The Maryhill Stonehenge Memorial stands as a poignant tribute to the sacrifices of World War I, with grand views of the Columbia River Gorge. A firm gravel parking lot provides on-site parking about 100 feet from the entrance. Although lacking designated accessible parking spots and public transit access, the memorial ensures a step-free entrance and offers a solemn atmosphere for visitors to reflect on history, free of charge. While devoid of seating, the memorial’s symbolic presence invites contemplation and remembrance.


On-site parking: yes, firm gravel parking lot

Number of Accessible Parking spots: none

Proximity to entrance: about 100 ft

Curb: no

Street crossing: no

Cost: free

Closest public transit stop:


Step-free access: yes

Ramp access: N/A

Doorway: N/A

Seating: none


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