We have traveled all across the country and stayed in SO many campgrounds and this one was the worst. These sites should be about 25$ but they are more expensive because it’s thousand trails. Dusty, unkempt spots and just everything feels neglected. We used the laundry facilities and then we left. Save your money and drive down the road a few minutes to stay at the other campground which is probably the nicest one we’ve stayed at all across the country. The pool hours were only until 3 so my 8yr old was super disappointed that he couldn’t go in the pool
May 31, 2020 - reviewed by DiconJco
One of the better Thousand trails we have stayed in. Sites are small per usual, but a great staff and great hiking the PUD Park trails with lots of grass and beaches.
July 11, 2018 - reviewed by Sharon
Very Nice Location
I can only review the basics as we did not utilize any amenities. It was a one-nighter stay. Very beautiful scenery on the Columbia River. We had a 50-amp spot since we run 2 ACs. Very comfortable moving in and around with our 36' fifth wheel with ample room in most spots that we could see. Be careful at the gatehouse as the overhang causes an issue with reaching the code box and you may hit your RV into the eave. Staff was very nice. Be careful and either stay on the roads or wear thick-soled shoes when out walking due to awful hard dried thorns in the weeds and even grassy areas. Protect your doggies paws from them! They are terrible. There is a nice paved trail path along the river. I watched an osprey fish for dinner. We would stay again.