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Three Rivers Golf Course

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.

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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.

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