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Mount St. Helens Forest Learning Center, Castle Rock

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The Mount St. Helens Science and Learning Center is open as a visitor portal during the winter while Johnston Ridge Observatory is closed due to snow. The building is available for rent for meetings, events, conferences, ceremonies, and education programs. Mount St. Helens Institute, a non-profit partner of the United States Forest Service utilizes the building for education programs and a month event series from May through October.
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  • We stopped as it was another point on way to Johnston Ridge Visitor's Center that informs and sells Weyerhauser's view of forest management. Great insights into a very large industry and how it coped ...  more »
  • Lots of informative exhibits and interactive activities for kids as well as adults. Elk can be viewed many days.  more »
  • Seeing the devastation of the mountain and the job being gone on reforestation. A great short movie.  more »
  • A nice informative learning center and right next to Mount St. Helens. A nice long easy drive to get to Mount St. Helens. Good trails to walk on.
  • Russ the volunteer geologist was patient and informative with both my young children.
  • It was a great vibe and feel absolutely recommend stopping by
  • I have my mom's ashes in that mountain and we love it