THE GREAT AMERICAN VACATION
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Ilwaco (ill-wah-co) has been a fishing port for thousands of years, first as a Native American village and later as an American settlement. A 3-mile scenic loop winds past Cape Disappointment State Park (formerly Fort Canby State Park) to North Head Lighthouse and through the town. The colorful harbor is a great place for watching gulls and boats. Lewis and Clark camped here before moving their
winter base to the Oregon coast at Fort Clatsop.
The pretty town of Aberdeen, on Grays Harbor at the mouth of the Chehalis River, is known for its lovely harbor, spread glittering and gray...
A Native American village for several thousand years, this small coastal town at the mouth of the Copalis (pronounced coh- pah -liss) River...