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Dayton (Washington)

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Dayton (Washington)

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Dayton is a city in the Palouse region of eastern Washington. It is the capitol of Columbia County.

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  • Columbia County Fairgrounds and Horse Race Track
  • Dayton Historical Depot, 222 E. Commercial Street, +1-509-382-2026, [1]. May-Oct: Tu-Thu 11-17h, Fri-Sat 10-17h, closed Sun, Mon, holidays; Nov-April: Tue-Sat 11-16h, closed Sun, Mon, holidays. Built in 1881, it is the oldest surviving train depot in the state. $3/adult, children 12 and under are free.  edit
  • Lewis and Clark Trail State Park, 36149 Highway 12 (7 miles southwest of Dayton, at Highway 12 & Timpley Road), [2]. A 37-acre camping park. (Not open to non-campers--even with state park pass.)  edit

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  • The Weinhard Hotel:


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  • Bluewood, (21 miles southeast of Dayton), +1-509/382-4725 (, fax: +1-509/382-4726), [3]. Ski resort in the Umatilla National Forest  edit

Routes through Dayton
Walla Walla ← Waitsburg ←  W noframe E  ClarkstonLewiston

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