NORTH BONNEVILLE, WASHINGTON
North Bonneville is one of Washington's most unique towns. If you don't look for it, you'll probably miss it as you drive east on Highway 14. When the Bonneville Dam was built and the town was relocated, it never developed into a typical small Washington town with a main street. What was to be a town looks more like a gigantic beautifully groomed park. On closer inspection, and looking at our map, you'll discovered that North Bonneville really has a lot to offer. It's close enough to Vancouver and Portland to take advantage of city life, but far enough away to be unspoiled and pastoral. Situated right on the north side of the Columbia River, this is a beautifully scenic river town with a bright future ahead... after the outside world discovers it.
Created in: 2004