Maryhill State Park

Address: Maryhill, Washington, United States | Campground
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaryhill State Park

Reviewed by donmiller

maryhill campground

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by (1 review) Seattle , United States Flag of United States

This campground is a good central location for day (and night) excursions in the area. A clean campground on the Columbia River. The sites felt a little tighter than we have had at other state parks. It was a pretty quiet camping crowd so the proximity to other sites wasn't a problem. It can get windy since the campground is in the Columbia Gorge and shifting weather causes the winds to really kick up at the campground. The campground also shares the gorge with railroad tracks and long 5% road grade that results in a slightly urban noise level. Bring ear plugs.

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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....

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TripAdvisor Reviews Maryhill State Park

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Travel Blogs from Maryhill

Auld Land Syne

A travel blog entry by donmiller on Jun 12, 2015

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We chose the Maryhill Campground down on the Columbia river, right on
the border with Oregon. It was kind of a second choice compared to the
Conconully Campground that we were burned out of last year. That
campground is a long 6 hour drive and Maryhill was only 4 hours.
Maryhill has more to keep up busy too. We had made the …

Mr. Toad Flips His Lid

A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 07, 2014

... security and stability. No one will run into them unless it is another Class A motor coach following too close.

So we will have these floating wonders with us for the whole trip including Alaska next summer.

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Winding our way back home...

A travel blog entry by gypsytour on Jun 25, 2013

20 photos

... girl. Our conversation sombered when we asked where he was currently traveling from - his son's funeral, who had been in an accident.


We all diverted our attention back to the TV for the event, about which everyone knows that he accomplished the 22 min feat while evoking the name of Jesus to help with every step of the 1/4 mile across the canyon. Pretty dramatic!



Meanwhile, Ray is still sitting in his ...

The Fruit Loop and Mt. Hood

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 06, 2012

19 photos

... we got to the sign that said "Employees Only Beyond This Point." We figured we missed the trail. We got out the map and looked again and decided that the trail we had passed, labeled Pacific Crest Trail must be it. So we went back down to that trail, almost all the way back to the lodge. At that point I decided I needed a bathroom break and went all the way back down. Larry stayed on the trail and waited for me.

We headed ...

The Gorge is Gorgeous

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 05, 2012

43 photos

... rest into the cooler for later.

Our next stop was Wishram, a small railroad town with a huge Great Northern Railroad Locomotive on display. We drove down the bluff on a steep road and through town to the train station. It is still a station for Amtrak. We watched the trains in the yard and viewed the locomotive which was really large. We went back up the steep road and drove further west to Celilo Falls Monument and ...