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29 RV Parks near Bonneville, Oregon
We did however find 29 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bonneville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bonneville in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $57.00
We stayed a week here. Very large campground, but spread out through the woods so doesn't look large. Very clean with lots of dumpsters spread around the park. Laundry accepts credit cards. Great water pressure. Limited cable TV, but adequate with Discovery, History, MTV, HGTV, and all the networks. Wifi is terrible and we were close to the lodge. ATT cell phones have a good signal. Store and café on site. Sandy OR is about 20 easy minutes away (2 lanes each direction). - akgourmet
Sep 2019 - $62.00
Very rustic and NO wifi or internet or satellite service Loved itLarge level site Very quiet. - manonthemtn
Aug 2019 - $1.00
This is a nice Encore park not far from Mt. Hood. We had a large site with lots of shade, so we used their cable instead of our Dish TV. The cable worked well but was missing some of our favorite channels. Our Verizon MiFi worked okay during the times when other people in the park were not trying to access the Internet, too. AT&T cell phones had no issues while we were here. We were disappointed in the lack of activities for adults. Usually, there are things like breakfasts or ice cream socials in Encore/Thousand Trails parks, but we had none of those activities here. We thought that might be because they are renovating the clubhouse, so look forward to maybe seeing more for adults on our next visit. - Bobbi1948
Jun 2016 - $30.00
A tiny gem right on the Columbia. Amazing riparian life in this area! Campground was well kept. If you are planning to camp here be mindful of the height restriction at the park entrance. - Janet H
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Best campground that I have ever visited because it has all of my favorite things within view. The Columbia River Gorge, trains and a brew pub with an excellent porter are all right here within a 500 yard walk. The sites are close together and the showers are stark but clean. Would love to spend more time here. - ditsyquoin
Sep 2015 - $28.00
This is a clean park with frequent, loud train noise from both banks of the Columbia River. The trains on the tracks adjacent to the park do not blow horns, but those on the Washington side do, and are quite audible.
Sites are narrow, near-level gravel, separated by grass strips. All have a picnic table. There are some trees but little shade. Voltage is good.
Roads are gravel in very good condition. With the park full, maneuvering would be tight.
There are two showers, one accessible. They are clean and private, but unheated. There's no way to adjust water temperature or the shower head.
WiFi is strong. I measured 1055.4 kB/s down.
Verizon LTE works well.
Staff are friendly and helpful.
No terrestrial broadcast TV or VHF weather radio. - wjzcbn
Sep 2019 - $35.00
As others have stated, there are MANY trains & they blow their horn each time. We were far enough away that it wasn't a big deal. What was annoying, we require ADA we were checked in, set up, and then discovered the ADA bathroom was closed for major repair. We spoke a few times to management prior to arrival. They were told we needed ADA and were assured we were very close to showers & bathroom. At no time did we hear the ADA bathroom was closed! I do not know if the ADA bathroom includes a shower, but the regular ones are very tight quarters and we could not get a wheelchair in, with LOTS of maneuvering, managed to squeeze the walker in so a seat could be created -sort of. The bench/shelf that folds down in the tiny dressing room had cigarette ashes in the folding part. Lots. It was an exhausting experience leaving the disabled of us completely out of it and in bed. The other aggravations revolves around the wifi. I get the warning not to stream, but calling folks data hogs? There was mostly empty spaces in the camp & we could not get youtube on to watch a how to on a repair we need to get done. It is nice and shady, the further from the tracks there seems to be some roomier back in sites. Drive throughs are usual lined and close. If one is not bothered by noise, can back in, and doesn't need ADA, then this is a great rv park. Oh also the dump is closed/ not working. We were there three days. Nobody worked on any of the issues. - KindOne
