Our current exhibit represents a one-room schoolhouse from the late 1800s to early 1900s.
Adam McIsaac is the carver and artist for the new Gathering Place at Washuxwal,
Confluence Executive Director, Colin Fogarty, will speak on “Connecting to Place Along the Columbia River.
Did you know that the Washougal area is a major part of the Lewis and Clark’s Corp of Discovery journey? Indeed, they camped at Cottonwood Beach, just a short walk from the Museum, for six days in 1806.CONTINUE READING →
Two Rivers Heritage Museum presents a new show of images from the early years of Camas and Washougal. The show includes pictures that capture important historic moments. Come and experience your past.CONTINUE READING →
Sit back, relax, and enjoy as local historian and lifelong resident Virginia Warren tells us about the Camas Liberty Theater.CONTINUE READING →
The first pioneers of Camas and Washougal were primarily farmers, drawn by fertile soil and river transportation. As the paper mill in Camas and the woolen mill in Washougal got their starts, merchants, doctors, and educators followed.CONTINUE READING →