Bring your own tent or RV for this site as it's big enough to accommodate either/or. 25ft RV/Trailer probably maximum as we have an incline coming into camp.
(Camp site #1 is largest accommodating RV's or larger group, Camp site #2 is closest to Orchard which during the season is a working orchard and we can not tell you when they will be picking or doing other maintenance; it is a small site and good for 2 people with a tent or small trailer, Campsite #3 is at the back of the camp and has plenty of space for a Van, small RV or 4 man tent, but a little tighter getting in and out).
Space has plenty of room around it for privacy, but we do have other sites so people nearby. Working orchard next door so sometimes there are people working and maintenance being done.
Water spigot and picnic table at sites. Port a Potty & shower house shared by rest of camp.
Just 2 miles up the road from the Columbia River & close proximity to the White Salmon River with access for walking or fishing on nearby road. White Salmon 5 minute drive, Hood River 10 minutes. White Water Rafting just 15 minutes or so up the road. Plenty of things to do and explore, or stay in camp and enjoy the peace.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at In The Woods
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Very convenient if you're wanting to stay near Hood River. We were just a few minutes away from down town.
This site seems idea for someone with a campervan. We were trying to tent camp and the site was smaller than we expected (site #2) with a mix of dirt and gravel (not ideal for a tent). We made it work but I wouldn't recommend it for tent camping. The outhouse was clean and smelled as good as you can expect and outhouse to smell. The water spigot was handy and a nice thing to have close by.
The only thing that was a bit surprising apart from the sight being smaller than expected was that we woke up to someone in orchard adjacent to the site spraying large amounts of something coming from a tank behind his tractor all over his fruit trees. He was wearing a full chem suit and respirator which made us wonder if we needed to be concerned about breathing it in. I don't really know what to think of this but it was fairly close to our site (< 100 yards away) and a little concerning considering we have a toddler with us.