Spring Creek National Fish Hatchery
This hatchery raises over 15 million Tule Fall Chinook Salmon each year. Adult Tule Fall Chinook return in September and visitors can watch the fish being spawned in mid to late September. From the Hatchery, visitors can also watch large numbers of windsurfers and kite boarders enjoying the brisk winds at this world class windsurfing site.
Gorge Heritage Museum
Established in 1984 to promote interest in the legacy passed to us by the native people and immigrants who settled and traded in the mountainous river valleys and along the Columbia River. Come see their many fine exhibits of tools, clothes, furnishings, photos and historical documents and items including Native American artifacts.
Spokes Bike Park
A non-motorized BMX and Trail Bike Challenge Course, this 19 acre area was once used as a dump site/burn pit. Through the incredible efforts of volunteers and donated materials, many truckloads of debris were removed. Paths were cut into the steep hillside and the ramps, pump track, and other skills-building features were built, transforming the site into a highly popular professional-grade bike park which adds substantially to the Gorge’s great reputation for incredible mountain biking.
White Salmon Valley Community Library
A true gem well loved by locals and so much more than books. It offers music, movies, special events, children’s programs, a rotating art display, used bookstore, business and professional services and a multitude of useful resources available to everyone.