Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $44.00
This is a lovely park, only 35 to 40 spaces. The staff are exceptional. We experienced a problem with the 30 amp power breaker and our power kept going off which was not good in the over 90 degree heat. I spoke to a very nice young man who was able to call their electrician on the property and by the time we came back from dinner the problem had been solved and we were able to keep our unit cool. They even left a nice type written note explaining what the problem was and how it was fixed. We would definitely return to this park again. It's also perfect for exploring Hood River. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Explore and enjoy the town of Hood River especially the many wineries that are in the area. Marchesi winery is a wonderful place to begin.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $20.00
Park is attractive and easy to access. One must cross the very narrow Hood River Bridge, however, to get here conveniently, and the crossing is scary and gut wrenching. The trains run very close to the park and run though the night. Might wish to park on the non-train north side of the park. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $44.00
Stayed here for one night on our way home from Crater lake and the Oregon Coast. Nice spot. Friendly staff. Wi-fi and cable were good. Train noise was not a problem at all in our spot (#4). Spot's were snug but adequate. Ours had some grass and a picnic table as well. Restroom facilities were very good but with the higher nightly rate we found it a little chintzy to be charging for showers. On the other hand the showers were very clean and the water pressure was good. We didn't read the reviews about not taking the Toll Bridge to cross over from Hood River. We made it unscathed but certainly wouldn't recommend taking that route (for almost all but the smallest rigs) to get to the campground. We would stay here again. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $45.00
Very nice park, a little cramped however, making it a little hard to maneuver with a towed vehicle. Camp host was very helpful and friendly. Very well maintained facilities. The only downside is that it is right next to the Union Pacific Railroad mainline, with trains going by about every 20 minutes, but they seemed to be much less frequent during the night and we slept like rocks. Tip: do not access this RV Park from the Oregon side by going over the Hood River Bridge...It is so narrow that our RV's side mirror was clipped by an oncoming truck. Use the "Bridge of the Gods" which is several miles downriver between Cascade Locks, OR and Stevenson, WA. We also felt the nightly rate was a little high. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Great location! Road is wide enough for 45 footer to make turns but sites are tight unless you are able to get #15, 17, 19, 21 or 30. We had 15 and it was perfect. Good Wi-Fi, nice view of river. Trains going by were not a problem. Hood River Bridge is doable for those not faint of heart. Try early in the morning before much traffic. We had no problem. Nice personnel. Everything clean. Large dog area. We have been here before & will return again. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Heed the RV park's advice and approach the park from the Washington side on Highway 14 if you have a big rig. The Hood River bridge is one of the narrowest bridges ever, barely enough room for passenger cars. It's also a toll bridge and will set you back a dollar every time you cross it. You still have to navigate one narrow bridge and about five tight tunnels on Highway 14. Too bad because I-84 on the Oregon side is so much quicker and easier. The park is small. Check in area is a little narrow and congested. Site pads are a bit small and toads are parked as best as they can along the front or back of sites. The park is a bit noisy, with highway traffic on one side and train traffic on the other. The sites are somewhat level. Utilities, cable and WiFi very good. Most all sites seemed well positioned for satellite. The staff is very nice and runs a tight ship. Great pet area. Restrooms modern and very clean early but could have used a freshen up as day went on. Nice laundry. Would stay here again. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
First, heed the words of wisdom regarding not coming in over Hood River bridge. While it is passable, it would be hard on the nerves after a day of pulling. The entrance to the park, as well as some of the turns within the park are tight, but again possible. We travel in a 39' fifth wheel and were able to maneuver successfully. The park itself is quite nice. All the spaces are paved with greater than average spacing between sites with trees. There is a picnic table at each site. Everything is well maintained with attention to detail. The bathrooms require a code and are clean. While we didn't use the showers, they do take quarters to use them. There are laundry facilities on site too. The owner and his son are quite pleasant as are others who work here. Yes, there are trains, but it's not that bad, and I'm noise sensitive. You are on a river and most rivers I've seen do have train tracks on them. Given the fact you are in a gorge, a lot of people and transportation share the same space. You are right off the main highway, so there is some highway noise for all the reasons I stated earlier. There's a wall between the road and the campground. This is the nicest campground in this area. They provide cable in their pricing as well. There's a very nice dog park too. The Wi-Fi is usable with hardly any loss in bandwidth when the park is full. We liked it so much we extended our stay. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Would give it a 10 but there is a train that runs in the back that goes by regularly. We had a back-in at site 15, which was so nice. You could see the Columbia River. There are nice shade trees and lots of grass. Nice dog area. The owner will tell you to not go over the Hood River Bridge....it is quite intimidating. We went over Garden of the Gods Bridge and went the 20 more miles on Rt. 14. Actually wished we had been on 14 the whole time because the views are really nice of the Gorge. If you come from the east, go over the bridge at Dallesport. It's free and plenty wide enough. Wished we had stayed longer but it is a small campground so reservations are important, especially on weekends. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Rate paid is based on a one week stay. Roads and sites are paved and each site has a picnic table. Very clean and pretty RV park. Spaces are rather close together. Wifi was decent except at peak usage times. Good 4G Verizon signal. Excellent location. The negatives are: very noisy highway 14 and it is not possible to walk anywhere from this park unless you want to walk on the highway. If we were to stay here again we would request one of the sites on the back row which are furthest from the highway but closest to the train tracks. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $48.00
Clean, friendly park. Level sites, great pet run area. Hood river bridge quite narrow and $2-$3 toll depending on length. Good wi-if, very clean restrooms, mini-mart store & gas pumps next door. Park is between train tracks and Hwy 14; if you want quiet, this isn't the place. Convenient to Hood River area. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $42.00
Clean well run park with great staff. We have stayed here 3 or 4 times now as it's a great base for exploring the Columbia Gorge. You need to like trains like we do because they run frequently and are nearby. Yes, the $1 toll bridge is narrow and has a metal grate deck. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $42.00
The bridge leading to park is EXTREMELY narrow and will give you white knuckles. Not recommended for big rigs. Park is very clean, but showers require quarters! Park hosts were very helpful. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $42.00
Best small (our preference) independently owned park we have ever stayed! Wi-Fi never failed us. Strong. Lots of good cable T.V. Channels, but we almost didn't get that. She remembered to tell us the site we were assigned, did not have cable so we changed. Yes, there is the train (no whistle like in the southwest) and yes, a five minute shower cost 50 cents, but it is a well run place. Extremely helpful staff. Bathrooms large and very clean! It would be nice to have shelves in the shower (and of course a hand held shower head) but not a deal breaker! Bridge to Hood River costs $1 every time, which was annoying, but not the RV parks fault. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $42.00
The toll bridge leading to park is EXTREMELY narrow. Not recommended for big rigs. Park is very clean, but showers require quarters! Park hosts were very helpful. We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.