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Known as an agriculturally-minded city in the heart of southern Washington, Goldendale is a peaceful and vibrant community with a lot going on. This strategically important Klickitat County seat is the region’s governmental hub, featuring many of the area’s best attractions. Goldendale is named for John Golden, one of the first homesteaders to make a new life in the region.

Since its incorporation in 1879, this small but busy community has been a major logging industry stronghold, although these operations have since ceased, taking a back seat to environmentally-based tourism. Between sweeping views of the glorious Cascade Mountains and a bevy of local attractions and museums, there are plenty of wonderful reasons to book an RV in Goldendale. Portland and The Dalles in Oregon are nearby city centers that offer a break from Goldendale when you need it, as well as a chance to see some amazing places in a larger city environment. As an added bonus, there are fabulous events and celebrations held in town throughout the year like the Klickitat County Fair & Rodeo, making it a versatile vacation destination, especially if you are using a Goldendale RV rental by owner.

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The Great Outdoors

There is a great deal of natural beauty to be found in the state of Washington, and the Pacific Northwest region in general, so naturally, many people choose to rent an RV near Goldendale in an effort to trek around and find some of the state’s hidden gems. Maryhill State Park is south of the city, giving you a chance to bring your Goldendale motorhome rental to the banks of the Columbia River. The park may be small, but it has plenty of space to swim, boat, and fish along the riverfront. You can also hike along the water’s edge or camp in picturesque campsites with your RV. The best part of visiting Maryhill State Park is the Maryhill Stonehenge, a full-scale replica of the ancient landmark in England.

Doug’s Beach State Park is another local hotspot for outdoor recreation, particularly for those who enjoy windsurfing and kiteboarding. The park is named for Doug Campbell, a professional windsurfer who helped build the sport from humble roots. Surprisingly strong winds and a wide-open river surface make it one of the premier locations for windsurfing in the entire country, although it is considered unsafe for anyone aside from expert-level surfers.

Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Washington and Mount Hood National Forest in Oregon are two of the region’s best-known wilderness areas, rivaling even the most famous national parks in the country as far as beauty and popularity are concerned. Mount Hood National Forest is named for Mount Hood, a massive towering mountain, one of the loftiest and most prominent stratovolcanoes in the country. Over a million acres of evergreen forest and subalpine meadows dotted with wildflowers comprise this sublime forest, and you can easily find a camping spot to utilize when you bring your Goldendale RV rental over the border into Oregon. Gifford Pinchot National Forest is a sprawling swath of land with several wilderness areas, recreation spots, campgrounds, and the infamous Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument. This incredible testament to nature’s fury is a sobering reminder of how powerful Mother Nature can truly be.

RV Parks

Goldendale has tons to offer, including a variety of campgrounds and RV parks within driving distance. Peach Beach RV Park is a waterfront park on the Columbia River, with hundreds of acres of treed land complete with hiking paths, swimming lagoons, and hidden beaches.

Bridge RV Park & Campground has both tent and RV camping, so you can rest comfortably in your Goldendale RV rental. Here you will find the usual amenity offerings, like wireless internet, restrooms, laundry facilities, and cable television.

Elk Meadows RV Park has cozy cabins and spacious campsites for larger RVs to rest comfortably. There are sports courts, event pavilions, and an open-air clubhouse for guests.

City Attractions

Goldendale is a pretty happening place considering it is located firmly in the countryside away from the state’s more populated areas. There is a lot to learn and see in this vacation destination, so be sure to check out places like the Maryhill Museum and the Presby Mansion when you rent an RV in Goldendale. The Maryhill Museum is an incredible mansion perched high above the Columbia River Gorge, with jaw-dropping views and an impressive showcase of artwork to match. Sweeping views of Mount Hood are supplemented by a trove of Native American artifacts and artwork, and one of the world’s largest Rodin sculpture collections.

The Maryhill Stonehenge is a spectacular stone replica of the Stonehenge in Europe, built to honor the fallen soldiers who perished in the first World War. The Stonehenge sits atop the river gorge, with some more incredible views of the region.

The Goldendale Observatory State Park has one of the country’s premier observatories, highly recommended for any astronomers or space lovers out there. Guests can stare into the cosmos, observing the stars in all their heavenly glory when taking a tour of the facility. There are even live music concerts and other events held at the state park, making it a pleasant place to visit when you are in the area.

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