Another hidden gem just a few miles off the interstate. Take the seven miles out and you will be rewarded with a very quiet and nice park. Some trails around the park and along the Willamette River.
Sites are paved and level, hookups in excellent shape. In the shoulder season only the loop in the back is open. Only a few trees there, while the other loop is completely shaded. Dump station on the way in/out.
we have earmarked this place for future stops when travelling the I-5. - TheSchweitzers
This is a great park for a one night stay in January on our way south. We had a large, pull-through site with electricity and water. Some sites have full services. Very quiet with no train or traffic noise. We will stay again. - Living Skies
This is a nice state park located not too far from Portland, and the Evergreen Aircraft and Space Museum, home of the Spruce Goose. Good AT&T wireless signal for voice and data. Electric and water only. Dump station can handle two rigs at a time. Sites were gravel and level. Not much privacy in this campground. Great bike riding on paved trails. Can’t ride bikes on unpaved hiking trails. Spaces closer together than we have experienced in state parks in other states. We would stay here again. - Tetrode