Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Oklahoma Campground

Oklahoma Campground is nestled in a lush grove of large hemlock, cedar, maple and fir trees alongside the Little White Salmon River, near the Columbia River Gorge. The campground is flat and is ideal for smaller groups to camp in clusters.


Big Lava Bed is located just west of the campground. The trail takes hikers through a landscape marked by basalt lava formations and pine forest.

The multi-use Monte Carlo Trail is also nearby and can be enjoyed by hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders.

Fishing and wading is permitted in the Little White Salmon River, where anglers can find brook and rainbow trout.


This campground offers some tent-only sites as well as sites for RVs up to 40 feet. Site 12/13 is a double site and must be reserved as such and can accommodate up to 16 people. Parking spurs are unpaved and may be lumpy.

The campground offers amenities such as picnic tables, fire rings and potable water. Vault toilets are also available.

Natural Features

Located in southwest Washington State, the Gifford Pinchot National Forest encompasses 1.3 million acres and includes the 110,000-acre Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument established by Congress in 1982.

Oklahoma Campground is located in the Mt. Adams Ranger District. Elevations here range between 1,200 feet at the Wind River Work Center, 12 miles north of Carson, WA and 12,276 feet at the summit of Mt. Adams.

The Mount Adams Ranger District features largely diverse habitats and natural features, from old growth to second growth forest, wetland areas, low and high elevation meadows, glaciers, and low and high elevation lakes.

Nearby Attractions

Oklahoma Campground's proximity to the Columbia River Gorge and Mount Adams, makes it an ideal base for exploring those areas.

ADA Access: N

$18.00 - $36.00
National Forest
Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Firewood Available
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Oklahoma Campground is located in Washington
45.87 N
-121.6272 W
Get Directions
From Vancouver, WA, proceed east on SR 14, to mile post 56-1/2 to Cook-Underwood Road. Exit left onto Cook-Underwood Road and continue for 5 miles through Mill A to Willard Road. Bear left onto Willard Road into Willard and continue North on Oklahoma Road for 8 miles (to end of asphalt road), to the entrance of Oklahoma Campground. From the East, go 1.7 miles from the Hood River Bridge, crossing the White Salmon River and turn right onto Cook-Underwood Road. Continue for 8 miles to mile post 6, and turn right onto Willard Road. Travel to the stop sign and turn right onto Oklahoma Road and proceed 8 miles North to the campground.
5 Reviews of Oklahoma Campground
Quiet, clean campground a little further away

The Oklahoma Campground up 7 miles from Willard, WA was a pleasant place to stay for a quick, overnight getaway. There was sufficient room for one or two tents per campsite and the tables and fire pits were serviceable. While Moss Creek Campground is rated higher on some sites, Oklahoma feels a bit farther away from civilization. toilets were clean and camp host was helpful and friendly.

Peaceful Location

This campground was a great escape from the 4th of July noise and crowds. The entire campground was clean and all the toilet facilities were spotless. We were tent camping and appreciated the level campsites and 10’ tables. Our site, #3, is non-reservable and HUGE. The riverfront was a bonus.

Intimate, large sites, no hookups, drinking water, limited creek access

Large flat sites, many in groups; ideal for group camping. Vault toilets. Pump water. 2 nd bucket pumped mostly clear. Taste fine. Creek accessible from sites 0-3 only. Site 3 only one with creek view. Plentiful fire wood scavenge-able. About 1/2 are reservable.


Right on a shallow and narrow part of the little white salmon river its good for kids to splash around. Monte carlo trail 52 is just outside the campground. It's quiet and beautiful. Will go again

First to Review
Pleasant Overflow Area

Oklahoma campground is mainly a pleasant overflow area if you can't find a site at the slightly more scenic Panther Creek campground down the road. Clear and flat, Oklahoma was named for where an influx of settlers were coming from in the late 1900s. The nice features are ease of use, being next to a wonderfully wild little stream and under great tree cover. Hiking and exploration are amazing within the Gifford Pinchot National Forest area, so you're within a prime natural space here.