Local Attractions

Treasure Collupy
Collupy Glass is a small but growing company still in the early stages. Treasure and Michelle Collupy are a husband and wife living their American dream. They are partners in life as well as in business. Treasure’s creative shapes and techniques combined with Michelle’s brilliant colors make for a unique piece of glass.

Kyle Gribskov
began his career as a designer for a stained glass firm which led to him opening his own stained glass studio which he excelled in for 12 years. Craving the challenge that working with molten glass provides, Gribskov started handblowing glass in 1984 and established his own glassblowing studio in 1988.


Twin Gables B & B
1416 West State Route 4, Skamokawa, WA 98647
Located in the Skamokawa Historic District in SW Washington State, on the Lower Columbia Water Trail, The Twin Gables Bed and Breakfast offers queen beds, private baths, and full breakfasts featuring locally produced foods. A private dock is available for guest use.
(360) 795-3942

The Inn at Lucky Mud
44 Old Chestnut Drive, Skamokawa, WA 98647
Step back in time in a tiny county with no stoplights. Lucky Mud is up a country road from the Columbia River estuary and is an ideal base for side trips to the WA and OR coasts, Mt. St. Helens, and the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area. Offers lodging on 40 rural acres in the Willapa Hills with a pond and stream fishing, 18-hole disc golf, hiking.
(800) 806-713

The Inn at Crippen Creek
15 Oatfield Rd, Skamokawa, WA 98647
Visit us and relax in the serene beauty of our quiet valley. Secluded on 14 acres in a quiet valley in southwest Washington, the Inn offers a respite from the hectic rhythm of everyday life. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a base for exploring the treasures of the lower Columbia River, the Inn at Crippen Creek Farm is an ideal location.
(360) 795-0585

Columbia River Kayaking (previously Skamokawa Paddle Center)
P.O. Box 52, Skamokawa, WA 98647
Columbia River Kayaking, LLC is now owned by eight kayakers, and in addition to running the classes and tours you see on this website, we also still lead all the trips for Skamokawa Paddle Center, including their highly praised Elderhostel program.
(360) 849-4016

Redmen Hall
1394 W State Road 4 Skamokawa, WA 98647 –
Redmen Hall, operated by the Friends of Skamokawa, is part of the Skamokawa Historic District. You’ll find the River Life Interpretive Center, with an impressive display of area history, a bookshop with the area’s best selection of works related to life in the Columbia Pacific region. Come and browse our gift shop for locally produced art and handcrafts.
(360) 795-3007

Duck Inn Restaurant & Bar
1377 W State Road 4, Skamokawa, WA 98647
A great small town bar experience.
(360) 795-3655



Wahkiakum County Fairgrounds
16 Fairgrounds Rd., P.O. Box 1, Skamokawa, WA 98647
August 18, 19,20, 2011.  A small local fair with a big heart!
wahkiakumfair@centurytel.net (360) 795 3480


Julia Butler Hansen Wildlife Refuge
Established in 1972 specifically to protect and manage the endangered Columbian white-tailed deer. The refuge contains over 5,600 acres of pastures, forested tidal swamps, brushy woodlots, marshes, and sloughs along the Columbia River in both Washington and Oregon.

Lewis & Clark Canoe Trail
A Washington high school on the Columbia River Estuary is taking full advantage of the teaching opportunities that abound in an area brimming with life and history.

Skamokawa Landing
This historic steamboat landing site is located in the historic community of Skamokawa (Skuh-mah-kuh-way), Washington. The building is listed on the National Register of Historical Places, is on the Lewis & Clark Trail and has a sweeping view of the lower river.

Local County Websites

Welcome to Wahkiakum

Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce

Wahkiakum County Government Website



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