Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
No Fires
No Pets
Drinking Water
About Hood Park

Hood Park is located on Lake Wallula in eastern Washington. The lake is formed by McNary Lock and Dam on the Mid-Columbia River.

Lewis and Clark camped two miles downstream at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers, which is now the location of Sacajawea State Park.

Visitors enjoy camping, fishing, boating, hiking, picnicking and swimming.

Recreation

The lake provides great boating and swimming opportunities, and a boat ramp is provided for guests.

Fishing is also a popular pastime, and anglers will find excellent salmon and steelhead fishing on the lake.

Facilities

Hood Park offers 67 family sites and one day-use group picnic shelter, all with electric hookups.

Natural Features

The campground is situated along the banks of the lake, offering sweeping views. Campers enjoy relaxing in the shade of the mature trees throughout the park.

Nearby Attractions

The McNary National Wildlife Refuge is adjacent to the park. It provides habitat for migrating waterfowl, bald eagles, shorebirds and other wildlife. Nature trails and an environmental learning center are open to the public.

ADA Access: N

Sites
68
Price
$24.00 - $110.00
Operator
US Army Corps of Engineers
Access
Drive In
Features
Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
No Water Hookups
Location
Hood Park is located in Washington
Latitude
46.2137 N
Longitude
-119.013 W
Get Directions
Directions
From Pasco, Washington, take Highway 12 east. After crossing the Snake River Bridge, take the next exit and continue to State Route 124. The park entrance is on the left just after the roundabout.
4 Reviews of Hood Park
Beautiful park, with lots of grass and trees. River access.

No water or sewer hookups. Lots of nice sites. If you are a long rv, be cautious as the reservation line has little knowledge of sites.

Closest Campground to the house!

We do an annual trip here every Father’s Day weekend. Close to the river, plenty of fishing and swimming. The trees are nice. This is an Army Corp of Engineers campground so some federal rules apply: no firearms, no alcohol(at least not openly)

The only issue we have is the sprinklers come on Friday nights and wash the tents for us. it’s good and bad.

Beautiful River Site

This campground offers developed sites with hookups for campers. There is a playground and interpretive events for kids in the evenings. They even had some movies on the weekends. This area is peaceful and relaxing for families. If you are looking for wilderness camping, this is not the place as it has mowed /irrigated lawns around the campground. There is a nature area with some trails onsite for exploring.

First to Review
Stayed in overflow lot

Popular Army Corps of Engineers campground on Snake River in Tri-Cities. Flush toilets, real showers. In fairness to this campground, my 3 stars is because we stayed in overflow lot for $14, while real site would have cost us $12 (weekday fee, more on weekend). Campground seemed to have nice vibe with kids on bikes, large playground, amphitheater.