Amboy & Yacolt
The Town of Yacolt
The Town of Yacolt is a quiet community nestled among the evergreen forests, rivers, and creeks that make Washington so famous. Three of Clark County’s parks have a Yacolt address: Lucia Falls, Moulton Falls, and Sunset Falls, as does the Pomeroy Living History Farm. This town also sits as the southwestern gateway to Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
Home to the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad, the West Coast’s Largest Living Christmas Tree, several wineries, and North Clark Little League, this fantastic place offers residents and visitors endless activities, yet maintains its rural, small town charm.
We may be biased, as the main office for North Light Builders is located here, but you’d be hard pressed to find a better town. To learn more, please visit their website here.
The Town of Amboy
Amboy is home to Amboy Territorial Days, where every summer loggers from around the Pacific Northwest compete in the Logging Show, and drivers compete in the Lawn Mower Races. You will also find local vendors, live music and entertainment, and a beer garden featuring local micro-brews and craft ciders.
Situated along Highway 503, motorcyclists and those enjoying a scenic drive through North County will enjoy this rural setting. Stop by World Famous Nick’s Bar & Grill for a bite to eat on your way to nearby Merwin, Yale, or Swift Reservoir, as well as the Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument and countless hiking trails.
For those interested in the region’s rich history, visit the North Clark Historical Museum. Or to learn more, please visit Amboy’s website here.