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

      ... in La Page, a forest service site with about 25 slips right on the river, with a bunch of fishermen filling them up.

      At the front gate we met Ray, the camp host, of whom we now know more about than some of our own family, and we learned all of this as we checked in. He was a 'lifer" camp host and quite the congenial guy. The sites were great, Ray gave us the best one on the corner. Ray had 20 lbs. of catfish in ...

      San Francisco and all points North

      A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on May 15, 2013

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... br> The Football league play offs were nothing compared to this, although sadly no cheer leading, but the 7th inning ( note its not innings in America, its like Math….god they are bloody irritating the way they have mauled our language (nice people though). Anyway the game was won by a spindly 15 year old who hit a home run to take Dufur to the interstate league. The Root Beer flowed that night I can tell you, and Janet found a friend who was the local ...

      The Fruit Loop and Mt. Hood

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 06, 2012

      19 photos

      ... Brewery and Pub. We got a table right on the window overlooking the river. Larry had Wassail Beer and I had Maryhill White Blend wine. We watched a barge go down the river and we had a great view of the smoke from the fires burning across the river. Today the wind was blowing east so it was clear in The Dalles. We left the brewery and headed east on I 84. We got off at the last exit for The Dalles at the end of the bridge from Maryhill. ...

      The Gorge is Gorgeous

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 05, 2012

      43 photos

      ... trail posted, Mosier Twin Tunnels East. We parked our car in the shade where it said, No Parking, because there was no one else around. This was no trail! It was ten feet wide and paved. It was actually the old Rt. 30 that had been abandoned because the tunnels were too narrow for modern traffic. Someone had the bright idea of restoring it into a bike/hiking path. We walked up and up. It was pretty hot, over 90, but the breeze and ...

      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 ...