1 Park near Parkdale, Oregon
Jun 2015 - $29.00
We stayed a week at a full hookup, back-in site. There were 2 camp hosts visible. Hosts were helpful with maps and trail information. Nice park with paved internal roads and paved level pads. Our site was surrounded mostly with dirt and dry grass but some sites had much more grass. Most sites were under and surrounded by trees. We had one of the few sites open to the sky. All full hookup sites are back-ins. Some partial hookup sites are pull-throughs but they're in another loop.
Verizon data and hotspot was practically non-existent. My cell was always roaming so we went into Hood River for Internet. No cable, no laundry. Water pressure was strong. No off leash dog park but plenty of places to walk dogs. Hookups were near the middle. Sites were spacious and included fire pits and picnic table. Their website has a map with the pad sizes of the different sites so if you have a large rig, print out the map to pick a site that will fit your rig. We noticed that the longest pad was always reserved. Self check-in only using the envelope system. Pay by check into a box, no debit/credit cards accepted. Hosts do not accept payment. Quiet park at night. Good place to disconnect and relax. - Flippitti
Apr 2015 - $29.00
This is a pretty park, but the camp hosts are rude and the price of a stay is too high for an affordable family outing. There are a few very nice waterfront sites. - Iron Girl
Apr 2014 - $22.00
A Hood River County owned and managed campground with 80 sites in 4 camping loops. 20 sites have full RV hookups, 40 sites have water and electric, 2 sites are for tents. There are 3 group tent sites. This is a forested area with lots of old growth cedar pines and many other types of trees and bushes. Open from April 1 to October 31 every year. There is a 14 day limit. They do take reservations. Campground hosts are on site. The fees are $18 for tent sites, $20 for electric/water sites, $22 for full hookups and $25 for the 5 sites on the river with water and electric. The only reason this place doesn't get a ten is poor Verizon reception and no satellite access due to trees. - Jim Sathe