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Boardman Marina and RV Park

Campground Description:  The Boardman Marina and RV Park is operated by the Boardman Park & Recreation District.  This very attractive park sits on the Columbia River less than a mile from Interstate I-84 and downtown Boardman.  In addition to camping and the adjacent marina, the park offers a large day use area with shelters and nearby tennis courts.  Restrooms with flush toilets and hot showers are available.  Boardman offers limited shopping and restaurants.  Boardman is located 52 miles southwest of the Tri-Cities, WA, 164 miles east of Portland, OR and 46 miles west of Pendleton, OR.  All facilities are open year round.

Number of Sites:  63 full hookup sites

Electricity:  Yes

Water:  Yes  

Sewer:  Yes

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  Interstate Highway I-84 Eastbound from Portland - Take exit 164 and turn left onto Main Street.  Follow Main Street to Marine Drive NW, then turn left.  The park entrance is 1/2 mile on the left (North).  Interstate Highway I-84 Westbound from Pendleton - Take exit 164 and turn right onto Main Street.  Follow Main Street to Marine Drive NW, then turn left.  The park entrance is 1/2 mile on the left (North). 

Fishing:  Very good seasonal fishing for trout, small mouth bass, steelhead, salmon, sturgeon, walleye and crappie.  A full service marina is adjacent to the campground.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Fair.  Elevation is approximately 300 feet.  Local small town light pollution from the town of Boardman.  Views are limited by the park's abundance of trees.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 45.84443 North, 119.70750 West.

Nearby Golfing:  Wilson's Willow Run Golf, 78873 Toms Camp Rd, Boardman, OR 97818  (541) 481-4381.  The 9-hole Wilson's Willow Run course features 1,803 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 31. The course rating is 59 and it has a slope rating of 88.  Designed by Dalles Wilson, the Wilson's Willow Run golf course opened in 1972. 

Contact Information: 

Boardman Marine & RV Park
1 West Marine Drive
PO Box 8
Boardman, OR 97818
541-481-7217
888-481-7217
Boardman Marina & RV Park

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Sign at the entrance to Boardman Marina & RV Park

Map of the Boardman campground

One of the full hookup, pull through RV camping sites at Boardman Marina & RV Park

The restroom facilities at the Boardman Marina & RV Park offer flush toilets and hot showers

One of the back-in, full hookup RV camping sites at the Boardman Marina & RV Park

A number of the tent camping and RV camping sites at the Boardman Marina & RV Park offer views of the Columbia River

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