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Wyeth Campground, WA

Overview

Wyeth Campground is just off of Interstate 84 in a forested setting with grassy fields. There are 13 individual sites, three group sites, and a 24-hour camp host. In the past this site was a Seed Kiln, Guard Station, Church camp, Civilian Conservation Corps camp and Conscientious Objector Camp during World War II.

Recreation

The Wyeth trail and the Gorge 400 trail access wilderness, waterfalls, the Pacific Crest Trail and dispersed camping opportunities. Fishing, sea kayaking, kiteboarding and windsurfing are nearby on the Columbia River while road biking is available on back roads. Please note that the Wyeth Trail #411 is closed indefinitely due to damage sustained during the Eagle Creek fire of 2017.

Facilities

Paved roads, paths and …

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Location info

902 Wasco, Suite 200, Hood River, Oregon

Amenities

Hiking, Biking, Birding

Wyeth Campground, WA

Overview

Wyeth Campground is just off of Interstate 84 in a forested setting with grassy fields. There are 13 individual sites, three group sites, and a 24-hour camp host. In the past this site was a Seed Kiln, Guard Station, Church camp, Civilian Conservation Corps camp and Conscientious Objector Camp during World War II.

Recreation

The Wyeth trail and the Gorge 400 trail access wilderness, waterfalls, the Pacific Crest Trail and dispersed camping opportunities. Fishing, sea kayaking, kiteboarding and windsurfing are nearby on the Columbia River while road biking is available on back roads. Please note that the Wyeth Trail #411 is closed indefinitely due to damage sustained during the Eagle Creek fire of 2017.

Facilities

Paved roads, paths and …

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Location info

902 Wasco, Suite 200, Hood River, Oregon

Amenities

Hiking, Biking, Birding

Wyeth Campground, WA

Overview

Wyeth Campground is just off of Interstate 84 in a forested setting with grassy fields. There are 13 individual sites, three group sites, and a 24-hour camp host. In the past this site was a Seed Kiln, Guard Station, Church camp, Civilian Conservation Corps camp and Conscientious Objector Camp during World War II.

Recreation

The Wyeth trail and the Gorge 400 trail access wilderness, waterfalls, the Pacific Crest Trail and dispersed camping opportunities. Fishing, sea kayaking, kiteboarding and windsurfing are nearby on the Columbia River while road biking is available on back roads. Please note that the Wyeth Trail #411 is closed indefinitely due to damage sustained during the Eagle Creek fire of 2017.

Facilities

Paved roads, paths and …

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Location info

902 Wasco, Suite 200, Hood River, Oregon

Amenities

Hiking, Biking, Birding

Eagle Creek Campground, WA

Overview

Eagle Creek campground is located above Interstate 84 among tall trees. It was the first developed campground in the Forest Service system. Campsites are well-spaced creating a feeling of privacy. It is, however, located on the bluff above Interstate 84 and railroad tracks so it can be noisy.

Recreation

This campground is part of the Eagle Creek Recreation Area featuring the classic and popular Eagle Creek trail and access to several other hiking and road biking trails. There are outstanding day hike opportunities with views and wildflowers as well as access to the Mt. Hood National Forest and Mark O. Hatfield Wilderness with extended overnight trips. Boating, river activities, interpretive centers, fish hatcheries, bird watching and picnicking are in …
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Location info

902 Wasco, Suite 200 , Hood River, Oregon

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Recreational vehicles, Biking, Day use area, Environmental education, Water sports, Interpretive programs, Water activities, Birding, Water access, Scenic drive, Fish hatchery, Fish viewing site, Evening programs, Backpacking, Amphitheater

Trillium Campground, OR

Overview

Trillium Lake Campground is a beautiful and popular campground not far from the quaint town of Government Camp. It provides spectacular views of majestic Mt. Hood, Oregon's highest point. The campground is well-known for its scenery and abundant recreational opportunities, as well as being a great, family-friendly place to camp.

Recreation

Boating, swimming and fishing are popular on 63-acre Trillium Lake. A small boat ramp is available within the campground and a larger ramp is available in the nearby day-use area. An accessible fishing pier is also available. Anglers cast for a variety of trout.

