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Columbia River in Woodland, WA

RV Camping Near Portland, OR.

Come join us right on the Columbia River, just 22 miles north of Portland, Oregon in Woodland, Washington. A quiet getaway on ten acres of beautifully maintained property right on the sandy beach of the Columbia River.

Find Us

Just far enough from Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA to avoid the noise, yet close enough to enjoy all the city sights.

Our Rates

A peaceful getaway along the river, with a  beautiful view, at a comfortable price.

Our Amenities

Free Wifi & TV

Our WIFI system was updated in 2019 and is available to all. Registered Guests at no additional charge. Plus a great TV reception, with antenna, for local stations.

Site Features

Full hook-up: water, sewer, and electrical. Large-Rig friendly up to 45 feet Pull-through up to 85 feet long.

Community Spaces

Come and meet other campers under the covered deck with a gas BBQ Grill, Fire Pit, and comfortable Dining Area. Dogs have three acres of on-leash play in the designated pet area.

Stunning Nature Views

From your RV site experience the ships quietly passing by and the birds of prey circling above, enjoy stunning views of the river, Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams. Make the most of sunrise and sunset with long walks along the sandy shoreline.

Outdoor Entertainment

A great lawn area for kite flying, playing horseshoes, and bocce ball.

Convenience Store

Our Park Store is here to help if you’ve run out of any of the essentials including Propane.

Pool

Our heated, saline swimming pool is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

Laundry & Showers

Clean and new coin operated machines. Mens and womens showers and restrooms in pristine condition.

Propane Available
ADA Accessible

Plan Your Visit

Come join us right on the Columbia River, just 22 miles north of Portland, Oregon in Woodland, Washington.

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