This park is a bit back from the main road, but if you read reviews of other parks in the area this is worth it. Anything near the river gets both traffic as well as railroad noise. Do not be alarmed when your GPS takes you further back in the woods. You will be grateful to be this far back from the main road. The sites stair step up the hill. With that and the trees and shrubs between them, they seem fairly private. It was not very full when we were there though, and the adjacent sites were empty. For those of us with Tiny Trailers it is a fairly long and steep trek to the rest room, but they are clean and well tended. We called the morning of our stay and easily got a space but be careful. One of the high seasons in this area is when the salmon are running, so beware that they shortly expected to be full in late April during the run. I would stay again. This is a good jumping off point to explore the Gorge, Hood River, and the Merryhill Art Museum. Don. Sacramento
This is in a rustic area 3 miles up the hill from the Columbia River. It's owned and managed by a young couple who go out of their way to make sure that all is OK. There are some full hook up sites and some tent sites as well as a playground for children. We stayed 4 nights in our travel trailer. We would definitely stay here again.