Hood River, Oregon Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Viento State Park
  2. Memaloose State Park
  3. Moss Creek Campground
  4. Wyeth Campground - Columbia River Gorge NSA
  5. Toll Bridge Park
  6. Black Lake Campground
  7. Herman Creek
  8. Cascade Locks/Portland East KOA
  9. Port of Cascade Locks Campground
  10. Bridge of the Gods Motel RV Park
  11. Kinnikinnick Campground
  12. Knebal Springs Campground
  13. Panther Creek Campground
  14. Peterson Prairie Campground
  15. Goose Lake Campground
  16. Eagle Creek Campground
  17. Columbia Hills State Park
  18. Lower Eightmile Crossing Campground
  19. Lost Lake Campground
  20. Eightmile Crossing Campground

Hood River, Oregon

This modern city of about 7,000 resembles Duluth, MN with the hills which create distinct areas and contrast with the lower regions of town. Again, the built-up zone around the Columbia River is similar to that around Lake Superior in Duluth.

An ideal microclimate for orchards exists here and the crop is mostly pears, which flourish to such an extent that about 45% of the US crop of pears comes from this location. Apples and cherries also grow in abundance and there are wineries. The conjunction of the Columbia River Gorge and the Cascade Mountain Range, along with the confluence of the Columbia and Hood Rivers, create this unique climate. The crops provide fresh food sources for local restaurants as well as being used for export.

Hood River is also known as the Wind Surfing Capital of the world. Good kayaking, mountain biking, hiking and skiing can also be had here.

A variety of campgrounds are handy, including a couple of state parks, a county park, a national forest park and commercial RV parks.

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