The 2-mile Trillium Shoreline Trail circles the lake, and parts of it are accessible. Visitors also enjoy hiking and biking on other trails in …
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Location info

MT. HOOD, OR

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Swimming site, Day use area, Interpretive programs

Still Creek Campground, OR

Overview

Still Creek Campground lies in the shadows of majestic Mt. Hood, in Oregon's Mt. Hood National Forest. It is one of the closest campgrounds to the mountain, and offers access to a variety of recreational opportunities. The surrounding area contains hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding trails, as well as numerous mountain lakes, rivers and creeks.

Recreation

A variety of hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding trails can be accessed from the campground, including the historic Barlow Trail. The somewhat primitive, 1-mile trail connects the campground with the town of Government Camp.

Fly-fishing is a popular activity on Still Creek. Anglers can expect a variety of trout and occasional whitefish and salmon.

Facilities

The campground offers more than two …
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Location info

MT. HOOD, OR

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Biking, Winter sports, Water sports

Tollgate Campground, OR

Overview

Tollgate Campground is one of the most convenient to Portland, making it a great headquarters for exploring the Mt. Hood area. It stands in the southwestern shadow of Oregon's highest point, Mt. Hood. The campground provides access to a variety of trails, as well as historic sites, including spots along the famed Oregon Trail.

Recreation

A variety of hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding trails are available in the area. The nearly 10-mile Pioneer Bridle Trail passes through the campground. A replica of the original Barlow Road tollgate is just east of the campground. The gate was used by travelers along the Oregon Trail from 1879 to 1919.

A day-use picnic area at the campground, providing access to the …
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Location info

MT. HOOD, OR

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Biking

Camp Creek Campground, OR

Overview

The Camp Creek Campground sits next to a babbling forest creek in the country's scenic Pacific Northwest region. The campground is not far from the base of the majestic, snow-covered Mt. Hood, Oregon's highest point and a prominent landmark of the area. A variety of recreational activities surround the campground, including hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, scenic views and points of exploration.

Recreation

Surrounding the campground are a variety of hiking and mountain biking trails, including the 1.6-mile Still Creek Trail, which is family-friendly and full of beautiful vegetation, and the Pioneer Bridle Trail, which takes hikers, bikers and horseback riders through about 10 miles of scenic wilderness.

Visitors to the area also enjoy mountain biking along the …
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Location info

MT. HOOD, OR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Visitor center, Fishing, Biking

Lost Creek Campground, OR

Overview

Lost Creek Campground is a fully accessible campground allowing anyone access to campsites, fishing and a paved nature trail that meanders through the area. The campground is also near the Wild and Scenic Sandy River and not far from the popular Ramona Falls Trailhead. Mt. Hood is just southeast of the campground and is close enough for visitors to enjoy a day trip and sightseeing.

Recreation

A variety of trails exist within and near the campground, including the accessible Lost Creek Nature Trail, which explains events in history that helped form the area's geology. A deviation from the road coming into the campground (Forest Road 1825), will lead to a trailhead for spectacular Ramona Falls on the Sandy River. …
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Location info

MT. HOOD, OR

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Wildlife viewing

Riverside Campground, OR

Overview

Riverside Campground is a charming and rustic campground, situated alongside the Wild and Scenic Clackamas River in Mt. Hood National Forest. It provides access to a variety of hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding trails and is a great place to experience nature.

Recreation

Fishing is very popular in the Oak Fork and anglers can expect a catch of winter steelhead, spring Chinook and late summer Kokanee salmon, as well as other species of freshwater fish. The Clackamas River also provides miles of wild water as it bends through the scenic Cascade range, making whitewater rafting a popular activity.

The 5-mile Riverside National Recreation Trail, popular for hiking and mountain biking, is located not far from the campground. The …
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Location info

OR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Biking, Water sports

Lazy Bend Campground, OR

Overview

Lazy Bend Campground sits next to the Wild and Scenic Clackamas River, close to the city of Estacada. The adjacent river provides countless opportunities for rafting, kayaking, fishing and swimming. The lush, green campground is comfortable for individuals and families who want to escape into nature in Oregon's Mt. Hood National Forest.

