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Rolling Hills RV Park

Campground Description:  The Rolling Hills RV Park is a privately owned and operated facility located east of Portland in the suburb of Fairview.  The facility is moderately maintained and offers a swimming pool, wireless internet, cable television and telephone connections.  Most of the camping sites are occupied year round by permanent residents.  There are plenty of opportunities for shopping and restaurants in the vicinity.  If you are a light sleeper, ask if there are campsites away from the rail tracks.  The Rolling Hills RV Park does not allow tent camping - RV camping only.  Open year round.

Number of Sites:  407

Electricity:  Yes

Water:  Yes

Sewer:  Yes

Waste Water Dump Station:  No

Directions:  Interstate 84 Westbound from Hood River - Drive West on I-84 to exit 14.  Take exit 14 and turn right onto NE 207th Avenue.  Follow NE 207th Avenue for 400 yards to NE Sandy Blvd.  Turn left onto NE Sandy Blvd.  Follow for 1/3 mile to the entrance to Rolling Hills RV Park.  The entrance is located on the right (North) side of Sandy Blvd.   Interstate 84 Eastbound from downtown Portland - Drive East on I-84 to exit 13.  Take exit 13 and follow to NE 181st Street.  Turn left onto NE 181st Street.  Follow for 1/3 mile to NE Sandy Blvd.  At NE Sandy Blvd turn right onto NE Sandy Blvd.  The Rolling Hills RV Park is 1 miles east of 181st Street on NE Sandy Blvd.  The entrance is on the left side (North) of Sandy Blvd.

Fishing:  On the Columbia River, but nobody comes to Portland specifically to fish.  Better fishing is available downriver at the town of Scappoose (33 miles - about an hour drive west on Highway 30), anywhere upriver on the Columbia past the Sandy River, or on the Willamette (35 minutes south on I-205), Sandy (15 minutes drive east on I-84), or Tualatin Rivers (an hour drive south on I-5), among others.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Telescope camping is very poor due to light pollution from the surrounding area.

Nearby Golfing:  Portland offers more than 20 public golf courses.  Look for them on the internet by clicking here: Portland Area Golf Courses or consult the Portland Area Yellow Pages.

Contact Information:

Rolling Hills RV Park
20145 NE Sandy Blvd #31
Fairview, OR 97024
(503) 666-7282

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The sign on Sandy Blvd at the entrance to the Rolling Hills RV Park

Map of the campsites at the Rolling Hills RV Park

Seasonal pool with year round restroom facilities and club house at the Rolling Hills RV Park

Typical pull through campsite at the Rolling Hills RV Park

Full hookup pull through camping site at the Rolling Hills RV Park

Two of the few back-in campsites at the Rolling Hills RV Park

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