Maryhill State Park

Address: Maryhill, Washington, United States | Campground
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This campground, located in Maryhill, is near Maryhill Museum of Art, Stonehenge, and Lewis & Clark Railway.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMaryhill State Park

      Reviewed by siyaya

      Maryhill state park

      Reviewed May 21, 2012
      by (7 reviews) Cape Town , South Africa Flag of South Africa

      Beautiful campsite in well-maintained grounds, under lovely trees. The only problem was the trains that power down both sides of the river, all through the night....

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Maryhill State Park

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Maryhill

      Winding our way back home...

      A travel blog entry by gypsytour on Jun 25, 2013

      20 photos

      ... and he could enjoy his favorite pastime - fishing. He told us of one campground where his wife would drop him off in his wheelchair everyday, driving down the hill past the grumpy old caretaker's house. Every afternoon when done fishing he would ride his chair up the hill to the main road and wait endlessly for his wife to pick him up. Grumpy caretaker came over to him and asked why he "sat and waited so long everyday when he just lived ...

      The Gorge is Gorgeous

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 05, 2012

      43 photos

      ... regalia in the form of furniture, clothing and other things that belonged to her. There was also a collection of books written by Queen Marie. There was a very small cubby hole of a room with the work of master glassmakers. There were artifacts of the Native Peoples of North America which took up one whole wing on the ground floor. There was lower gallery even further down at the end near the river. The other wing of the ground floor ...

      Earth and Wind, Fire and Water

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 04, 2012

      16 photos

      ... Pass and then started climbing again, this time over Umtanum Pass. As we came down the other side we crossed the Selah Creek on a huge bridge for the middle of the desert. We stopped at Selah Creek Rest Area for lunch. From our covered picnic table we could see Mt. Ranier and Mt. Adams. On the way out of the rest area we stopped to see Selah Cliffs. It was at this point that I wished I had brought the Geology of Washington and Oregon with ...

      John Day Fossil Beds National Monument

      A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Aug 16, 2011

      ... existed. These fossils were first explored by scientists in the 1870's but the area was not made a National Monument until 1975.

      Millions of year ago this area was tropical forests. There's a volcanic hotspot that used to be under this area. The tectonic plate that includes the park crept west while the hotspot remained stationary. The hotspot is now under Yellowstone National Park ...

      An Oasis in the Desert

      A travel blog entry by vjlarson on Jul 06, 2011

      4 photos

      ... to the quilt store, which I hadn't even noticed, and he suggested we grab some coffee and some breakfast. What a nice relaxing respite that was - and our running lights were working perfect too

      There isn’t a lot on hwy 97 traveling north through Central Oregon. And what few towns we did drive through after the city of Bend, we found to be pretty well shut down! It was very sad to see grocery ...