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Camping At Oxbow

06/29/2016 | Camping, Recreation, West Columbia River Gorge

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Oxbow Regional Park is a great place to camp and set up a base while you explore the many wonders, trails and waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge or you can explore the park itself. With accommodation for RV's, enough space for 6 people in a campsite and even music and story times on Friday and Saturday nights in the summer, Oxbow campgrounds are a great place to stay.

Leave the digital life behind and wake up to nature at Oxbow Regional Park. Hike 12 miles of trails, put in at the boat ramp, watch salmon spawn, cast a line, or track the trails of overnight visitors to the rivers sandy beaches.

Facilities

  • 57 drive-up campsites with picnic table, fire pit, cooking grill (some sites have a lantern pole)
  • 10 RV sites: pull-through, with no electric or water hookups
  • Two accessible sites
  • Accessible, heated restrooms with flush toilets
  • Free hot-water showers

Learn more about Oxbow campgrounds, their prices or to reserve a campground at: www.oregonmetro.gov/parks/oxbow-regional-park/camping-oxbow

Discover more attractions, events and activities you wont want to miss-out on while visiting: The West Columbia River Gorge. Dont forget to visit The West Columbia River Gorge Chamber of Commerce for more information about the regions attractions and lodging before your trip to The West Columbia River Gorge in Oregon.

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