Columbia Riverfront RV Park

1881 Dike Rd
Woodland, WA 98674

(800) 845-9842

(360) 225-2227

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What a view!
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Imagine watching huge cargo ships sliding out of the mists along the Columbia River. We visited this park in late winter with snow still on the ground. I'll bet it's pretty crowded on a hot summer day, but having that view on a spectacular winter day was just fine with us. We were guided to our spot by a helpful person in a golf cart, who stuck around to assist with our hookup even though it was freezing cold.
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BorregoBlaine
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Reviewed 08/09/2012
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Good Park
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We spent the month of July 2012. Our visit was pleasant from registration to check out. One of the highlites was the spectacular fireworks show on July 4th. The display lasted for nearly an hour and the setting of arial fireworks reflected on the surface of the Columbia River was a memorable experience. Everything works at this park so when you hook up it is a smooth and painless process. Make sure you follow the guidelines for placement of your RV on the pad. If you hang over the grass or the road you will be asked to reposition your rig. Staff is friendly, efficient and very responsive to questions or requests. Showers and restrooms were being remodeled when we were there but still operational and spotless. Laundry room is a bit small for the size of the park but everything works and the price is very reasonable. If you want to fish for salmon or steelhead you can walk to the shoreline of the river across acres of manicured grass. No muddy feet here. Out-Of-State fishing licenses are very expensive in my view, but if you live to fish, OK. Although the park is located in a rural setting, shopping is close (about 2 miles)with Wal Mart (No overnight parking allowed here) and large Safeway plus Papa Murphy's take & bake pizza. Several good restaurants, hardware stores, etc. mean you can usually find what you want. Vancouver and Portland are only a short drive on I-5. I do think that the monthly rent is a bit steep for what the park has to offer, but again, where else can you sit in your rig and watch ocean-going ships pass your window? It's all in what you consider important to you. We will probably stay again when in the area. Nice park.
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Reviewed 08/02/2012