- Tourism Information
From bald eagles to bluebirds, Klickitat County is home or stopover to a tremendous array of birds.
With a variety of terrain, abundance of wildlife, and scenic beauty, camping is popular throughout Klickitat County.
Klickitat County offers some of the finest freshwater fishing in the lower 48 states. It is truly a fisherman's paradise with lots of opportunity for family fishing.
Hiking, Biking & Horseback Riding
A wide diversity of terrain makes Klickitat County a great place for on and off-road biking, hiking, and horse-riding. Multiple use and specialty trail systems provide endless opportunities.
Wildlife abounds in Klickitat County. Big game, upland birds, and waterfowl provide tremendous hunting and wildlife viewing throughout Klickitat County.
Museums & Cultural Attractions
Learn more about Klickitat County's museums and cultural attractions, such as a Stonehenge replica and the astronomical observatory.
Native American Tradition
The culture of Native Americans is visible throughout Klickitat County. The county is the north shore home to 10,000 years of native American habitation concentrated near Celilo Falls, which was a major Native American fishing and trading center on the Columbia River.
Rodeos are gala community events in Klickitat County. Local and regional contestants compete in timed riding events to the entertainment of all. A rich local ranching tradition serves as a strong base of support for the county held rodeos.
Sailboarding & Water Sports
Klickitat County, along the Columbia River's north shore, offers some of the finest windsurfing access in the entire world. The Columbia River Gorge is renowned among windsurfing enthusiasts.
Klickitat County is home to an expanding winery and grape growing industry. Many award winning wines are made from grapes grown here.
Winter Sports: Skiing & Snowshoeing
Klickitat County offers great winter recreation opportunities. It provides a launching point to Mount Hood with its popular developed ski areas, as well as to the more primitive terrain of Mount Adams.