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Longview (Washington)

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Longview (Washington)

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Longview is a city in Washington State. It is nicknamed the "City of Trees" and was established in 1923 by R. A. Long, who intended it to become the "Chicago of the West".


Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

Interstate 5 runs through neighboring Kelso, connecting the area to Seattle and Portland.

By train[edit]

  • Amtrak, [1]. The nearest station is in the neighboring town of Kelso.

By bus[edit]

  • Lower Columbia CAP, [2]. Rural public bus system serving Longview from Kalama, Woodland, and Salmon Creek (near Vancouver, WA) in the south and Castle Rock, Toledo/Winlock (I-5 exit #63), and Chehalis in the north. It is possible to transfer at Salmon Creek from the C-TRAN bus system serving Vancouver and Portland. Fares $1 per boarding.

Get around[edit]

Major streets radiate like wheel spokes from the city center.

See[edit][add listing]

  • Lake Sacajawea
  • Nutty Narrows Bridge (the squirrel bridge)

Do[edit][add listing]

Buy[edit][add listing]

Eat[edit][add listing]

The Masthead-Local favorite, has won multiple awards Sizzler Burgerville McDonalds Taco Bell

Drink[edit][add listing]

  • Zojo Coffee House, 1335 14th Ave, Longview, WA 98632, (360) 442-4111.  edit
  • Red Leaf Coffee Co, 209 W Main St, (360) 232-8879.  edit

Sleep[edit][add listing]

Motel 6 (Kelso) Comfort Inn (Kelso) Red Lion Inn (Kelso) Guest House Inn and Suites (Kelso)


Mt. St Helens exit is approximately 10 miles away.

Routes through Longview
Ends at US 101.pngNaselle  W noframe E  KelsoEnds at I-5.png

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