Recreation

Fishing is very popular on the Clackamas River. Anglers can expect a catch of winter steelhead, spring Chinook and late summer Coho salmon, as well as other species of freshwater fish.

The Clackamas bends and drops through the scenic Cascade Range and offers famous whitewater rafting opportunities. The Upper Clackamas Whitewater Festival is held annually in May and attracts rafters from all over the country.

A …
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Location info

OR

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Fishing, Water sports

Lockaby Campground, OR

Overview

Lockaby Campground is ideally located next to the Wild and Scenic Clackamas River in the lush, green mountains of northern Oregon. It provides access to some of the area's greatest whitewater rafting, as well as a famous place to fish. Whether it is relaxation or recreation, there's something for everyone at the campground.

Recreation

Fishing is very popular in the Clackamas River and anglers can expect a catch of winter steelhead, spring Chinook and late summer Coho salmon, as well as other species of freshwater fish. The Clackamas contains miles of wild water as it bends and drops through the scenic Cascade Range, creating prime whitewater rafting opportunities.

A hiking trail follows the river north and south and begins …
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Location info

OR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Water sports

Armstrong Campground, OR

Overview

Armstrong Campground is a small but beautiful place to camp, right on the edge of the Clackamas Wild and Scenic River. The river flows right by spacious, lush, family-friendly campsites, giving visitors plenty of access to the river, as well as to the surrounding forest.

Recreation

Fishing is very popular in the Clackamas River and anglers can expect a catch of winter steelhead, spring chinook and late summer coho salmon, as well as other species of freshwater fish. The Clackamas contains miles of wild water as it bends and drops through the scenic Cascade Range, creating prime whitewater rafting opportunities.

A hiking trail follows the river north and south and begins about a mile away at Fish Creek Campground. …
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Location info

OR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Biking, Water sports

Ripplebrook Campground, OR

Overview

Ripplebrook Campground is a charming facility for nature enthusiasts and lies in a beautiful forest setting. Fly fishing and whitewater rafting are popular near the campground, as it neighbors the Clackamas Wild and Scenic River. The small facility is geared more toward tent camping, however, tent trailers and RVs under 19 feet are welcome.

Recreation

Fishing is very popular in the Clackamas River and anglers can expect a catch of winter steelhead, spring chinook and late summer kokanee salmon, as well as other species of freshwater fish. Whitewater rafting is also a favorite pastime. The Clackamas provides miles of wild water as it bends through the scenic Cascade Range.

The 5-mile Riverside National Recreation Trail, popular for hiking and …
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Location info

OR

Amenities

Camping, Fishing, Water sports

Indian Henry Campground, OR

Overview

Indian Henry Campground is located in the Mount Hood National Forest, along the scenic Clackamas River. The campground is a great location for relaxation and a spectacular outdoor experience, providing ample access to the river and the surrounding wilderness, as well as other scenic spots in the area.

Recreation

The family-friendly Clackamas River Trail is popular for hiking and mountain biking and begins at the upper end of the campground. It extends about 8 miles and climbs about 450 feet in elevation along the way. It is available year-round, but may be covered in snow during winter months. The Indian Henry Trail, which trolls through the forest, is also located near the campground.

Fishing is very popular in the …
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Location info

OR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Day use area, Water sports

Kingfisher Campground, OR

Overview

Kingfisher Campground is a diamond in the rough. Its unkempt appearance gives it a true nature feel, yet it offers numerous modern conveniences and is close to a variety of recreational opportunities. It lies next to the scenic Hot Springs Fork of Collawash River, a tributary to the Wild and Scenic Clackamas River nearby.

Recreation

Catch and release fishing for trout is allowed on the main fork of the Collawash, but the streams are closed to fishing. Whitewater rafting and kayaking are popular activities in the area. At least one 5-mile stretch of the more than 17-mile river boasts class III-IV whitewater.

