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My first visit to rooster Rock State Park.....a gorgeous sunny, warm day. I hiked out to the east end of the park to soak up some rays. A wide variety of people from all different persuasions had the same idea. The park is big enough...More
Due to a full parking lot at Multnomah Falls, we exited the freeway at Rooster Rock State Park in order to pay $5 to park and take the hourly shuttle to the falls. While waiting for the bus, we walked down to the Columbia River...More
Cruising up the Gorge to checkout the fall colors, we stopped off in Rooster Rock State Park. Its large and expansive parking lots and picnic areas were almost abandoned, unlike the summer months when it is crowded with beach goers and picnickers. The spectacular fall...More
Little child’s playground, some picnic tables and mostly parking spaces. You see the Columbia River and can take some nice pictures. This is the area that you can get the shuttle to go to to the Monmouth Falls. Parking is $5.00 (rip off). Nothing special...More
This beautiful state park located on the Columbia Gorge is home to one of Oregon's legal clothing optional beaches. This clothing optional beach is shard by nudists, kite boarders, wind surfers, fishermen, hikers and others.
The Park Rangers are visible and friendly. The park is...More
This was not an accidental venture. I was visiting from out of town, and I went with a local resident who knew all about the park. There is nothing profane or inappropriate about this place: all the adults who choose to go... More
This was not an accidental venture. I was visiting from out of town, and I went with a local resident who knew all about the park. There is nothing profane or inappropriate about this place: all the adults who choose to go make the choice. There are plenty of signs delineating the clothing optional area, and there are all kinds of people there: men, women, couples, groups, singles, friends, gay, straight, all body sizes and shapes and colors, etc. The clothing-optional part of the beach is registered and maintained by a national association for nudists, and it feels safe and clean. To me, respecting those choices and giving a space for people to enjoy recreation without clothes is, in fact, a value for tolerance and diversity and teaches us to accept our bodies without shame.