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29 RV Parks near Washougal, Washington
We did however find 29 campgrounds within 25 miles of Washougal. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Washougal in the left hand column.
May 2019 - $50.00
This is a very nice park with reasonable space between rigs. The landscaping is very nice with a fountain pond and ducks. Nice flowers. There are many permanent residents in the lower sections but transients are together on the upper tier. We were glad because there is quite a steep hill leading to the other tiers. We would worry about scraping our tail end. We had an issue with the camp host we parked next to not picking up after his dog and having it run into our site off leash. A camp host is supposed to be the epitome of a camper. These folks missed that mark. We left a nice note and a whole roll of doggie bags. Those had no impact but a visit to the office did correct the problem. Again, this park is very nice. Not fault of their own and nothing they can do about it but it is very noisy. There is a road and a busy highway at the front of the park and a train (no whistle) at the backside. There were also folks with loud diesel pick-up trucks coming/going in the middle of the night. Would stay for an overnight trip again but not much more. - FT Travelers3
Aug 2018 - $50.00
We were last here 5 years ago and were not overly impressed by this large park but wanted to be east of Portland to make the start of our Columbia River Gorge drive easy. We just made the RV age limit and had a level, pull through, FHU with cable site that was satellite friendly. It was near the front of the park and, thus, close to the office, bathrooms, laundry, and pool. As others have noted, the majority of sites are for extended stay customers. Unlike last visit, the bathrooms we used were clean. The laundry was modern and reasonable. I don't understand why a park this big has such a small pool. I did not see any recycling. - Jerry S
Aug 2018 - $50.00
This is a very nice park with level sites that are somewhat close, some have shade and others are full sun, full hookups, cable or ota channels, very good WiFi, good ATT cell signal and a nice pool...Check in was very nice and the showers are very clean as well as the park itself...the laundry is excellent as u can use your debit card to pay for the $2 washer or $2 45 min dryer no hassle with quarters and have your cell phone text you when the washer or dryer is done...this is a very large RV Park that is big rig friendly and has 3 different levels...you can also wash your RV for $5, a nice thing if your take the time like we did....a lot of shopping, restaurants near by, close to I84 and a nice drive to the Falls or Mt Hood...sometimes a park like this is nice relief from the dirt and grass of a state park with no cable or WiFi....we would stay here again if in the area.... - smoky40
Oct 2018 - $60.00
Our site was not raked, fire pit had wine bottle, papers plastic stuff. Was just long enough our 36 5th wheel, had to park along the road. No other area to park your vehicle. Power, water and sewer all good. Except the cable cord was just barely sticking out of the ground next to power center. Almost didn't think there was cable have never seen anything like that. This is also a thousand trails so they stop by to tell you about it. Noise from Hwy 27 is loud as the back in is right on the hwy. Was ok late at night. Site somewhat level. Check in was easy. I did complain regarding the dirty fire pit and they came right away and cleaned it up. It's an attractive location we needed something that had cabins because we had friends staying along with us. Would not recommend the tiny houses they offer our friends not much room. Oh RV site came with stink bugs and were still killing them after 3 days. Which you have no control over this in a forest area. - margeandbob
Oct 2018 - $55.00
This park was very busy for staying in the middle of the week. A bit nosier then we expected. The spots are not very level, but not horrible. We have stayed at other "Thousand Trails" park and this was a very nice compared to the others. The spots are larger and seemed to be better planned out in the park. The employee were very nice and welcoming. The person at the check in did say that the park was going to get some upgrades but the process is very slow. The showers are on the scary side; inside the restrooms, which did not have a working lock, no lock on the shower doors, shower heads are very old. It bothered my husband so much he stood outside and waiting for me. - GreyShadow
Sep 2018 - $62.00
We had a back- in FHU site. We were disappointed in the cleanliness of our site. The fire ring had a large amount of cigarette butts and other debris. The site was muddy, making it difficult to get into/out of our vehicle. We have camped extensively, but our first at a Thousand Trails/Encore park. We expected a pristine park for the amount charged, which was very high for a weekday stay in the fall. - User3295
Oct 2018 - $47.00
Agree totally with the previous review. This park is about 2 blocks from town so easy walk to bars and antique shops. Factory outlets a very short drive away so this is a "city park" and one expects it to be less spacious than other parks away from town. Sightseeing and historic highway 30 is just around the corner. Be sure to see Crown Point then on to Multnomah falls. - Idletime
Oct 2018 - $47.00
All sites are 60' long, with adjacent parking spot big enough for a full size crew. Roads are wide and blacktop, all RV sites are concrete and level with FHU, and are approx 22' total width. Wifi is free and decent. AT&T 2-3 BARS/LTE giving 35 MB using Hotspot. Some previous reviews complain about full timers, which I usually don't like. But all the RVs in this RV park are modern, very nice or like new. Some other reviews complained about difficult approach from 84, that has been remedied with a new entrance and directions on their website from exit 16 from 84. This route is easy and no problems with our 43' A class plus tow. This RV park is walking distance to restaurants and shopping, and on Historic Route 30 for all the tourist spots without having to deal with busy Portland traffic congestion. Before booking and staying at the park, I tried for over a week to book a site at another RV Park. It took several calls a day for 8 days before someone answered the phone, and then told me they were fully booked with permanent campers for October. It is a few miles from Sandy Riverfront RV Park, so I drove there and took a look around their campground. I am so glad they were full and I stayed at Sandy Riverfront, because this campground is 1000% better and nicer. We would definitely stay here again. - JeffK
