This park is not far from Portland, Oregon or the scenic attractions of the Columbia Gorge. It lies along the designated Wild and Scenic Sandy River in an extensive stand of old growth forest. The physical setting is beautiful and there are 12 miles of trails for exploring the forest and river banks. Be aware that the access road in and out of the park is very steep! Those pulling trailers need to use low gear and the road is not suitable for large RVs. There are no water, electric or sewer hook-ups in the park, nor is there a dump station. There are flush toilets and free hot showers. Although we thought the setting was beautiful and peaceful, we felt the price was steep for what you get. Campsites are $22 a night and there is a $5 entry fee just to get into the park. That made our one night stay $27 for what was basically a pretty primitive camp site. Also, there are no pets allowed in the park so this campground is not suitable for those with a pet. This campground is best suited to those camping in tents, camper vans, truck campers, or small trailers. It would appeal to families as there are plenty of trails for kids to explore and also some playgrounds and grassy fields for baseball games and the like. We'd probably not stay here again but look for something along the Gorge instead. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.