Aug 2019 - $49.00
This park is next to the main east-west railroad tracks. Trains go by every hour sometimes more. They have to blow the whistle to alert traffic. Car alarms are set off by the rumbling of the trains. During the day helicopters fly over and I-84 is very close. On a positive note there is a lot to see and do in the area. - GypsieGenoes
May 2019 - $46.00
Not far off of 84 but traffic noise was tolerable, the trains a different story, very close to the back of the park, we had a spot at the front. If you don't check out the park it can be a bit of a shock. We spent 3 nights for the holiday weekend. Park was packed and very noise, but the pull thru spots at the front were very roomy for a KOA. 50 amp electric worked as required, the trees prohibit satellite views but provide excellent shade. Overall an 8 as it is a jam packed KOA - davidpas548
Sep 2019 - $45.00
I can't really add to what has already been said. This is a beautiful setting but very noisy due to the highway and railroad being very close. We only stayed for one night so if we had been there longer we might have gotten used to the noise. Highway traffic does diminish after about 11:00 pm except for the occasional semi or kid with a tin can muffler and loud stereo. The trains go by several times but only last a few minutes. There is no campground host and contact with the owners/managers is by phone. Access to the campground is by gate with a code. The grounds are immaculate and the views are great. We used GPS and missed it the first time going by. The sign for the Resort blends in with the foliage. Turns in the resort are tight so not really big rig friendly (I have a 32' 5er and would not be comfortable if I had a 35' or longer rig.) Also, if you are traveling on WA-14 be aware there are tunnels east of this campground that have low clearance on the curb side so check before traveling this lovely highway. The top of the tunnels are rounded so there is clearance in the middle which forces you to hug the middle. The tunnels are short but if there is a logging truck coming at you it may get your heart pumping. - bobinidaho
Jul 2019 - $47.00
Beautiful park like setting, landscape was well done 6 rental homes and only a few rv spots set between the highway and the railroad track. The cove was beautiful. The property was first class. The noise was defiantly there. Trains run at night but they do not blow whistle at least. Ring ear plugs or sleeping pills, no issue. They had issues with WiFi service vendor while there. You are right on river in a private gated park with trees and hard for good cell so check with them if you work camp that WiFi issues have been resolved. Easy commute to Oregon side attractions - DarcysOnTheGO
Jun 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here for about three weeks. After the first night we decided to find a different campground due to the road and railroad noise which is pretty bad. BUT, we decided to stay and are so glad we did. We adjusted to the noise quickly.
This campground is a jewel. It's small and terraced and directly above the Columbia River. I so enjoyed our daily dog walks down to the river and back up again. There are coves with picnic tables and benches. There are places to swim (at your own risk) in the river. Pets are welcomed throughout the campground and down by the river.
The grounds are kept up nicely. Hook-ups are well maintained and up to date. Good steady electric and good water pressure. The hosts are wonderful people and very helpful. The laundry is clean. We were in site one nearest the office and laundry and were able to use our satellite with no problems. Good steady electric and good water pressure.
The town of Stevenson is just over a mile away and had a surprisingly well stocked grocery store. Go just another couple of miles and you can cross "The Bridge of the Gods" into Oregon which is perfectly fine to cross with your RV whatever the size. It's a 40 minute drive to Portland via I 84.
