This park was one of the first parcels donated as park land to the Oregon Highway Commission in 1922. One of the few rest stops along Highway 30, you'll find a restroom, monument, and a wondrous Douglas fir forest overlooking the Columbia River.
Originally given in 1921 to Clatsop County by the heirs of Nathan Bradley, the park was transferred to the state in 1922. At one time, it was developed as a concession area for motorists and equipped with a caretaker's cottage. The cottage no longer remains.