Visitors enjoy hiking in the Bull of the Woods Wilderness, which is south of the campground and …
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Location info

OR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Biking, Water sports

Paradise Creek campground, WA

Overview


Paradise Creek sits at the confluence of Paradise Creek and the Wind River, nestled under an old-growth forest of cedars, firs, alder and maples. The sites by the river enjoy privacy from an abundance of lush undergrowth, while the other sites have a more open and spacious feel. The campground's remote location is ideal for campers seeking a quiet and relaxed environment.

Recreation

The Wind River provides excellent fishing, with a population of steelhead and Chinook salmon. Check state regulations for open season and boundries. Wading is permitted in Paradise Creek. Fishing is not permitted in the campground.


Seasonal berry picking is a popular pastime and for visitors interested in hiking, there is access to the Lava Butte Trail …

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Location info

Gifford Pinchot NF Mt Adams Ranger District, CARSON, WA

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Hunting

Cascade Locks / Portland East KOA, OR

A scenic 40-mile drive from the brilliant city of Cascade Locks, nestled within the Columbia River Gorge in northern Oregon. The surrounding area perfectly embodies the spirit of the Columbia River, featuring stunning views of the gorge and plenty of state parks and national forests to explore.

Aside from its convenient location near Oregon’s largest and most popular city and its naturally beautiful surroundings, Cascade Locks/Portland East KOA is a fantastic place to stay with your campervan rental. This inviting RV park will have you feeling right at home with its cozy campsites perfectly …

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Battle Ground Lake Campground, WA

If you are in the mood to spend time in the great outdoors, you won't be disappointed with the RV park at Battle Ground Lake Campground. The campground sits in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains and offers basic amenities such as showers, potable water, sites with and without hookups, and more. The park offers a range of activities such as badminton, baseball/softball fields, a volleyball court, a large fire circle, horseshoe pits, and more. You can swim, dive, fish, and use non-motorized boats in the lake. This is a great place to get away from it all for a few days and enjoy hiking, biking, and horseback riding on over ten miles of mixed-use trails. RV camping at Battle …

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Cascade Locks Marine Park Campground, OR

Overlooking the waters of the Columbia River, the Cascade Locks Marine Park Campground is a family-friendly RV park near Oregon’s border with Washington. It’s an idyllic base for exploring the Cascade Locks Historical Museum and the Columbia River Gorge, which can be enjoyed from the Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler riverboat.

RV camping at the Cascade Locks Marine Park Campground includes access to 15 sites, 11 of which offer electric and water hookups. There’s a central bathroom and shower building for campers to utilize, as well as free public Wi-Fi and picnic tables available at each site. Fires are not permitted at the RV campground, with only clean-burning cooking stoves allowed.

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Henry Rierson Spruce Run Campground, OR

One of the oldest campgrounds in Clatsop County, the Henry Rierson Spruce Run Campground first opened to campers in 1947. It’s traversed by the Spruce Run Creek, which offers a scenic setting for a relaxing getaway while being just a stone’s throw from the fishing opportunities at nearby Lost Lake.

RV camping at the Henry Rierson Spruce Run Campground includes access to 32 drive-in sites, with picnic tables and fire rings provided at each. Campers can utilize the hand-pump drinking water and flush toilets (summer season), with sealed vault toilets accessible during the rest of the year. A garbage and recycling service is also available from May through to October, and firewood is also provided during this period.

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Bayport RV Park and Campground, OR

Adjacent to the Scappoose Bay Marine Park, the Bayport RV Park and Campground is a waterfront RV park near Oregon’s border with Washington. It’s a popular destination for boating, fishing, and kayaking, with the nearby paddling center offering rentals, lessons, and tours.

RV camping at the Bayport RV Park and Campground includes access to just over 20 sites, with water and 20/30 or 50-amp electric connections available at each. Campers can utilize the restrooms and coin-operated showers, along with Wi-Fi that’s available throughout the campground. While there’s no dump station, there are fire rings provided, and firewood is for sale at the paddling center.

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