Places To Stay In The Columbia River Gorge

Oregon and Washington are connected by the “Bridge of the Gods”, which is a steel truss cantilever toll bridge opened in 1926.  The next bridge west is in Portland, and another bridge east is in Hood River. The Hood River bridge is also a toll bridge.  The toll in Cascade Locks is $3 each way.  If you fish with us, we can tell you the ancient story of how the Bridge of the Gods got its name, as well as some other Native American history which is rich and exciting with stories of Lewis and Clark making their way down the Columbia River with Pocohontis (A statue of her can be found in the Park here in town).  We have the Cascade Locks Historical Museum in the park here, as well as the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum with great information about the area.

Cascade Locks Oregon

Stevenson and Carson Washington

Hood River Oregon

The Dalles Oregon

RV Websites that are Helpful

Has an all in one website that lets you put in some information, and it gives you a list of all kinds of areas and has ratings including bathrooms, overall beauty, list of amenities, etc. 

I would suggest clicking on the state you want, and look from there.  I like the ratings, photos, and lists of things to do in the area. Another great resource for finding places to stay in the area.

Another all inclusive website that breaks your search down to campling, RV, cabins and treehouses. Once you click on your preference, it takes you to a site with a map on the right, and the locations on the left for a user-friendly option.

“Whether you’re cruising aboard the Sternwheeler through the Columbia Gorge, exploring waterfalls or hiking trails, Cascade Locks KOA is the place to stay! Located in the heart of the breathtaking Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.”

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