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Home Valley Park a Skamania County Park

Campground Description:  Home Valley Park is owned and operated by the county of Skamania, WA.  The primitive park offers 24 RV camping or tent camping sites.  All roadways and parking spots are gravel.  Picnic tables are provided at each camping site.  The park is set within sight of the Columbia River in a fairly dense grove of deciduous and evergreen vegetation.  No utility hook-ups are available and water is at a central location.  Shopping and restaurants are available in the town of Home Valley.  Open year round.

Number of Sites:  24

Electricity:  No

Water:  At central location

Sewer:  No

Waste Water Dump Station:  No

Directions:  In Home Valley, Washington.  Follow State Route 14 to the town of Home Valley (51 miles east of Vancouver, WA).  Turn south on Home Valley Park Road.  Follow the roadway through the day use area and follow the signs to the camping area.

Fishing:  Nearby on the Columbia River as well as numerous smaller creeks and rivers that flow into the Columbia River in the area.  Columbia River fishing is best from a boat.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Fair.  Moderate light pollution and the best observation site is not in the campground, it is one of the baseball fields in the day use area.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 45.70970 North, 121.77559 West.

Nearby Golfing:  Stevenson (16 miles west on SR-14):

Dolce Skamania Lodge Golf Course
1131 Skamania Lodge Way
Stevenson, WA 98648
Dolce Skamania Lodge Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Skamania County Recreation
PO Box 7090
710 SW Rock Creek Drive
Stevenson, WA 98648
Skamania County Parks

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Sign at the entrance to Home Valley Park

One of the wooded back-in RV camping sites at Home Valley Park

A few of the tent camping sites at Home Valley Park overlook the Columbia River

The restroom facilities at Home Valley Park are chemical toilets

One of the RV camping sites at Home Valley Park

None of the RV camping or tent camping sites at Home Valley Park offer hook-ups

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