Prairie and back. Open on weekends during the summer, with special events throughout the year that include Christmas tree runs, murder mysteries, staged hold-ups, and more.
The North Clark Historical Museum shares the area's historical legacy through educational exhibits on Native American culture, pioneer heritage and logging at the turn of the century, highlighting the Yacolt burn.
DAY – 2
This Living Plankhouse, based on the Chinookan village of Cathlapotle, as well as the objects inside of it, offer a tangible link to these aboriginal land stewards and provides a unique site for the interpretation of our region’s natural and cultural heritage.