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This is a classic state park, with flush toilets, pay showers, and a boat ramp. The RV and tent loops are separate, which is nice. The adjacent day use area has big lawns, picnic shelters, and a swimming beach. The only downside to this campground...More
This campground is nicely laid out with large sites. It was pretty quiet in September. There is a large day use area along with a boat lunch if that’s your thing, a swimming area, playground and picnic areas. Unfortunately it’s in a hot part of...More
We drove into Maryhill State Park on a Sunday evening during the week of the Fourth of July. It wasn't entirely clear to us how to sign in (we had reserved a campsite online) and it looked as though someone else's name was on the...More
Expansive is the word for this state park. Not much shade and it gets hot in the summer, but the Columbia River us right there. Windsurfing yourself or just watching others go skummun over the water. It is very picturesque and peaceful. There are good...More
The drive is long (from Seattle), and when you get to the Stonehenge, it's very windy and desolate. It's good for what it is: Beautiful view of the Columbia River, and the structure itself is impressive. But there's not much else to do after that.
About 50 RV sites with both pull-thur and back-in sites (tent sites too). Well spaced between sites but close to loop road. Some shade from large trees. W/E and sewer available. Can make reservations during regular camping season but first come, first served after mid-Sept....More
I just wanted to update my last review with another stay at this state park..... this time we got a site along the water and the train noise was a bit better. This was on the 3 day weekend in February and the park was...More
We were camped nearby and strolled through the overnight and day use areas. Nice park on the bank of Columbia. There is a nice beach with safety rope for swimmers. A few pups were having a good swim. Good boat ramp with ample parking.