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Clatskanie City Park

Campground Description:  Clatskanie City Park is owned and operated by the city of Clatskanie.  This tent camping and RV camping park offers 4 full hook-up RV camping sites and 8 water and electricity camping sites for either RV camping or tent camping.  The park has acres of open lawn areas, picnic tables and BBQs, playground equipment, 2 tennis courts, a fences basketball court and a public swimming pool that is open week days only during the swimming season.  The restroom facilities do not offer showers, but registered campers may shower in the pool's locker/change rooms, when open.  The park has a boat ramp in the park and the Clatskanie River flows into the Columbia River.  Open year round.  Reservations are not accepted.

Number of Sites:  12

Electricity:  Yes

Water:  Yes

Sewer:  Only at the 4 full hook-up RV camping sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  No

Directions:  From Highway 30 Eastbound or Westbound - Drive to the town of Clatskanie.  At the center of town turn north on Nehalem Street.  Follow for 2 blocks and turn right on Cartslee Street.  Follow Cartslee 4 blocks to the entrance of the park.

Fishing:  Nothing more than Bullheads on the Clatskanie River for much of the year.  The Clatskanie River joins the Columbia River not far from the park.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Astronomy camping is average and there are a number a clear areas to set up a telescope.  Expect moderate light pollution.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 46.10274 N, 123.19753 W.

Nearby Golfing: 

The nearest golfing is in Longview, Washington, 18 miles east.

Mint Valley Golf Course
4002 Pennsylvania Street
Longview, WA 98632
360-442-5442
800-928-8929
Mint Valley Golf Course   Three Rivers Golf Course 2222 S River Rd Kelso WA  98626 (360) 423-4653 Three Rivers Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Clatskanie City Park
Park St and 5th St
Clatskanie, OR 97016
503-728-3094

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The sign at the entrance to Clatskanie City Park

A portion of the day use area at Clatskanie City Park

One of the RV camping sites with water and electricity at Clatskanie City Park

The 4 full hookup RV camping sites at Clatskanie City Park

The pool at Clatskanie City Park is open week days only

The fully fenced basketball court at Clatskanie City Park

Clatskanie City Park offers two lighted tennis courts

The restrooms at Clatskanie City Park offer flush toilets but no showers. Campers may shower in the locker rooms at the pool on week days

The boat launch at Clatskanie City Park

Playground equipment at Clatskanie City Park

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