Hwy.14 / MP107
Hwy.14 at the exit to John Day Dam
From John Day Dam
Washington Hwy.14 / MP 108.2
Turn towards John Day Dam
Follow signs towards Cliffs Park
Just before the pavement ends there is
a dirt road towards the river. About 200'
the road is blocked to motor vehicles.
Park here and it is just a short walk.
Mostly paved surfaces...
Easy access for most vehicles
The road to the petroglyphs has been
blocked with large boulders and cable.
It is just a short walk from the parking area.
Photo taken from ODOT Road Cams
December 21, 2008
While the weather is more moderate in
this area it can and does snow in winter.
Usually the snow only last a couple days.
Columbia River viewed from Cliffs Park
LATITUDE: N 45°42.819
LONGITUDE: W 120°42.718
(GPS from outhouse near John Day Dam)
Dispersed camping along the Columbia River
going west from John Day Dam Petroglyphs.
French Glen and Giles French Park
LATITUDE: N 45°42.175
LONGITUDE: W 120°43.466
Free dispersed camping on the Oregon side
of the Columbia River from John Day Dam.
Columbia River Gorge from Rufus Landing
On the Oregon side of the Columbia River
Opposite side of river from Cliffs Park
LATITUDE: N 45°41.593
LONGITUDE: W 120°45.288
Free dispersed camping on the Oregon side of
the Columbia River from Cliffs Park.
Avery Park and Fishing Treaty Site
LATITUDE: N 45°39.748
LONGITUDE: W 121°02.117
Hwy.14 between milepost 89-90
(3 miles west from Wishram, WA)
Sundale Park and Fishing Treaty Site
LATITUDE: N 45°43.134
LONGITUDE: W 120°18.924
Indian Fishing Treaty Access Site
Hwy.14 at milepost 128
Rock Creek Boat Ramp
CREEK BOAT RAMP
LATITUDE: N 45°43.165
LONGITUDE: W 120°27.649
Hwy.14 / Milepost 121
Take Rock Creek Road for xx miles
LATITUDE: N 45°41.660
LONGITUDE: W 120°48.380
Hwy.14 east from Maryhill, WA
Stonehenge Memorial is a replica of
the Stonehenge Monument in England...
Built by Samuel Hill as a memorial to
Klickitat County soldiers who lost their
lives in World War One. Construction
was completed in 1929.