Sherwood campground is an easily accessible location for simple camping, with beautiful landscapes and the Hood River rushing next to it. Close to hiking and recreational locations, Sherwood campground is a prime location for those looking for a centrally located base camp near Mt. Hood, or for those looking for a surprisingly quiet, camping getaway.
The location of Sherwood Campground makes for a great place to set up camp and explore the upper Hood River Valley. Hiking trails, waterfalls, river and creeks are in abundance, and with easy access to both Hood River and Mt. Hood, tourist attractions, museums and adventures await.
Sherwood campground is a small campground, with an unexpected charm. It sits right along highway 35, so you can see it as you drive by. The rush of the river that sits next to the campground blocks all traffic sounds from the highway. Pit toilets are located centrally in the campground, making it easy to access. A camp host is available during peak season.
With the Upper Hood River running next to the campground, the nearby traffic is drowned out, and a peaceful retreat is found. Several of the campsites are right on the river, and the beautiful areas that the river has etched is fun to explore.
The Sherwood Campground sits near many locations that are easily accessible in the Mt. Hood area. Campers can walk along highway 35 a couple hundred feet to the Tamanawas Falls trailhead for a beautiful, popular hike. Also, Mt. Hood is only a 15-minute drive from the campground, which has various hiking, biking, and adventure centers for recreationalists.
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The road noise is a bit loud, if you can, pick a site near the river. We picked No 1. The vault toilets are ok. Pretty clean over all. I think the $21 a night is a bit much considering there is no potable water. The hike to the falls is awesome. Can be pretty trying in places, especially with fur babies. Sadly there was a burn ban. But it’s to be expected this time of year, we came in Sept. it’s just up the road from us, it’s pretty dusty this time of year so I would bring a broom for your tents or RV’s. The trees are nice and provide nice shade.
It got to be very cold in the morning in late July. Noisy next to the road but our neighbors were quiet.
Easy walk to the falls.
Be prepared for the semi trucks waking you up! So loud! I got a large spot by the stream/river which was very nice and calm. Bugs were not bad.
Nice campground with a friendly host right near the water. No cell service so we were able to enjoy nature and each other. Bring water! There is no potable water at the site. Parking is a little tricky and you are directly off of the freeway. Noise from cars is constant but the water near by sounds nice. There’s a great hike just up the road - Tamanawas Fall Trail. Rumor has it the hike is only a mile but it’s more like 4 round trip but there’s a great waterfall at the end. Just be prepared for longer than a mile and a few steep parts and loose rocks. Easy access to East Fork Hood River. I had a great time with my friends cut really would preferred a quieter spot.
The campground is right off of hwy 35 which creates a lot of road noise. We luckily had site #6 so the water drowned out a lot of the cars. There is also a lot of hiking nearby. We hiked the Tamanawas Falls Trail and loved it. Vault toilets.
I stayed here in early May and was very pleased. This is a small, quiet campground right off Hwy 35 near Mt. Hood on Hood River. It has a few walk-up sites and the rest are reservable. It fills up fast! The trees and the river help muffle the sound of traffic on the highway. There is no camp host at this site, but the host from the Nottingham Campground up the road comes by with firewood and is very helpful. There is no water so you'll need to bring plenty of water for your stay. I would definitely stay here again.