This is a great place to visit, lots of trails from the Johnson Observatory - even with clouds, it is quite a sight
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We were so surprised to be able to see the power that nature can show. I would recommend that everyone will enjoy the experience and what you can learn during this outing.
Although 50 miles each way from the Interstate, this is a must visit location. The visitors center is ideally placed for great overlooks and runs two films that are well worth seeing (the eruption itself, and how nature is reclaiming the area). We also listened...More
This is a very interesting and exciting place to visit. The power of nature and the power of man to put things back together. The story of the people who live there and seeing how they have built roads, planted trees and made the best...More
Multiple stopping points/centers along the way-some free , others $5-8 entry fee. Very informative artifacts, video, photos, and models of before, during, and after the eruption of Mount St Helens in 1980. Significant contribution to the science of volcanoes. The Park Ranger presentation at Johnson...More
We went to Mt St Helens in August and it was breath taking. It is amazing that out of a disaster such beauty could be created. We went both to the Viitor Center and to a lookout point whinin a mile from the volcano. Both...More