Sep 2018 - $47.00
Older park in very nice condition. Follow directions on website for easy driving access. Office folks very friendly and helpful at check in. Our site was a back in along the creek with plenty of room; site had an extra parking pad, so there was no street parking throughout the park. Many long termers here, but all have very nice 5th wheel or motorhomes. Our neighbors were from Florida and they spend the summer here visiting family and escaping Florida summer heat/humidity. That's the type of long termers here, not people in run down trailers and kids on bikes. Yes, there is a train track nearby but apparently there is only one intersection that it must toot its horn, so you really don't hear it. Yes, this area is near the airport but we never heard planes during the night time. We thought it was a nice, quiet park. Showers very clean. We didn't use the HD cable box and instead used our antennae and got about 50 channels; that met our needs. Good dog walking area to the left as you enter the park. Overall we enjoyed our 3 night stay and when we return to this area next time, we will definitely choose this RV Park again. - Scott V
Oct 2018 - $20.00
DO NOT TAKE EXIT 22 IF YOUR RV IS OVER 26 FEET. The exit is "Corbett Hill" and has a 10% grade (up) and very curvy. Larger RVs could have trouble. Use Exit 18 and follow the Historic Columbia River Hwy. Exit 18 has a 13'10" bridge but any RV should clear that. This is a small, but neat and clean RV park. Most of the RVs are seasonal or permanent but it is not junked up. Each site is tidy. Crown Point RV Park is in a very small town (Corbett) just a little way out of Gresham/Portland. Even though you're very close to the city, you are definitely in the country. It is located right on the Historic Columbia River Hwy so, no matter which you drive out of the park, you will have beautiful views and Mt Hood looms in the background. The roads and sites are gravel with grass in between. It does not feel crowded - there is elbow room between the sites. The Wifi worked really well the first couple of days but then started to fall off. Verizon cell signal was really good and utilities worked just fine and were in a position. There is a little road noise from the Historic Columbia River Hwy but not too bad. We would come back. - jomark
Oct 2017 - $20.00
The family managing this park provides top notch customer service and that's why I'm rating so high. This was hands-down our best experience communicating with RV park staff. She returned voicemails as soon as possible. We checked in after office hours, but the daughters came up to greet us and got us in the right spot. Welcome packet was taped to our electrical box and included a hand-written note and some goodies. Husband brought our package that had been delivered that day to us even though it was after their office-hours. When we paid the next morning, she provided us a number of good suggestions of things to do. Stayed two nights; wish it could have been longer. Sounds like it can be hard to get a site here as 70% are long-term. Park is smaller, quiet, and well kept. We were in site 16 which was next to the fence by the exit. Plenty of space for our 40' fifth wheel and truck. There was a nice big grassy area between us and the next site down, and the managers graciously let us park our extra vehicle/trailer in the grass. We did not feel cramped at all. Luckily there was no RV site across the road from our site so that made it easier for backing in and getting out. When we plugged our EMS box into the 50-amp it gave us a notice about faulty ground, so we plugged into the 30-amp and had no problems. (I think now that our EMS was the issue). Water/sewer worked as desired. Trees around, but none that would scrape the RV. The entrance to the park can be a bit tricky - it's pretty much one lane, you go between a building and a fence. You may need to take up both lanes of the highway to turn in, but light traffic on this road. We did NOT take exit 22 off I-84 and are glad. The grade is uphill heading towards the park and there are many tight turns. Exit 18 was easier; there is one narrow curve down the road a bit after you exit and you feel like you want to take up both lanes. You go under a bridge and you can't see oncoming traffic so just be cautious. - FrozenWaters
May 2017 - $26.00
This is a very small park in a great location for sightseeing. Getting to the park has it's challenges. One option is a 1.5 mile 10 percent grade hill and the other is a narrow, curvy, two-lane road for 7 miles. Neither ideal for a big rig but I did it in low traffic time of day. It's easiest to get into the park by going through the fire station parking lot. Discuss all of this when making a reservation. I called way ahead and got the best site in the park - a long pull-thru, FHU with 50 amp. Not many are open for satellite but this one is. All utilities were great and free Wifi was excellent. Strong Verizon signal. All sites looked pretty level but I don't know the hookup situation at others. Office staff is excellent - friendly, helpful, flexible. Rate is partial Passport America for a week stay. - cwier
Aug 2015 - $35.00
I've visited here many times over the last 11 years and if never seems to change...except they keep raising the nightly/weekly rates. WiFi is email and FB speed only, short term pads are broken up and tilt to the right (uncomfortable during showers and stuff), cable requires box, with a $50 deposit (refundable), and then doesn't work (OTA is OK though), bathroom is clean but it's 100 yards away, and requires a key ($5 deposit...refundable). All in all, I would not stay here if it wasn't so conveniently close to my friends living in the area...
