Nob Hill Nature Park

This listing is provided by Columbia County Economic Team

On the banks of the Columbia River, this 6 acre park includes dozens of native plant species for you to discover. Along with white oak trees, it also has a wide array of native wildflowers in spring, including camas, trillium, iris and larkspur. It also has plenty of invasive plants, including blackberry, English ivy, lunaria (or money plant), vinca, mullein, thistle and tansy.

A community group, The Friends of Nob Hill Nature Park, hold volunteer work parties twice yearly, on the first Saturday in April and November. The group’s goal is to return the park to a more natural state, similar to what might have been seen by Lewis and Clark when their expedition passed by in 1805.