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Show the Gorge Some Love

Published Oct 3rd, 2017
Show the Gorge Some Love

 

Did you know it’s ‘Show the Gorge Some Love’ month? Many Columbia River Gorge businesses have been hurt by the impact of the Eagle Creek fire and the closure of Interstate 84. The wildfire began near Cascade Locks, and then grew to more than 48,000 acres. You can show your support and help them recover by visiting the area and dining out at a local restaurant. Check out our picks below. Thanks for dining local!

 

RESTAURANT IDEAS

Carson, WA
Backwoods Brewing

Cascade Locks, OR
Bridgeside
Cascade Locks Ale House
Cascade Inn
East Wind Drive-In

Goldendale, WA
Glass Onion

Hood River, OR
Andrew’s Pizza
Bette’s Place
Kickstand Coffee and Kitchen
New York City Sub Shop 
Saw Tooth Roadhouse
Sixth Street Bistro
Three Rivers Grill

Lyle, WA
Country Cafe

Rufus, OR
Bob’s Texas T-Bone

Stevenson, WA
Joe’s El Rio

The Dalles, OR
Petite Provence of the Gorge
Rivertap

White Salmon, WA
Everybody’s Brewing

 

Columbia River Gorge Oregon


WHAT ARE SOME OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP?

Cascade Locks Strong – Buy a gift card from a Cascade Locks area business… https://www.cascadelocksstrong.com/

Gorge Community Foundation – Make a donation to help Gorge-based organizations with restoration and relief efforts… http://gorgecf.org/never-have-we-been-so-happy-for-rain/

Kick Ash – Like the Kick Ash Facebook page to find interesting things to see and do in the Gorge… https://www.facebook.com/Kickash2017/

Local Events – Find a fun Fall event to attend in one of the many Gorge communities… https://calendar.travelportland.com/event/show_the_gorge_some_love_in_october#.WdPelJVvTIU

ReachNow – Drive the Gorge in a 4-wheel drive BMW or MINI with car, gas and hotel for just $130… http://www.hood-gorge.com/show-the-gorge-some-love

 

MORE ABOUT THE COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE

The Columbia River Gorge is a canyon up to 4,000 feet deep. This beautiful canyon stretches for over 80 miles as the river winds through the Cascade Range forming the boundary between Washington and Oregon. The gorge, a popular recreation area, holds federally protected status as a National Scenic Area. It’s also home to many small to medium sized communities and local businesses.

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