Bonneville Dam
Located in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
​40 miles east of Portland and Vancouver,
Bonneville Lock and Dam forms a connecting link
between the two states.

​Built and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
​it was the first federal lock and dam on the Columbia River.
​Construction began in 1933 and the lock and dam was
dedicated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on September 28, 1937.

Come tour the dam and find out how it runs.​​

2020 School at Home Adventures
* Touring takes about 1-1.5 hours, depending on questions.
Minimum 10 people, maximum 40
* All ages welcome

Free for School at Home Adventures members,
​$1.00 for non-members.
Click here to read about the membership.

These tours need a contact person,
please read below if you are interested.
Read below if you are interested in
becoming a contact person.

​As the contact person for this field trip...
* ​You will decide on a day of the week that works for you.
* You can decide on a name for the group if you'd like.
​Sometimes kids like to make up their own.
​* You will need to be the person to check in with Bonneville Dam once there and check in the families as they arrive.
​* ​You will ​be the contact person for the families going​,
​giving them your cell phone number.

If you are interested, sign up and I will contact you.
​You are not obligated until you agree to do it.