Hat Rock Campground

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Hat Rock Campground is in Hermiston, OR, which is in the far northern part of Oregon. The campground sits on the banks of the Columbia River, which forms the border with the neighboring state of Washington, to the north. The nearest larger town is Kennewick, WA, which is around 30 miles to the north, while the nearest large city is Portland, OR, at almost 200 miles to the west.

Hat Rock Campground offers easy water access as it sits right near the river. It also provides pool access, WiFi, bathrooms, showers, and a laundry room, for guests. Many of the campsites are shaded, and some offer full hookups. There are a restaurant and camp store on-site, as well as game courts and a playground for the kids. The park can accommodate reservations that are both short or lengthy.

With a stay at this family-friendly campground in northern Oregon, you should have no trouble finding any services you may be seeking. Hermiston is one of the larger towns in the local area, so it offers plenty of grocery stores and gas stations if you find any of your supplies are running low. There are also a number of restaurants spread around the downtown area. Camping with an RV in this part of the state makes for a great base camp for exploring any of the nearby attractions.

The Great Outdoors

Motorhome camping at Hat Rock Campground will make it easy for you to enjoy the many outdoor activities that are available nearby. There are all sorts of fun things to do on the nearby Columbia River. Boat and sightseeing tours are offered. There are also scenic dams in the local area, and some are even open to the public for tours. Fishing and boating is always an option here, as well. There are also numerous picnic spots and hiking trails to picturesque waterfalls found along the way.

Hat Rock State Park is located right near the campground. There are all sorts of fun things to do here, including hiking and nature trails. There is a lake at Hat Rock Campground where visitors can enjoy fishing and paddle sports. This is also a great place for swimming, to escape the summer heat. There are places where you can enjoy a picnic lunch, and this is a great place for spotting local wildlife.

There are several national wildlife refuges located nearby. These include the Umatilla and the Cold Springs refuges. These are particularly well-known for their birdwatching opportunities, with the large river so close by, various species of waterfowl are regularly spotted. Other native wildlife that is commonly seen at these locations include deer and small mammals.

Exploring the Area

Book an RV in Umatilla County, and you will find yourself surrounded by activities that everyone in your party can enjoy. There are several unique attractions in nearby Kennewick. At the Sandollar Farms and Alpacas, you can tour this working farm. Some of the animals may even be available for feeding or petting. Products produced at the farm are also available for purchase here. At the Easton Benton County Historical Society and Museum, you can learn about the history of the local area. Information on the shipping industry that uses the large river is offered, as well. RV camping at this campground makes it easy to explore all around the local region.

There are also several monuments that you can visit in Kennewick. The 9/11 World Trade Center Memorial Monument features a piece of the twin towers that fell in New York City. The museum gives details of the event and is intended as a memory to the people who were lost that day. The Regional Veterans Memorial is a tribute to veterans from the local area. Sculptures and monuments can be viewed at each location.

There are multiple scenic drives that visitors can take to enjoy the nearby Columbia River Gorge. The Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail follows I-84 along the south side of the river. It offers prime views of the gorge's south rim. Route 14, also called the Lewis and Clark Highway, traverses the Washington State side of the gorge on the north side of the river. Scenic views are available from either route. There are pullouts for pictures or picnics. There are also many opportunities to enjoy recreational activities along the way.

When you've been looking for a quiet place to relax, that offers plenty of scenic views, consider a campsite at Hat Rock Campground. Go boating on the nearby river, take a hike through a local wildlife preserve, or enjoy a scenic drive. Check out a campervan rental near Hat Rock Campground and have fun exploring northern Oregon!

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Twin Sisters Rock, WATouchet, WA
  • Spirit of America Trail, WAKennewick, WA
  • Badger Canyon Trail, WARichland, WA
  • Sacajewea Heritage Trail, WARichland, WA
  • Badger Skyline Trail, WARichland, WA
  • Howard Amon Park Trail, WARichland, WA
  • McNary National Wildlife Refuge, WAMcNary National Wildlife Refuge, WA
  • Walla Walla River, WAPasco, WA
  • Yakima Wine and Fruit Challenge, WAProsser, WA
  • Whitman Mission, WAWhitman Mission National Historic Site, WA

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