Marahill, Washington – Home to the Maryhill Stonehenge and the Maryhill Museum of Art


Marahill is a city and census-designated place (CDP) located in Klickitat County, Washington, United States. As of the 2010 Census, its population had decreased to 58 from 98 in 2000. Home to both Maryhill Museum of Art and Maryhill Stonehenge by Sam Hill as a tribute to fallen World War I soldiers from Klickitat County.

Maryhill Museum of Art stands as a major landmark in this region. Housed within its former home for Hill and his wife, it now functions as an art gallery that draws visitors from near and far. Additionally, U.S. Route 97 passes through Maryhill on its route west from Goldendale towards Oregon via Sam Hill Memorial Bridge – both landmarks are important landmarks of interest in Maryhill city.

Maryhill Golf Resort was designed by Les Furber – one of Canada’s acclaimed names in Canadian golf – and situated high above Mara Lake in British Columbia’s Shuswap region, providing stunning views of mountainous landscape and evergreen forests. The course presents unique challenges such as tight fairways through dense forests and ravines – particularly daunting is Geronimo hole’s impressive 483 yards from back tees!

Mara Hill loves her job as a midwife and dreams of the perfect home birth experience with her fellow midwives. But when tragedy strikes and her world becomes engulfed in darkness, Mara must fight to reclaim the joy that once sustained her friendships, work life, and her very existence.

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