Fifteen per person, minimum $30. We had to pay $45 because our daughter was with us. Poor signage, office is in a variety of places, depends on time of day. Narrow sites, slide encroached on neighbors picnic table. Overpriced for what you get. Our neighbors had a trailer and a tent, 5 people, $75 a night. Oh, the price of a Black Sabbath concert. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a resort at all: the pool is falling apart, the tables haven`t seen a coat of paint in years. Had large stray dogs come into my campsite, even a lose pit bull. It's crazy here, watch out if you have a little doggy. This place shares with working campers, some of their trailers are just junk. I'm going to avoid these campgrounds that have full time residents that don't look after their sites and let their dogs run lose. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Huge and empty, except for extended-stay (which are all at one end of the park) and on weekends where there's a concert at the Gorge. WiFi is available at the office/general store. Two restaurants within walking distance, but that's about it. Wonderful view of hills and the Columbia. Not too much noise from Interstate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good campground in a pinch. Very expensive - $40/2 per night, plus $20 per night for each additional person. Several pull-thru sites, although not very level. Pool looks like it has been out of commission for quite some time, but there is access to boat ramp and riverside park across the street. Small grassy sites, most with picnic tables and fire rings. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Maybe in 2003 it was a good park (per the one previous review), but as of 2009, it's rather run down. It's full of perms and mobile homes. The rate I am showing is the rate with taxes. I paid cash, I do not know if credit cards are accepted. The former KOA buildings are still there (with laundry and indoor pool), but it doesn't appear that they are used. (Maybe in the summer, but they were not being used in March, when I was there.) You check in to the park at a grocery store next door. The park is terraced, and it appears they leave the top terrace for the over nighters. However, there were lots of open places in the lower terraces. I would have preferred to be there, less exposure to the wind (I stopped here to get out of the horrible winds that sometimes go through this area in the spring, making it hard to drive). Plus, I got here on a Sunday and nothing is open, to include the grocery store where you check in. However, if you ring the doorbell, someone will check you in. The laundry room in the old KOA building had a sign saying "open daily [specified hours]" but the door was locked. Although there are many very tall trees here for shade, the trees didn't help with the wind! Also, good luck finding the sewer connection, it's buried in the grass somewhere. I had to run my hand through the grass to find it. Although I said "no" to wireless being available, I did detect a couple of "unsecured" wireless hookups with limited signal, but I don't think they belonged to the park. If you have a Verizon air card, it will work off and on. At these prices, it is cheaper than a very nice state park three miles away. I would use this place only for a very desperate and cheap overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice place. Former KOA and still needs some work. Tried two campsites before I found one that the dump wasn't broken. Kind of noisy, but that's because Vantage is a popular place on the Columbia River to camp. Stayed one night and will probably stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.