Toutle River RV Resort is located in Castle Rock, WA at the apex of the Toutle and Cowlitz Rivers and is one of the largest RV resorts in the Northwest. Our resort has the only private access to the confluence of the Toutle and Cowlitz River that offers access to the public (resort guests). The confluence of these two rivers is widely revered as one of the finest fishing holes in the state.
For The Explorer
Our resort is a fantastic base camp for the explorer, family vacation, or long-term guest. We offer 306 full hookup RV sites many offering 6,000 sq ft or more and up to 100 feet long. Masonry fire pits and BBQ's are located through out the park and all of our premium sites feature a fire pit, BBQ and park style picnic tables. These are truly beautiful sites. We offer the largest RV sites you are likely to find anywhere.
Other park amenities include our 20,000 square foot pavilion, pickle ball, pool, spa, disk golf, club house, store and much more (see attached list). We are located eight miles from the visitor center for Mt St Helens National Monument and hundreds of other activities on the resort grounds are very close. Both Mt St Helens and Mt Rainier are our neighbors and the Oregon Coast, Astoria, Long Beach, WA (the world's longest beach) Lewis & Clark National Park, and much more all less than two hours drive. The Tent Circle also has family style restrooms each with shower, ADA restroom and shower, volleyball court, multiple BBQ's, horse shoes, dishwashing station and more. All tent campers have full access to all resort facilities. This is a family vacation that is affordable and fun.
Other more intimate areas include Hot Dog Heaven and the Burger Hut. Both are covered areas for group BBQ's. These picnic shelters will accommodate groups up to 30 people. An additional shelter Camp Tales Movie Pavilion also features BBQ facilities and will accommodate groups up to 50 people. For groups from 20 to 3000 covered and we mean covered!
The owner is an a$$hole.
This is the kind of RV park that I like. Nice spots surrounded by grass, decent space between sites (not much, but enough), and most importantly, lots and lots of things for kiddos to explore. There's random trails, a playground, big green fields, volleyball court, etc. Plenty to keep them busy and felt completely comfortable letting them run around.
Everything is clean and well maintained. I like the central area better (closer to facilities). The camp is right off the freeway, but if you're back off the road there's not as much noise, though there's also a train that runs through on the far side. Overall, would definitely come back.
Well situated. Just off I-5, about 10 miles from the Mt. St. Helens Visitor Center and about an hour north of Portland, Oregon. Lots to do, especially for kids. There's a swimming pool, basketball court, huge playground, volleyball, disc golf course, picnic table areas and woods to run in.
Everything is fairly well maintained, but like HBO's Westwood's park, it gets stranger the further you get from the center of the park. Off on the edges the spots get more weedy, there's a railroad track on one side and the freeway on the other. But stay to the middle and everything is very well maintained and fun.
A bit more expensive than other more run down spots in the area ($43 or so), but in general worth it for its nice location and amenities.
Tips: not all spots have fire pits, so if that's important to you, be sure to ask for one.
It has a lot going on. There's a frisbee golf course that we didn't use but looks fun, really nice playground for the grandkids that's a fort, a store, swimming pool, a recreation hall with nice paintings on the outside and showers and bathrooms nearby. You can check out basketballs and such, which is fun. Most of the sites are pretty close together. The check-in and camp hosts are nice. The campground is very large and you can walk around and explore back in the wooded areas. There's some tiny homes that are fun to look at. Sites at the back are not as nice and are near the train tracks. It's right off the freeway but feels nice and safe. Most of the sites at the front have picnic tables and grass in-between. There's also electric and water.
We just bought a new camper and were excited to find ANY open spots late afternoon on a saturday. Staff was very nice and helpful and had a great little store. The pool was very nice and so were the surrounding bathrooms and showers. They were extremely busy so had a few hiccups at check in but no big deal. Our site didn't have a place for a fire which was disappointing and a train runs right by the campground as well as I-5. Not bad for a quick stop with a camper.