When I'm lucky, and a good pad opens up, I stay here for weeks at a time. But that was last year and years past when the weekly was $180, now it's freaking $220. Really, place isn't worth that. - User35
Aug 2014 - $40.00
The place is rundown with 99 percent permanent residents. The pads are terribly un level and narrow. The manager is an older woman with a nasty attitude. Don't waste your time stopping here - Doctorlock
Jun 2012 - $30.00
Price was OK for the area and what you get. Office personal was very dramatic and every request and change seemed to frustrate her. Most sites are permanent residents. Laundry and restrooms are clean and nice. Most spots have trees, making it difficult for satellites to receive. We would not stay here again if we could find another place. - JoyceG
Sep 2016 - $27.00
This park is tucked away in the woods. Quite a drive to get here with the last mile being very steep downhill. Then it is another three miles from the entrance to the camping area. Rate is actually 22$ but the mandatory 5$ entry fee makes it 27$ for dry camping. The sites are on the small side on dirt and pea gravel. Mostly unlevel too. Privacy is ok with reasonable spacing between sites. Very quiet location. Be aware of the "No pets" and "No alcohol" rules. They mean it.
We liked it for the quietness and if the weather was nicer we would have made good use of all the trails in the forest or maybe tried a few casts on the river. - TheSchweitzers
Jun 2014 - $22.00
This park is not far from Portland, Oregon or the scenic attractions of the Columbia Gorge. It lies along the designated Wild and Scenic Sandy River in an extensive stand of old growth forest. The physical setting is beautiful and there are 12 miles of trails for exploring the forest and river banks. Be aware that the access road in and out of the park is very steep! Those pulling trailers need to use low gear and the road is not suitable for large RVs. There are no water, electric or sewer hook-ups in the park, nor is there a dump station. There are flush toilets and free hot showers. Although we thought the setting was beautiful and peaceful, we felt the price was steep for what you get. Campsites are $22 a night and there is a $5 entry fee just to get into the park. That made our one night stay $27 for what was basically a pretty primitive camp site. Also, there are no pets allowed in the park so this campground is not suitable for those with a pet. This campground is best suited to those camping in tents, camper vans, truck campers, or small trailers. It would appeal to families as there are plenty of trails for kids to explore and also some playgrounds and grassy fields for baseball games and the like. We'd probably not stay here again but look for something along the Gorge instead. - BruceandKathyWA
Oct 2014 - $15.00
10 level sites. Good location easy off and on freeway. Without full hookup I cannot give any site more than 8. But it is a good place other than that issue. - Gilbert & Gail
Mar 2017 - $35.00
I agree this is not a park for large RVs. And not for small dogs. The dog area is fenced with cyclone on one side and tall, dense blackberry bushes on the other. I thought of coyotes, raccoons and skunks hiding in wait, so I did not let my miniature pinschers off-leash while they did their business. Otherwise it's an ok place to overnight. - DeniseH
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Nice small park but designed for small RV's. If you are larger than 32 ft., very challenging.
The turns getting to the park off Fourth plain Rd are very sharp and treacherous.
Site surface was a concrete pad with sunny and open exposure. - TcaandK
Jul 2016 - $36.00
We stayed overnight at this park. I have a 35 ft motor coach and it was difficult to fit in the site. It is incredibly difficult to maneuver a motorcoach in this park. The park is very cramped due to all of the seasonal RVs that are there and they are unsightly. There is no grass, no picnic table and no trees. I would not stay there again. - Perfection expected
Sep 2018 - $28.00
This is a nice find. The park is ten miles off the highway, but worth the drive. It is nice, quiet and has spacious sites. Easy access to back-in sites. There were a few other campers spread out in the newer grassy site area. This is a good spot to get away for a few days to relax and enjoy the sunshine. - G Mahon
Jul 2018 - $28.00
Lovely, partially wooded park with level sites and some privacy trees. Don't GPS the park, go by directions or you will come in on a very narrow road. Good Verizon. Some sites don't get satellite including mine but I think site 66 in front of me would. The entrance to the park is very narrow and I hit a low hanging branch. - fritored
Sep 2017 - $26.00
Very pleasant. Full service, back in, asphalt level site. Bathhouse was clean throughout our 3 day stay. County park attendant provided good security and attention to grounds. - FrederickC
Jul 2009 - $18.00
We stayed here for a week, and were not especially happy with the park. The sites were too short for our 39 foot motorhome. The grass/weeds were not taken care of. There were many resident rvs, some not well taken care of. The rules, especially for quiet time, were not enforced. We will NOT return. Also many of the sewer connections did not have covers. - Kent Savage