Goldendale is a great little town at the eastern end of the Columbia River Gorge. Take some time to explore the area, walk down Main Street, or drive the scenic route home, you will not be disappointed! We have compiled some our favorite local resources, shops, activities, and attractions…please take the time to look around. If you have a favorite that you think we should include, please let us know.
Four Mountain Milling: This is our source for fresh local flour!
Zane’s Honey: Our favorite local honey and beeswax products.
Hayday Oil Company: Safflower oil grown and processed in Madras, OR.
St. John the Forerunner Greek Orthodox Monastery: Located north of Goldendale on Hwy 97, the monastery is a great place to stop for coffee, Greek food, and handmade soaps and candles.
We are proud to be members of The Gorge Grown Food Network, a local network of farmers, processors, consumers, educators, and food advocates.
The lovely town of Goldendale:
The Golden Art Gallery exhibits and sells artwork, jewelry and handmade functional items from area artists, designers and crafters. Run by the Golden Art Guild, our local nonprofit community arts organization, the gallery is well worth a visit! See their website for classes, events, and local arts news.
The Glass Onion Restaurant & Gallery: Fine dining at reasonable prices, a cozy atmosphere, and free wireless internet. One of our favorites!
The Columbia River Gorge:
Maryhill Museum of Art. The extensive museum grounds also include a full-scale Stonehenge replica, and the first paved road in the Pacific Northwest.
Columbia Hills State Park walk the Temani Pesh-wa Trail where pictographs and petroglyphs are on display.
The Columbia Gorge is the newest wine-making region in Washington and Oregon, and home to over 22 wineries and tasting rooms.