Street Address
1 Durgan Street
Washougal, WA 98671
Mailing Address
PO Box 204
Washougal, WA 98671
phone: 360-835-8742
Tuesday - Saturday11 AM - 3 PM
Sunday - Mondayclosed
$3.00 for Adults $2.00 for Seniors 60 and older $1.00 for Students Children under 5 free $8.00 for Family of 5 or more
Gift Shop
Richard Johnson, President of the Board, Camas - Washougal Historical Society


Once you walk in the door, you will find yourself captivated by the immense variety of historical items. Art, antiques and memorabilia including antique dolls and toys, household furniture and kitchen gadgets, books, clothing, tools, mining, logging, and other items from East Clark County, Camas and Washougal's historic business and pioneer heritage.

Native American artifacts and antique baskets.

Over 6000 photographs and 200 oral histories including pioneering families of East Clark County.

Extensive land records and local family histories including DLC and homesteading information, area maps, genealogy, and old home histories.

Books about local history and by local authors on sale in Museum store


The purpose of the Society is to solicit, receive, assemble, collect, research, preserve and make available for the present and future public, historical data, information, oral histories, artifacts, documents and photographs that tell the story of the history and development of the Camas and Washougal area of Clark County, Washington State, U.S.A.

The Society is to operate and maintain the Two Rivers Heritage Museum at 1 Durgan Street in Washougal, Washington and such libraries and archives and carry out any other activities that may be necessary or desirable to display and preserve its accessions.


Two Rivers Heritage Museum is part of the Camas - Washougal Historical Society.


Wheelchair Accessible




Gift Shop