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....

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      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 ...

      John Day Fossil Beds National Monument

      A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Aug 16, 2011

      ... the east. This hotspot caused large numbers of volcanoes starting around 45 million years ago. The volcanoes blanketed this area in ash burying plants and animals that eventually became the fossils found today. In between the volcanoes life would slowly return only to be buried again by another volcano. This pattern continued for millions of years. During this period the climate in this area ...

      An Oasis in the Desert

      A travel blog entry by vjlarson on Jul 06, 2011

      4 photos

      We drove pretty much of the day, through the high desert of Central Oregon. I had to remind myself often that we weren’t in Washington because the countryside looks so much the same in Eastern Washington… dry earth, rocky bluffs and sagebrush. In contrast though, Oregon has quite a few big white mountains, like our Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker, and they were seemingly just plopped in the middle of nowhere and as ...

      Sheltering from the Wind

      A travel blog entry by momadunc on Nov 15, 2010

      20 photos

      ... fuel at a truck stop that seems to service mainly agricultural truckers (grain and livestock haulers), and found the fuel slightly more expensive than in ID. However, we didn't have to go searching for it at a location big enough for us to pull in! The planned stop in Walla Walla didn't happen - missed the turn - and we stopped in Wallula, WA at the weigh station for a bowl of soup instead. At this point the temperature is now up ...

      Family, Food & Laughter

      A travel blog entry by susanwhipple on Sep 10, 2010

      4 comments, 5 photos

      We left Beckler River on Labor Day and drove to Maryhill, Washington. We were lucky to get a campsite for four nights at the Maryhill State Park, which borders the great Columbia River. Maryhill is a popular destination for retirees traveling through the region, young families from the Portland area, and wind-surfers from all over the world. The strong, predictable winds make this segment of the Columbia River a wind-surfing paradise. Let's see what ...