Can be noisy between the freeway and the railroad. Lucky for us it rained and that drowned out the noise. We only stopped for 1 night while touring the waterfalls along the Historic Columbia Highway.
July 6, 2016 - reviewed by TIM
One of the worst camping trips I have ever had. The park is not mowed and very dry. The Rangers spend more time watering trees with a bucket then grooming the park for a holiday weekend. I purchased a full hook up site went to hook up my sewer saw that there sewer was plugged. I hunted down the Park Ranger and told her about it, she responded with oh ya that site is all messed up its been plugged up for a long time, just dump my sewer when I leave. I beleave they should have emailed me about the problem or at least tell me when I got to the park.
September 16, 2015 - reviewed by Larry
Great place to camp. The tent sites are at the river edge. This is close to the train tracks, but I certainly did not have a problem sleeping as there were not a lot of trains. The view of the area and the river was just delightful. Hosts were pleasant and cost was $19 per night. I will stop by again.
September 15, 2015 - reviewed by Gdog N Timber
Good Place To Park
Memaloose is a good size rv state park. The only issue for some will be the proximity of the highway to your site. We were on the south that is closest to the highway. The noise is not too bad just present. There are 4 park hosts so one is always on duty. This park is dog friendly. There is ample area to let you dog get a bit of exercise if you are careful and you dog is obedient. Sites are tarmac and good sized with about 20 feet separation. We booked for 2 nights and stayed for 4. Ice is available on site for $2.00.