We stayed here 2 nights as part of our tour of the Columbia Gorge. When we arrived, we had a mechanical problem and the manager of the RV park was very helpful in advising a mechanic who could help us and called first thing the next day to see if it was possible to get our service done. Also, we were allowed to pitch a screen tent for myself & my dog as my husband took the vehicle into be serviced. What could have been a very negative experience was resolved satisfactorily and enabled us to enjoy the area. We would return to this campsite on our next trip to Oregon.
This is a gravel parking lot with hookups. Absolutely no privacy, and picnic tables were few and far between. The restrooms & showers are showing their age with wear. The only place to walk your dog is along a fence line on gravel. It was a "port in the storm" but that was about it. I can not see myself ever staying here again. They close at 2 p.m. on Saturday & Sunday???? what's that all about? We were left restroom keys and wifi information on a board and told to pay up in the morning. The office was to be opened at 8 a.m. - but it was 8:15 before anyone showed up. So much for an early start.