Free Guide to Northwest Camping
Deep River Camp
Campground Description: Deep river Camp is somewhat of an anomaly here on www.FreeGuideToNWcamping.com in that the editors could not find any information regarding who owns the camp and boat launch. It is assumed by the editors that Deep River Camp is owned by Wahkiakum County. The camp is located on the shores of the 1 mile long Deep River. Deep River empties into the Columbia River a short distance downstream. The camp offers no amenities whatsoever with the exception of two portable toilets, a boat ramp and a fish cleaning station that is in need of repair. Both RV camping and Tent camping is available but there are no designated campsites, picnic tables or fire rings. The nearest location for shopping and services is 24.7 miles away in Astoria Oregon. Reservations are not possible. Open year round.
Number of Sites: No designated sites but there seems to be room for up to 6 RV campsites
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: From the intersection of Highway 4 and Highway 101 - (north of Astoria, Oregon) drive 10.8 miles east on highway 4 to Oneida Rd. on the south side of Highway 4. Follow Oneida Rd south for 1.9 miles to Deep River Camp. From Interstate 5 (I-5) - take exit 39 and follow Highway 4 to the west for 50.7 miles to Oneida Road. Turn south onto Oneida Road and follow for 1.9 miles to Deep River Camp.
Fishing: Yes. Launch your boat and fish for Salmon and Steelhead on the Columbia River.
Astronomy Opportunities: None, there are too many trees
Nearby Golfing:Lewis & Clark RV & Golf 92294 Youngs River Rd Astoria, Oregon 97103 Phone: 503-338-3386 Lewis & Clark RV & Golf
Contact Information: Unknown
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Esentially, this the complete Deep River Camp
The restroom facilities at Deep River Camp
The boat launch is paved at Deep River Camp
Across the road from the boat launch is an open meadow suitable for RV camping or tent camping at Deep River Camp
The fish cleaning station at Deep River Camp offers no disposal for the entrails
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