Eagle Creek is actually 2 campgrounds. One main campground and one group campground. They are close together but have different entrances. The group campground is North of the Highway close to the Columbia River. The main campground is South of the Highway. Both are off exit #41 headed East on the Columbia River Hwy ( I-84 , U.S. 30 ).
The main campground, has 17 sites and is first come first served. No reservations. The camp sites vary in size. Some are perfect for 3 or 4 tent campers and some can accommodate a larger family with multiple vehicles. Steel fire rings and picnic tables at every site. Water is available as well as a flushing toilet.
There is a 20ft limit for RV’s. No RV hook-ups and no electricity.
The group campground is Reservation Only. The group site is quite secluded on its own little piece of land North of the Highway. It can accommodate up to 90 people and is approx $125/night
* Please Note: The road to the group site is not a mapped street on Google Maps.
(Submitted by Justin)
Built in the 1930’s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, the Eagle Creek Campground in the Columbia River Gorge is considered to be one of the oldest government built campgrounds in America. Due to it’s age, the campground has a difficult time accommodating large RV’s as they did not exist during the campgrounds construction.