Astrid Adams:
> Dear Roadtrip America,
> Do you know the name of an Indian Museum near Mount St Helens, Washington
> and what town it is located in?
> My relatives have heard there is one and wish to visit there in 2 weeks.

RTA: I went to and found the following reference:

>>Kalama can be reached from Exit 32. Began in 1853, Kalama is a quaint little town overlooking the Columbia River and offers a plethora of unique and antique shops. Kalama offers Native American folklore and displays, including one of the tallest single tree totem pole in the world, carved by the late Chief Don Lelooska of Ariel, Washington. The boat ramp and 222 slip Kalama marina makes for easy access to the waters of the Columbia River. Whether looking for antiques and collectibles, fly fishing the nearby Kalama River, or watching the ships navigate the Columbia River from the waterfront park, visitors always find the friendly atmosphere of Kalama enchanting.

Other entries about the local area attractions adjacent to Mt. St. Helens can be found at:


Mark Sedenquist
RoadTrip America