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Cape Disappointment State Park

Cape Disappointment State Park, Washington

Camp Disappointment is anything but! Named after a human error, the reality is Mother Nature gets a gold star for this one. Boasting views of both the Pacific Ocean and Columbia River, two miles of Read more...
Camp Disappointment is anything but! Named after a human error, the reality is Mother Nature gets a gold star for this one. Boasting views of both the Pacific Ocean and Columbia River, two miles of beach, old growth forests, lakes, and marshes, Camp Disappointment State Park is no mirage. Come hungry, this place is a mecca for seafood connoisseurs. Fresh and saltwater fishing, clamming and crabbing are all encouraged at the 1,882 acre camping park (with a permit of course!). Speaking of camping check out this breakdown: 137 standard sites, 60 full hookup sites, 5 primitive, 14 yurts and 3 cabins! Are we there yet? Oh ya, almost forgot there are eight miles of hiking here! Whew. So much to do. So little time.
Cape Disappointment Campground
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The Rose Garden
Mike
Mike: My stay at The Rose Garden was great! The drive from Portland provided a trip through areas of...
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Jeff
Jeff: Great secluded camping, quiet and so peaceful. My wife and I were the only party the night we stayed,...
The Creekside Gardens
Sara
Sara: I must say our Creekside stay was pretty magical. We arrived late after work on Friday night and Sol...
Little Woods
Nixy
Nixy: Come and camp in our woods! We are on and acre, but there is a bird sanctuary to our back and an empty...
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Juliana
Juliana: As soon as I set foot on this property, I knew I loved it. Pulling off of the highway into a lush,...
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sage
Sage: Please note: This campground is only for bicycle campers. Not car campers, walk-ins or motorcycle...
Remote and Private.
Heather
Heather: The property was easy to find and just as described by the wonderful host, Jack. He met us and showed...
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Evan
Evan: Whether you're roadtripping through Washington or looking to explore Mount Rainier National Park, The...
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Joy
Joy: Hike in, Pitch Your Tent, Relax and Leave no Trace.
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Sara
Sara: We had an awesome stay at this Coastal Hideout. The spot has just about everything you could possibly...
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Nash
Nash: Gets cold...really cold, even in summer. Pack your woolens year round!
The Orchid Gardens
Sol
Sol: Our most private site, the Orchid Gardens are a short hike of approximately 10 minutes up-slope to a...
Cape Lookout Campground
Emma
Emma: Fun campground right on the ocean. One dune between campground and the beach. Sand dollars and crabs...
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Erinn
Erinn: Through rolling hills of ornamental farms and vineyards, we found our campground- a large field ideal...
Saddle Mountain Campground
Peter
Peter: Small and out of the way - makes for a great overnight stop on your way to the coast, or just a...
Horse Lovers Paradise
Heather
Heather: Michelle's property is such a wonderful place to get outside and away from the hustle and bustle of...
Schafer Boom Farm
Mark
Mark: My friends and I have been enjoying camping and adventures at Schafer Boom Farm for many years. Now I...
Misty Pines on the River
Heike
Heike: Pitch your tent next to the fruit orchard or between the river and the chicken coop. River access is...