Columbia Hills (Washington)

The Columbia Hills are an area of hills and small mountains along the north bank of the Columbia River in south-central Washington state, USA.

Columbia Hills State Park

Columbia Hills State Park
Type State Park
Location Klickitat County, Washington, USA
Area 3,338 acres (13.5 km2)

The Columbia Hills State Park, in Klickitat County, is in the Columbia Hills. It includes Horsethief Lake (a reservoir made by The Dalles Dam). Camping is allowed. Its area is 3,338 acres (13.5 km2). It has over a mile of bank of the Columbia River.

See also

  • List of mountain ranges in Washington

External links

  • Columbia Hills State Park

Coordinates: 45°44′24″N 120°47′09″W / 45.74000°N 120.78583°W / 45.74000; -120.78583

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