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Beacon Rock State Park

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Beacon Rock
Beacon Rock
Beacon Rock
Beacon Rock

Beacon Rock State Park, Washington

This place rocks. Beacon Rock State Park is a year-round camping park with a strong focus on rock climbing. If moseyin’ up and down volcanoes with incredible views of the Columbia River Gorge sounds Read more...
This place rocks. Beacon Rock State Park is a year-round camping park with a strong focus on rock climbing. If moseyin’ up and down volcanoes with incredible views of the Columbia River Gorge sounds like your idea of a good time, Beach Rock is your kind of place. Whether you’re a rock climber or prefer to get to the top on your feet, there are routes to get you to the summit. The climbing is considered to be some of the best in the northwest, but don’t take our word for it, see for yourself. For the acrophobic--salmon, steelhead, and sturgeon run up and down the river so you can get your feet wet, and look up in awe at the knuckleheads clinging to the side of a dormant volcano while you miss fish hitting your fly left and right. Beacon Rock was one of the last places Lewis and Clark stopped before reaching the Pacific, but it should be one of the first places you go if you like technical (climbing) lines or tight (fishin’) lines.
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Beacon Rock Main Campground
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Time to party down in the Colombia River Gorge at the Beacon Rock State Park group campground. Set up...
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