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Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $40.00
A well kept state park. Not very large but with full hook-ups. The rates are dependent on the particular site ("popular" sites are more expensive) and the day of the week ($3/day cheaper for mid week stays). Yes there is a watering schedule and it clearly states when each site will be watered and to clear your stuff off the watered area. The trains go by a couple of times an hour, on average. Only once did we hear one blow their whistle. Less well-insulated RV's may find it annoying. Highway noise was no worse than other parks situated near US Highways. The commercial campground next to the park has much closer-together sites. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $38.00
Nice park right next to the Columbia River. There isn't much to do, but the campsites are nice, with a good deal of shade in the northern part of the park. The campground is set up as a circle, with the back in sites on the inside of the circle and the pull through sites on the outside. It's very windy here, as the Columbia River gorge is famous for. There is a small swimming area cordoned off in the Columbia River, but it was too cold to swim in mid-June. There is a train that rolls through all night, every couple of hours. It sounds it's horn, but it wasn't too bothersome for me. I tend to be a pretty generous reviewer, and this is a simple campground, but it's a nice setting and was a nice stop after a long night of driving. They have a very large day use area next to the campground for large parties. You could host a pretty large gathering if you had several RVs traveling together. What I remember most about the site is how green everything was and the beautiful trees. Lots of room to walk the dogs and even take them through the largely unoccupied group/day use area. I wouldn't stay more than two nights (one night was perfect), but it's a nice place to rest in pretty open country. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $50.00
The sites are gigantic and it is steps from the Columbia River. The sunset was beautiful. For the $, though... the bathrooms are concrete with a drain in the middle of the floor, funky wooden stalls. It sort of looks like a penitentiary. The waste drains at the RV sites are ridiculous, hooking up to them with our standard hose was impossible. We had to have one person hold the hose while the other opened the gates. After draining, we closed the gates till the next time. We enjoyed the big grassy sites, but not the amenities. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $35.00
Nice park, sites are grouped in the center of the park with plenty of grass to wander around on. Very nice place to take kids, lots of room to run, play and ride bikes. Restrooms were well kept, staff was nice, camp host was excellent. No wi-fi, kind of nice to disconnect. When we were there in June there was a great fruit stand between the camp and the bridge. A little noise from the trucks transitioning to the bridge, but not enough to bother us. Would stay here again. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $42.00
Pretty grounds at this park: wooded with nice lawns. The sites are level and pretty large. The restrooms were clean and the park is tidy and well kept. There is a lot of noise from both the highway that runs along the park, and the trains that also abut the park. Very noisy. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $28.00
The park is easy to get to & from Interstate 84. The park was quiet, but there werenâ€™t a lot of campers since it was the off season. The interior roads and sites are paved. The road in the main loop is narrow. The pull through sites are on the outside of the main loop. There are only a few that are level & long enough to accommodate the combined unit (#2). The back in sites are on the inside of the main loop. They would be difficult to get into & out of due the angle & narrow road. They have full hook ups â€“ water, electricity (50 AMP), & sewer. They all had a campfire ring and outside table. Not much privacy between the sites. The main loop is shaded with trees everywhere. The trees encroach on some of the sites & portion of the road. Opening slides was easy in the site without tree encroachment. Some sites offer a view of the southern sky to get satellite reception. Verizon internet reception was good. No designated pet area. There were sufficient paved roads & paths to walk the dogs. There were bag dispensers around the park to pick up waste. Geese adopted the area so there was fecal matter around the grass & walkways. The park is satisfactory for a short stay while traveling along I-84 but only in a few sites. We would stay here again if traveling through the area. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $42.00
We didn't stay here but perused it for future use. We found a beautiful park with well spaced level sites with lush green grass that are well shaded by deciduous trees. Restroom/showers appeared clean and well maintained 53 sites have FHU while the rest are unserviced tent sites, well separated from the RV sites. It is adjacent to both RxR tracks and Hwy 97 so some noise can be expected. No Wi-Fi or cable and a high price brought the rating down. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $42.00
I am very disappointed with Maryhill. We have stayed here numerous times and always had a wonderful experience. This time it was quite different. The showers were too hot to stand under and after paying over $40 for one night I thought having to pay was unreasonable. Wonder what this $5 deposit for non residents is when you make a reservation? Sites looked like they needed some serious attention, scorched grass and lots of prickly weeds. The site we had was a pull through full hook up, but the sewer connection could not be used as it was too high and the site sloped down so we had to use the dump on leaving. I was also disappointed to see loose dogs running around the park. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $31.00
This is a fantastic park. This is the third time we've been here, and would come again. Sites are large, spaced out, with a lot of grassy areas and trees for shade. It can be windy, especially right on the river,so be prepared. But it's fun to watch the wind surfers on the Columbia! Great views of the river. Everything is very clean, well cared for, and it has been very quiet each time we've been here. There is a very nice day-use area, with a beach and picnic areas. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $32.00
Clean, well maintained state park on the Columbia River. Sites are very open with little vegetation for privacy, but with very many tall, beautiful, excellent shade trees. These trees are very pretty in the Fall when we've been here. This park is near the railroad & truck traffic of US97 and, although the sound of these can get loud, it was tolerable to us. There are lots of easy pull-through sites. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $28.00
Large spots, easy access. The only downsides are highway and train noise. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $28.00
This year-round, extremely popular 99-acre RV and tent campground has 4,700 feet of waterfront on the magnificent Columbia River in Klickitat County on Hwy. 97 between SR 14 and (Exit 104) Interstate 84 in Oregon. Off season rates for full hookups are $28 (cash or check). We were there mid-week, and about half of the 50 RV sites were occupied. Only downside was constant road noise and nighttime railroad traffic. Suggest reservations during warm months. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $41.00
The price reflects the 'extra charges' for non-resident recreation fee and a 'web fee' to make your reservation. Other than that, we loved this park! The spaces are so big and generous and you aren't on top of the next person. We had a dog and pup with us traveling and they absolutely loved the rolling in the grass and getting some running in after their toys! Each spot had a grill and picnic table, gravel level sites, asphalt roads through out. Didn't use the restrooms but to walk into, appeared clean and well kept. Workers around all the time. It was our first entrance into Washington and would definitely stay here again if we could!! The view on the River was gorgeous and saw a riverboat come through; the drive up the Gorge was scenic. Be sure to visit Maryhill Winery and get to the Hill Historic Mansion, and Stonehedge. The views are nice with lots of history and it's worth visiting them. Close to Goldendale for fuel, etc. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $28.00
Very clean, lots of space between sites the area is one huge lawn and full of trees with shade. Problem is the train runs along the campground all day and all night and HWY 97 is on the downslope so you hear the trucks jake-brakes! You are right on Columbia River and next to hwy 97 bridge to cross over to Oregon. You need to make reservations ahead of time but they do take first come first serve for that night if site is available prior to 2:00 p.m. If nothing is available there is another campground right next door which we found out later. We would camp here again good for 1 night layover. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $33.00
Campground is as described by others. Nothing to do here though if you don't swim or boat, or windsurf. Nice park if you are just looking for a place to sleep. Clean and green. We camped at Maryhill State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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