Scenery traveling to and from the campground.
Interesting bridge over the Columbia River.
Lewis and Clark Campground — A very well maintained campground with friendly staff.
Pull through sites made it easy to get set up since we are pulling a trailer.
Fire pits and picnic tables at every site. The time we spent there, campfires were banned due to the extremely dry conditions.
Charcoal grills were okay to use. However, don’t buy the cheap grill like we did. We were shocked when the outside cover of our grill caught on fire. It is still usable but it looks really bad.
The only negative comments I read about this campground:
The trains run throughout the day and night however, they were not allowed to blow the train whistle through the Columbia River Gorge. Train whistle are quite annoying but all we heard were the trains rumbling down the tracks did not bother us at all.
The other negative review I read was that sites were not kept up well by campers. There are only a few sites in poor shape and they were only in one spot in the campground. The staff is working on cleaning up that area.
We enjoyed our stay at Lewis and Clark and would not hesitate to revisit this campground.
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