The only reason I didn't give this park a 10 is the noise but if you want to be near the river with gorgeous views and don't mind the noise this is the place for you. - RosieandThumper
May 2019 - $30.00
Pulled in Thursday afternoon, and found out they cant take cards, so had to scurry for $90 cash. Older park with established Landscaping and items of interest. Site was big, with nice landscaping, except for the nice crop of Poison Oak in the planters. They were painting the bathrooms, so not very clean at the time, but appeared that they would be nice when done. They also had Porta-Potties in a couple spots. No WiFi or Cable, but enough ATT service to use my Personal Hotspot. - DocWMB
Oct 2016 - $25.00
Not a lot has changed from previous reviews. An older park, some RVs are obviously long term (not well kept around them) while others are well kept. The short term sites all seem to be pull through w/ water and electric only. I think the sites are very narrow but do have wild shrubs, trees, etc separating the sites for privacy; however, we had trouble putting slide out without hitting a tree and it is very difficult to put chairs, grill , etc out. However, it had been raining when we arrived and we had lots of water on our site. The roads have recent new gravel, but we joked that our door mat might float away. Managers now seem to have regular hours and were friendly and helpful. - BandD
Aug 2011 - $20.00
This is more a trailer park than RV park. Sewer is for long term, monthly, only. There is never anyone in the office. Fill out the envelope and drop it in the slot. I was told when I called that the shower was free, it is not. I was also told you could get satellite reception from a rooftop mount dish, also not true. The stream is a rockbed, bone dry. Sites are not being maintained. Many firepits have beer cans and trash in them. Rule says dogs must be leashed, dogs are loose in park. 5mph speed limit is not enforced. Lots of dust. We enjoy trains, but this is ridiculous. It feels like the freight trains are coming right through the living room. - paxton
May 2017 - $20.00
Wyeth Campground is a USFS campground on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge. It is close to all of the fun stuff in the gorge, and is an excellent alternative to the state parks and private campgrounds. Like most forest service campgrounds, it has no hookups, no dump station, and no showers, but does have a restroom with flush toilets, and several water spigots. The campground is clearly marked no big rigs, 30 foot max. Our 25 footer had plenty of room. I think a 32 foot rig could get in, but anything larger would be really pushing it. There is a grassy overflow area that a big rig could get into if there weren't a lot of other campers. Sites are spacious and paved. Really nice. We reserved site #9, but when we got there, we found site 9 was on a steep enough slope that we didn't have enough leveling blocks to level. We switched to site #13, one of the walk-up sites, which was only about an inch out of level. The campground is heavily forested. Satellite and solar panels are never going to work. We didn't try the TV. Verizon and AT&T were both strong. The main problem with all the campgrounds in the gorge is the noise. I-84 goes down the Oregon side of the gorge, and there are train tracks on both sides. We could hear the freeway all the time, and frequent trains. We heard a few train whistles, but they were far enough away that they didn't bother us at all. My main complaint with this campground would be the price. It was $20/night for a site with no amenities. The campground was beautiful. The site was nice. But the price was a bit high for what you get. - AnnP
Oct 2019 - $18.00
Lots of landscaping improvements going on. Very convenient to highway 14. We had electric only. The full utility sites are normally $45, but Passport America discounts to 1/2 of that, so the cost is a bargain. Friendly staff. - Kontikiwa
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Management is very friendly. Park is right across from the Columbia River. Lots of trees. Park is kept up and very clean. - grdrod1
Oct 2019 - $50.00
Very nice shady park in Home Valley. If you are on a site close to the office, the Wi-Fi signal is good and the speed is excellent. However, no TV, no cable, no laundry. Laundromat in Stevenson. And also NO TRAIN NOISE! It is hard to find a RV park where you can have a quiet night's rest in the Portland area and the Columbia Gorge. Well ... here it is. - Bluesbirdy
Jul 2019 - $47.00
Beautiful and quiet little park situated on the Washington side of the Hood River. Lots of green trees and ferns growing all around our site. Best to have 4 wheel drive if pulling a trailer as the roads in the park are gravel and somewhat steep. Would definitely stay here again. - Eskie Mom
Jul 2019 - $43.00
The park is located on a hill 3 miles north of the Columbia River in Home Valley which is a few miles east of Stevenson. We were in a tree-lined full hook-up site. We felt like we were staying in a forested state park. The owners are very welcoming and familiar with the area. We will definitely stay here again in the future. - User1437
Jun 2018 - $10.00
Searching on-line for more information I found this: "Part of Beacon Rock State Park, the Woodard Creek Campground has five utility sites that provide electricity, water and sewer. Follow signs off Highway 14 (near mile post 34) to the watercraft launch area and follow the signs to the RV campsites. The sites have a maximum length of 40 feet and these campsites are open year round. The equestrian campsites, located at the equestrian trailhead, feature two standard sites that will accommodate a horse trailer each, a hi-line for horses, livestock water and a CXT vault toilet. There is no potable water and no electricity. Primitive camping fee applies. All campsites are first come, first served. Winter facilities at the moorage area include two tent sites, one shower and one restroom. Overnight moorage and the boat launch are available year-round." - JackSchmotzer