Things to do in Cowlitz County

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Anderson Lodge
12014 Lewis River Rd. Aerial, WA 98603
Anderson Lodge has two separate facilities for your next event: the Main Lodge and the Hilltop House. You choose which facility best fits your needs.

We welcome our guests from Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington and beyond! Anderson Lodge is a unique and extraordinary lodge in Southwest Washington that welcomes thousands of guests every year. The natural setting and homey atmosphere enhances gatherings of all kinds. It is truly something special to get away from the normal stresses of daily life and relax with friends and family or celebrate a special occasion. We strive to maintain the natural beauty of the environment and provide a location for families and friends to reconnect.

(360) 247-6660
Best Western Aladdin Inn
310 Long Ave. Kelso, WA
We have a limited number of pet rooms available! Please make sure the room you are booking says PETS OK! Regrettably your pet will not be allowed in a non-pet room (we only accept dogs in our pet-friendly rooms).

Inside this 100% non-smoking hotel in Kelso, guests will find relaxing accommodations to unwind in while visiting the area or passing through en-route to Washington’s beaches. Pets are welcome, but please call about restrictions. Each guest room and kitchenette comes complete with flat screen TV’s, cable television, and high-speed internet access. This Mount St. Helens Best Western also provides a complimentary full breakfast each morning, an indoor heated swimming pool and on-site guest laundry.

(360) 425-9660
Economy Inn
1808 Hemlock Street Longview, WA 98632
(360) 353-3344
The Red Lion Hotel
510 Kelso Dr. Kelso, WA
From the breathtaking beauty of Mount Saint Helens to the powerful waters of the Columbia River, Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center – Kelso/Longview is situated in a prime Washington State location. Offering a variety of options for things to do for families, couples, and business travelers alike, Red Lion is a standout among hotels in Kelso and Longview.

Discover a unique ambiance as you enter our Kelso hotel, and experience an unmatched level of service that makes you feel at home immediately. Indulge in plush amenities that mimic the comforts of home, including a plush pillow-top bed, complimentary Wi-Fi, and eco-bath friendly amenities. After you’ve settled in, treat yourself to a dining delight at Scoreboard Lounge or the Pacific Grill, our onsite restaurants that offer a variety of flavorful entrees and generous portions. Or, take a refreshing dip in our outdoor pool.

(360) 636-4400
Mount St. Helens Motel
1340 Mt. St. Helens Way NE.
Castle Rock WA 98611
(360) 274-7721
Hudson Manor Inn
1616 Hudson Longview, WA

Great Showers, Color TV in room, Pets allowed with fee, Hairdryers in room, alarm clock, Coffee Maker, Microwave in room Refrigerator in room, Dataport Hook-up, Wireless internet, Iron/Ironing Board Extra towels in room (large bath towels)Queen size Pillows &Extra pillows in room + (sweet dream candy). Business Center Free for Clients, New Meeting & Breakfast Room, Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast, Discount for AAA, AARP, Military, Corporate

(360) 425-1100
Town House Motel
744 Washington Way Longview, WA
The Town House Motel is a family owned business and is Longview’s friendliest motel. It is located in the heart of Longview. This motel has been a proud member of AAA for over 20 years.

The motel features 28 rooms which includes smoking and non smoking rooms with micro fridge, in-room coffee machine, free local phone calls, cable TV with HBO, free hi-speed internet, wi-fi, hair dryer, and iron/ironing board.

(360) 423-7200
Timberland Inn
1281 Mt St Helens Way NE Castle Rock WA 98611
(360) 274-6002
Rodeway Inn
1500 Atlantic Ave. Woodland, WA 98674
Rodeway Inn hotel in Woodland, WA near Horseshoe Lake

When all you need is a solid deal on a simple stay, the Rodeway Inn® hotel in Woodland, WA near fishing at Lewis River is just what you are looking for.

(360) 225-6548
McMenamins Kalama Harbor Lodge
215 Hendrickson Drive
Kalama, WA 98625
McMenamins Kalama Harbor Lodge

McMenamins Kalama Harbor Lodge opens Friday, April 20. We welcome you to the newest McMenamins property, Kalama Harbor Lodge – a tropical-inspired oasis along the Columbia River – nestled between Kalama’s landmark totem poles and the marina at the Port of the Kalama. Inspired by the Hawaiian heritage of John Kalama, the property is reminiscent of the Pioneer Inn in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. You’re sure to feel the relaxation of an island vibe while taking in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

The new hotel will include 40 guestrooms with private bathrooms and individual lanais, most with a view of the river. The property will include a restaurant & lounge with wood stoves and a bar made of salvaged radio telegraph poles, as well as a wrap-around outdoor patio with views of the river and four fire pits for which to gather ‘round. Watch our brewers through the large front window as they make the newest selection of handcrafted ales in the seven-barrel brewery just inside the main door. Step inside the gift shop to find McMenamins gear and handcrafted beverages, including growler fills and bottles to-go. Take the elevator to the fourth floor, where you’ll find the Rooftop Bar with the best views of the river. Watch the boats come and go, handcrafted ale in hand.

Let us be the location for your next meeting and event or upcoming wedding. We have room for up to 120 people (standing). For more information and to inquire about booking private events, please go to our website.

Meander along the path that leads from the hotel past the totem poles and Marine Park to Ahles Point, where you’ll find a small log-cabin style shack built by Kalama manufacturer Mountain Log Homes. The Shack will be warmed by fireplaces inside and out, with a patio and views of the Columbia River.

McMenamins Kalama Harbor Lodge will honor the town’s roots and historical significance with its unique architecture, commissioned art and visual touches. Similar architecture can be found today in Kalama in an 1870s structure that was the Northern Pacific Railway’s hospital. John Kalama — originally of Kula, Maui — lived in the area as an employee of the Hudson’s Bay Company. The Kalama River and the city both bear his name. Descendants of John Kalama are members of the Nisqually and Warm Springs Tribes.

40 Rooms