A nestled knook in a pristine forest. This campsite is perched right above the "Little Wind" river for dramatic views and sweet soft sounds. Bring your favorite group and enjoy this festive spot from dusk to dawn. This sites allows room for 3 tents and up to 8 people and provides a metal fire pit with grill and one small landing pad above ground for relaxing or setti
A nestled knook in a pristine forest. This campsite is perched right above the "Little Wind" river for dramatic views and sweet soft sounds. Bring your favorite group and enjoy this festive spot from dusk to dawn. This sites allows room for 3 tents and up to 8 people and provides a metal fire pit with grill and one small landing pad above ground for relaxing or setting a tent on.
King Fisher Flats is connected to the network of trails throughout the local forest on the WindWoodRivers property, that offers a great adventure during your stay. We recommend at least staying for two days to get the most out of this Hipcamp experience! Park,Camp,Enjoy and be safe and respectful to nature and yourselves! Thanks :)
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>>>>>>>>> CHECK IN 3:00pm >>>>>>>> CHECK OUT 3:00pm
-GOOD THINGS TO BRING-
SLEEPING BAGS AND PAD
-CAMPSITE RULES TO LIVE BY-
1. BE RESPECTFUL OF OTHER CAMPERS
2. MAKE SURE ALL FIRES ARE 100% OUT WITH WATER
3. DOGS ON LEASH AND UNDER CONTROL AT ALL TIMES
4. PICK UP YOUR ANIMAL POOP - BRING IT HOME OR EMTPY IN PORTY WITHOUT THE PLASTIC BAG!
5. LEAVE CAMPSITE HOW YOU ARRIVED.
6. NO CAT HOLES! USE THE NEARBY OUTHOUSE/PORT-A-POTTYS ON PROPERTY
7. LEAVE NO TRACE
8. LEAVE NO FIRE UNATTENDED
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Bring your bike! MTB for laps on the local trail at WWR. Or awesome single track at Falls Creek Falls.
Great boating on the Columbia Gorge. Awesome Boat Ramp access only mins away on the mouth of the Wind River.
World Famous fishing everywhere on the Wind RIver and Columbia. Trout, Steelhead, Bass, and Salmon
We have a extensive hiking system on the property that is epic! Look at our trail map for additional info! From hard to easy....Read more
Got a Horse. Bring it and they will be stoked on the local gravel roads to ride into the woods with! Lots of milage if you wa...Read more
Wind River and White Salmon are the spots for Paddling!
The world famous Columbia River Gorge! Everything wind goes here...
We have access dirt roads that are perfect for brapping! OHV in the Gifford Pitchout is the best. Contact Host for more info ...Read more
Climbing zones are near by! Beacon Rock.
Campsites are only an hour from all resorts on Mt. Hood. Timberline and Mt. Hood Meadows offer great skiing and snowboarding.
River Surfing, And Swell Foil Sup Surfing at its best on the Wind River and Columbia River Gorge.
Wind River has the best rope swing in the Gorge. Its at the mouth of the Wind River up in a tree 15ft up. Send it!
Wind River and White Salmon are the spots for Paddling!
Natural features you'll find at King Fisher Flats in Washington.
Ape Caves and Ice Caves are near by!
We are located on the South end of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Explore here at camp and close by!
4 Great Hot Springs line the Wind River. It's up to you to find them!
Mt. Hood, Mt. Saint Helens, Mt. Rainier, and Mt. Adams. We got Mountains!
River, stream, or creek
Both the Wind River and Little Wind make there way thru the WindWoodRIvers property. Very special to have two spring feed rive...Read more
Wind River provides the best swimming in the Columbia Gorge! Float from campsite to the mouth of the Wind River for a epic su...Read more
Shipard Falls is 3 stage waterfall that is only 20mins walking distance from campsite. Walk north up the Wind River and you w...Read more
The vibe at King Fisher Flats
Places to see near WindWoodRivers
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Totally worth it!
This site is a little farther of a treck from the river and hot springs. I would probably stay down on the creek or river next time but if those sites weren’t available I wouldn’t hesitate to rent this site again. Chris had the fire going and sauna lit when we arrived and kept us stocked with wood. He even brought us extra chairs when he realized we were one chair short. You can easily walk down to the river and about 15 minutes to the hot springs. If you have a blow up paddle board I would certainly bring that and your floaties for hot weather. The property is immaculate and the river, creek and hot springs were amazing. Chris the camp host swings by to make sure you don’t need anything but otherwise leaves you to your peace and quiet. We are going back for sure!
This campsite made my trip!
Fantastic spot with a view and a sauna and a short hike to a natural hot spring. Everything was clean, quiet and peaceful. Host was amazing - there for everything I needed but invisible otherwise. Would seek this spot out again next time I’m in the area.
Everything i've ever wanted
This place is amazing! For sure book this stay!
I read another review suggesting the King Fisher Flats site was not as good as the others here - I wholly disagree! This site is lovely, secluded, well-kept and comfortable! It's the second-closest site to the hot springs (site #1 is closest), but it's also the shadiest/ coolest site. The camp host is very welcoming and brought us a HUGE pile of firewood upon our arrival, and we loved hearing the sound of the river all night. We also walked down to the river and swam/ walked upstream after setting up camp, which was so lovely and welcome on a hot afternoon. And of course, the hot springs themselves were perfect. We went at around 10am on a Monday and we were the only folks there!
The only thing to keep in mind if you're planning to book King Fisher is that it is a "walk-in" site - i.e., it's about a 5 minute walk from where you park to the site itself, and it's a bit of an uphill. So just plan and pack accordingly!
I wanted to title this review “don’t camp here” to keep the spot a secret, but I couldn’t do it. We loved this place: the privacy, the.river, The host communication, the hospitality, the proximity to services. My only suggestion would be to replace the crumbling platform. We already rebooked for later in the year!