Memaloose State Park

4.559 Votes Currently Open
  • Address: Interstate 84, Mosier, OR 97040, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-8005516949
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

Looking for a place to go camping? Come to Memaloose State Park. Equipped with all of the premium facilities, you will have a comfortable stay here. What’s more, since it’s located in a park, exploring its wilderness is like an added bonus! Set beside the basin of Columbia River Gorge, you will have ample activities to indulge in here. Some of the facilities that the park provides include 43 full-hookup sites, hot showers, 66 tent sites and an RV dump station too! A children’s playground will also make for some entertaining moments, like the amphitheatre. Come here for an overnight camping experience.

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  • Memaloose State Park Address: Interstate 84, Mosier, OR 97040, United States
  • Memaloose State Park Contact Number: +1-8005516949
  • Memaloose State Park Timing: 24-hrs
  • Time required to visit Memaloose State Park: 02:00 Hrs
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  • The spaces are close together with no privacy. I could sit at my camp and watch the cars and trucks go up and down the freeway. And no access to the river unless you drive 10 minutes away. It's a decent, clean campground but not one that I'll be back to.

  • Nice state park. However, there is little privacy between sites and too few working bathrooms. The men's room in one loop is reduced to a single stall and appears to have been that way for some time and the urinal was covered over with a printed sign.

  • Lovely park. There is a train but we never heard anything. Clean bathroom. No showers that I saw. The entrance to the park is IN a rest area. Lovely sunsets.

  • Very interesting. Saw acorn trees I haven't seen since leaving south Dakota 50 years ago. Loved the history about it.

  • It's a very nice drive. Nice campground and quite. Beautiful view in the day and night time has so many stars in the sky it's amazing.

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