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Beautiful place with large grass areas. Spaces are large and level. Park is clean with lots of trees. Good hookups. Easy to navigate. We come here a lot
We pulled in around 7:30pm and got the last of ~6 spots right on the river, however there is a large lot that can handle another dozen rigs easily. The whole area is gravel and well maintained. There is clean vault toilet. We woke to a beautiful view across the river and got a nice sunrise.
Primitive and small campground. We really like the location since it’s close to hiking and Mt. Hood. I just don’t understand the price. Parking lot also fills up really quickly! Beautiful spot to stop by in the winter.
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Tracks are very close and trains pass every couple hours throughout the night. If I had known I would’ve gone elsewhere.
My family and I have stayed at this campground a few times, not because there's really anything special about the campground itself, but because of it's proximity to Tamawanas falls. The campground is primitive with a couple vault toilets, trash cans and sites with no amenities besides a fire ring…
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First come, shows how full. Shower ok $1.00
Free camping on the edge of the Columbia River. Basically pull-outs or a large dispersed area on the west side. Pit toilets on the west end and trash bins scattered throughout. We were at one of the pull-outs closer to the dam. Nothing special but a good, easy place to spend the night. …
Basically free camping in pull-outs or a large open space on the west end. No services except some trash bins throughout and pit toilets on the west end. We prefer the pull-outs closer to the dam as you can be semi-private and right next to the river. Third time we have been here..either passing…
The campground is right off the freeway so very easy access. ￼plenty of sites available. The signs, however, point to Day Use and Campground. Tent sites are in the Day Use area. We didn’t know this til after we had our site all set up. Winds kicked up before midnight and stayed strong all night.…
Camping here is nice on the Columbia River Washington side. Little breezy at times. $40.00 a night for RV $30.00 for veterans $20.00 for tents
Toll Bridge is close to everything. Mountain biking, hiking, fishing, boardsailing, kite boarding... This area is a maca for all season sports. The charming town of Parkdale is a couple miles away, and Hood River just 15. Timberline and Mount Hood Meadows are 33 and 20 miles south on hwy 35.…
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The tent camp runs along a river which is nice and there is grass and each site has a table. The problem is they pack the campground like sardines and only have one facility at one end of the campground.
Great spot in the NF outside of the Columbia River gorge area. Huge trees, nice cold creek. Very quiet.
Great setting right in the Deschutes! We loved the scenery here and proximity to the river. We stayed two nights, which was perfect. Not a lot here to do other than swimming, hiking, and fishing. We’ll be back for another quick stay. The only drawback was the proximity to the train, which passes by…
The park is generally great. The drive way is maybe a bit sketchy but we were able to get our 40ft motorhome in with no issues.