Cascade Locks attractions

Dam in Cascade Locks

Bonneville Dam

This dam was one of the largest New Deal projects of the Depression era. Completed in 1937, it was the first major dam on the Columbia River. Dam construction brought thousands of jobs, and the cheap electricity pro…
Hatchery in Cascade Locks

Bonneville Fish Hatchery

Next door to Bonneville Dam, in pretty grounds with picnic tables, is this visitor-friendly facility. There are several ponds full of rainbow trout and massive sturgeon – including a 70-year-old 11-footer named Herm…
Park in Cascade Locks

Eagle Creek Recreation Area

The beautiful, 13.2-mile Eagle Creek Trail was the gorge's most popular hike before the 2017 fire that has closed it indefinitely. There is no timeline on when it will reopen so check the website. The trail passes a…
Museum in Cascade Locks

Cascade Locks Historical Museum

Housed in an old lockmaster's three-story residence (1905) across from the locks, this museum features Native American artifacts, a fish wheel and a basement taxidermy collection – including a very surprised bobcat.