Olallie Lake, Washington


Olallie Lake is located in Skamania county, Washington. Find dining and lodging options near Olallie Lake.

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Goldendale Country Club, Skyline Golf Course and Carson Hot Springs Golf Course), water sports (Surf Shop and Active Water Sports Inc), hiking (Toutle River Trail, Brush Creek Trail and Cedar Creek Trail).

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Things to do & local info

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Places
Fishing
Local Info
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Hiking Trails:
Toutle River Trail
Brush Creek Trail
Cedar Creek Trail

Water Sports:
Surf Shop, 207 North Montesano, Westport, WA 98595
Active Water Sports Inc, 215 Pine Tree Road, Toledo, WA 98591

Attractions:
Ape Canyon Trailhead
Ape Cave Interpretive Site
Independence Pass Trailhead

State Parks
Columbia Hills State Park, Washington
Klickitat State Fish Hatchery, Washington
Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Washington
Columbia White Tailed Deer National Wildlife Rufuge, Oregon
Maryhill State Park, Washington

Nature Reserves
Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
Whipple Creek Urban Wildlife Habitat

View Points
Cedar Creek Viewpoint Interpretive Site
Donnybrook Interpretive Site
Harmony Viewpoint Interpretive Site

Zoo
Wolf Haven International

Fishing Regulations and license information
Fishing Licenses & Permits
Fishing Licenses - Online Purchase

Closest Cities
Vancouver, Washington

Regional Airports
Columbia Gorge Regional/The Dalles Muni Airport, Oregon
Goldendale Airport, Washington
Port Of Ilwaco Airport, Washington

Information Centers
Mount St. Helens Visitor Center
Yelm Center Trailhead
Mount Saint Helens Visitors Center

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Map of Olallie Lake, Washington


Restaurants in the vicinity
Cougar Bar & Grill
Kj's Bear Creek Cafe
Time Out Pizza
Logs Restaurant
Elkhorn Bar & Grill
Hotels in the vicinity
Lone Fir Resort
Trout Lake Motel
Serenity's Chalet Cabins
Farm-A B & B
Inn of the White Salmon

 

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Current Weather at Olallie Lake, Washington


Light rain

55°F

Light rain
Humidity: 89%
Wind: N at 0 mph

3-day forecast

Saturday
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45°F / 58°F
Sunday
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44°F / 50°F
Monday
AM showers
46°F / 54°F

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