Getting to and from Culver is a feast for the eyes. The simple farm land is framed by a wall of volcanic mountains that stretch north and south for as far as you can see.
The small town of Culver dates back to 1900 and was named in honor of the local postman's ancestral family lineage.
The town servers as the gateway to Cove Palisades State Park and Lake Billy Chinook.
There's the bare essentials - a laundromat, post office, convenience store, bars, restaurants, bait and even a visitors information center.
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