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Bridge RV Park and Campground
Campground Description: The Bridge RV Park and Campground is a privately owned and operated campground located just across the Columbia River from Hood River, Oregon, in Washington State. The facilities are immaculately landscaped and maintained. The owners have wisely separated the RV campground from the tent camping sites. In fact, the tent camping sites are all on a wide expanse of lush lawn, complete with BBQs. The restroom facilities offer hot showers and are clean and tidy. Propane sales are available on-site and free wireless internet is available. Shopping and dining are available across the river in Hood River. Open year round. Reservations are recommended.
Number of Sites: 35 RV campsites and 15 tent camping sites
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: Interstate 84 Westbound or Eastbound - Drive to exit 64, the Highway Hood River Bridge exit. Travel North and cross the bridge into Washington. Turn right (East) onto State Route 14 (SR14). Follow SR-14 for less than a mile to the entrance to the campground - on the right (South) side of SR-14. State Route 14 Westbound or Eastbound - Follow State Highway 14 (SR14) to milepost 65. The campground is located 1 mile West of the town of Bingen. Look for the entrance to the campground on the South side of SR-14.
Fishing: Yes, on the Columbia River for Smallmouth Bass, Sturgeon, Steelhead and Salmon.
Astronomy Opportunities: Very good from the tent camping area. The exact position for computerized telescopes is 45.72086° North, 121.48296° North.
Nearby Golfing: Hood River:Hood River Golf & Country Club Hood River Golf & Country Club (one of the author's favorites) Indian Creek Golf Course Indian Creek Golf Course
Contact Information:Bridge RV Park and Campground 65271 Hwy 14 White Salmon, WA 98672 509-493-1111 Bridge RV Resort and Campground
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Sign at the entrance to Bridge RV Park and Campground
The restroom facilities at Bridge RV Park and Campground offer flush toilets and hot showers
The tent camping sites are separated from the RV camping sites at Bridge RV Park and Campground
Bridge RV Park and Campground is very well landscaped and maintained
A full hoopup, pull through RV campsite at Bridge RV Park and Campground
A few of the RV camping sites at Bridge RV Park and Campground are somewhat secluded
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