A handicap accessible paved interpretive trail winds through the museum grounds, around a
pond, along wetlands, and overlooking stunning vistas of the Columbia River Gorge and the
The restoration project features over 90 species of blooming indigenous plants,
many that are unique to the Columbia River Gorge region. Golden hills and grasslands offer a
rich backdrop to the setting of cottonwoods, willows, cattails and sedges which give shelter and
food to turtles, ducks, geese, eagles, raccoons, and songbirds.