Memaloose State Park - Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

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Memaloose State Park Campground Details

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  • Reservations Available: Yes
  • Number of Campsites: 66
  • Avg. Overnight Fee: $24
  • Drinking Water: Yes
  • Toilets: Flushing
  • Camphost on Site: Yes
  • Fires Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Service: Yes, Most Carriers
  • Season: Open Year Round - No closing Date
  • Nearest Store (Miles): 15
  • GPS: 45.695222,-121.3362411
  • Showers: Yes
  • Firewood for Sale: Yes
  • Campground Phone: 541-478-3008, 503-695-2261
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Memaloose State Park Campground Description

Memaloose State Park is located off Highway 84 in the Columbia River Gorge between Hood River and The Dalles.  The park is well developed with paved parking spots and offers 66 campsites with 44 full hookup RV sites, flushing toilets, showers and drinking water.

The campground sits in the gorge along the banks of the might Colubmia River however true “river access” is not offered as there is some rough terrain between the campground and the river as well as a set of train tracks that must be crossed.  Temperatures at Memaloose State Park can soar during the warmer months of the year however the wind of the Gorge can often times offer relief on the hot days.

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  1. Glad I found this website…would be happy to add photos as we travel around to campgrounds in the area!

    I have some great new photos of Camp Creek..much like Tollgate on Mt. Hood!

    1. Hi Kim, thanks for the photo uploads and the comment! This website is a project of mine that is finally getting some legs under it. Feel free to upload as many photos as you like, I am really trying to build the site around user contributions as it is impossible for me to visit every single campground out there. I checked out your website – that trailer looks awesome. I think my wife would be a much, much happier camper if we had something like that. Great looking photos you have as well. Thanks for the link to my site, I am going to be creating a link section as well and will add yours to it. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. We camped here for the sake of convenience… and spent a sleepless, frustrating night, first because Gorge winds picked up and shook our tent, followed by the blare of trains heading down the valley throughout the night. I imagine this is why we were the only tent campers on the premises…

    1. Thanks for sharing! From what I can remember it certainly is not the most ideal campground based on its proximity to I84 and the rail road tracks. Hope your next trip yields better results!