Welcome to Wahkiakum county
Wahkiakum County
  • Lower Columbia mists
  • 4th of July fireworks
  • Wedding on the Columbia River
  • Kids, parade float
  • Fire Engines, July 4th parade
  • Cathlamet Marina, Lower Columbia River
  • Columbia River
  • covered bridge
  • River view of Cathlamet
  • Ferry boat crossing
  • Trolley
  • Peaceful living on the river



2016 Salmon Derby Apr. 1-2

2015 Festival of Trees


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Twin Gables B&B


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Wahkiakum County Chamber of Commerce

Visitors Info

friend us on facebook!Welcome to the Official Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce Website

As you venture around our site you will find out about our interesting history, and why many of our residents have chosen to live here or open a business.

Our Chamber wants you to come and join us either for a day, a week or move here to retire or open a new business.  Wahkiakum County and our Chamber embrace newcomers and love to tell our story.

Wahkiakum Chamber of Commerce

Visitors Center:
102 Main Street ~ P.O. Box 52
Cathlamet, WA 98612
(360) 795-9996

Peaceful Columbia RiverIt is a story of many different people from all over the world joining here in this little piece of land to make it a home and a way of life. Settled originally by the Chinook Indians - then Russian fur traders, Scandinavian farmers and loggers, Chinese cannery workers, and easterners looking for gold and land at the end of the Oregon Trail.

Come explore our web site, visit our communities, enjoy our beauty, have fun at our events, and shop with our merchants.

Thank you for visiting our web site and please feel free to contact us if you have anyquestions or want more information

Lodging Guide 2011Lodgings

Click here to download our updated 5-12-2015 Lodging Guide! (approx 2.9MB pdf) or visit our accommodations page for your handy guide to local area Inns and Bed and Breakfasts.

We're looking forward to having you as our guest!

Where are we?


USS Wahkiakum County - naval shipDid you know?

Our very own Wahkiakum County has a navy ship named after it? Curious? Read more...