A public course, built upon the volcanic ashes of Mount St. Helen’s. Water hazards (a lake and a creek) come into play on many holes throughout its wide-open design. The fairways are tree lined, and the greens are medium in speed and size.
Three Rivers Golf Course
Points of Interest
Monticello Convention Site
An ancient walnut tree is all that remains of the settlement of Monticello. This site was originally a Hudson’s Bay Company station. In 1849, Harry Darby Huntington led a party of settlers here from Native Americana. In 1852, as the Monticello Convention, they and others petitioned Congress to create a separate territorial government north of the Columbia River. The settlement was destroyed by floods in 1867 and abandoned.