The Camas Hotel
by The Camas Hotel Staff on August 12th, 2017

T​he 9th Annual Camas Vintage & Art Street Faire will feature 60+ vintage and local art vendors all in the charming tree lined streets of Downtown Camas.

Vintage offerings include a huge variety of indoor and outdoor furniture and home and garden items as well as clothing and accessories. Art offerings include quality paintings, woodworking, glass art, metal work, handmade jewelry, fiber art, repurposed art, and more. Live music and fresh, delicious food will also be available. The friendly and inviting ambience of the town will complete the experience!

The Faire will be hosted on Saturday August 26th, in Downtown Camas on 4th Avenue and Birch Streets, near Camas Antiques, 305 NE 4th Avenue.

Come early for fresh coffee at 9am, enjoy lunch at one of Downtown Camas’ many fine eating establishments, and stay until 3pm finding the perfect items for your home and garden.

Live music will include jazz guitar by Bret Malmquist from 10-12 and Carol Rossio Jazz Trio with French influence from 12:30-3pm

A special thank you to Georgia Pacific for providing public parking in their lot at 6th Avenue and Adams!

This event is a collaboration between the Downtown Camas Association and VV Larue Presents and is sponsored by Camas Antiques and Plum Deluxe Teas. 

For all the info, visit

We hope you can join us in Downtown Camas!

Posted on August 9th, 2017

by Terri Sauer on August 9th, 2017

by Dave Sauer on July 11th, 2017

Camas Days, For two full days in July (21 -22), the community of Camas celebrates with a parade, music, street vendors, a wine & microbrew street, and kid’s activities. Organized by the Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce. Crafts and food court: 10am-8pm. Wine, microbrew and music: 5-11pm.

by Karen Hall on February 9th, 2013

The story below is a reprint from the New York Times. We're very happy to share that they've rated the newly un-dammed White Salmon River as #13 of 46 major places to visit in the world.  Read full article. The White Salmon River is just an hour east of Camas, and our hotel,  as you head into the majestic Columbia River Gorge.  Wet Planet White Water Rafting is a great way to see the river, although Spring Fishing is amazing too.

It’s a white-water paddler’s dream come true. A major dam removal in October to allow for fish passage means that the White Salmon River now runs all the way to the Columbia River, flowing freely from its glacial headwaters at Mount Adams for the first time in 100 years. Local outfitters like Wet Planet are expected to begin rafting and kayaking tours on the newly opened section of challenging Class IV rapids early this year. Conservationists are happy, too, as spawning chinook salmon and steelhead trout have already been spotted swimming upstream in the new habitat. — Bonnie Tsui