Columbia Hills (Washington) facts for kids
The Columbia Hills are an area of hills and small mountains along the north bank of the Columbia River in Klickitat County, in south-central Washington (state), USA. They have a maximum elevation of 2,667 feet (813 m).
Columbia Hills State Park
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Horsethief Butte, in Columbia Hills State Park
|Location||Klickitat County, Washington, USA|
|Area||3,338 acres (13.5 km2)|
Columbia Hills State Park, lies in the Columbia Hills. It includes Horsethief Lake (a reservoir made by The Dalles Dam). Camping is allowed. Its area is 3,338 acres (13.5 km2). It has 7,500 feet (2,300 m) of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River.
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