Great views, easy access and near 1000’s of acres of public lands. The property overlooks the Columbia River and the elevation is approximately 2800 feet. Enjoy lots of wildlife viewing and campfires are allowed subject to burn ban rules.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Majestic views, perfect spot!!!
It was absolutely majestic. You go up about 4 miles or winding hills on gravel and partial dirt roads, we had no problem with our small suv, pickup truck and pop up camper. The view is breathtaking. Mountains behind you and looking out over the hills and valleys. Saw shooting stars, nebula and clear views with our telescope. Water and electric hookups are perfect, the water tastes amazing! Coyote howls through the night but didn’t see or hear any close by. We felt extremely safe, it really is a bit secluded despite the one park model home visible next door and the remote houses around. The fire pit is very unique with gorgeous tall stones around the back to fight the winds that can come through from off the hills. On that note, if you have an awning, watch it! So much space, we will absolutely be returning. Chris was great - not only did he have me call him for precise directions (the map point from Hipcamp is a bit off - stay to the left instead of turning right like it says - look at the map with the sites 1 and 2 as you book and it’s more accurate), but he swung by once we arrived to introduce himself and let us know he’d be in the area if we needed anything. The rock quarry below is great for spending an hour shooting some targets (not super long distance). Perfect Memorial Day weekend!
Restorative desert setting
A sandy secluded spot nestled a top a desert plateau with not a soul around when we were there. It has a really great large firepit with gorgeous quarry rocks with one that is shaped like a chair. Amenities include a modern electrical hookup, water and a shovel and we had the site with the picnic table. The road leading to the site is long and twisty which adds to the charm and is well maintained. If you are lucky you may be by yourself at this this 2 site spot with a 180 degree breathtaking valley view. There's plenty of wildlife to enjoy especially the bird activity. We took a nice hike around the area viewing foliage and interesting rock formations.