RV Parky indicated they had TV. They don't. I have initiated a change to the listing. They do have wi-fi, if you are near the bathrooms.
Pricey! Grass sites right on the river. Sprinklers at night. Close spaces. Really clean showers! Super nice hosts. No dumps at sites, but available.
Right on the Columbia River and adjacent to a state park. Nice small beach on a small cove. Good shade, green grass, well kept. Trees and location shield you from the normal winds on the river. Can hear the Interstate traffic and train from across the river when sitting outside, but not bad at all. Be sure to hit up the fruit stand across the street for what's in season. Best cherries, apricots, and peaches around.
We are so pleased with this site that we've decided to stay longer. We're right on the river and there is a perfect area for the kids to swim. We're right next to the state park which has a larger swimming hole as part of their day use area. There is a fresh fruit stand and winery within walking distance. It's $30 per night for our site with water and electric. I could only hear the train faintly in the distance. Not bothered by it at all.
When we pulled into the park, I was actually impressed. It was well kept, the prices were right and the view was nice. I paid my money and got a nice drive through. About a half hour later the first train went by, blaring its horn; and that is how it was all night. Woke up with every train and they didn't just give a short honk.... It was repeated blares. Needless to say, I won't return or recommend it.
The park is actually very nice. Well maintained with level, gravel sites. Mostly back-in with 9 pull-throughs. Pull through sites are W&E only as are some of the back-ins. But there are lots of back-ins with W,E&S. Reasonable price and right on the Columbia River. And yes, you do hear the trains. However, you will have trains anywhere you camp along the Columbia, you just have to accept that. If you hate trains at night, don't stay along the Columbia River Gorge. Trains on both sides of the River. But, if you can live with that, this is a great site and right by the only free bridge across the river from I-84. I'd recommend it to anyone except light sleepers.
Perfect - right on the river, trains are in the area, but no biggie- clean, well kept, very friendly - thanks!
Echo previous posts. 20 miles from The Dalles but nice drive along the Columbia Gorge. Trains didn t bother us. Would stay here again, definitely.
Beautiful RV Park, pull through gravel level spots, nice owners, beautiful state park next to the RV Park with a boat launch