Bridge RV Park & Campground

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Bridge RV Park & Campground

65271 Highway 14
White Salmon, WA 98672
United States
Open Year Round


Conveniently located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge on the Washington side of the Columbia River. Our location makes us an excellent basecamp to discover this beautiful part of our country. Open all year-round, our modern park includes paved roads and sites. Each site has full hookup with 30/50 amp electric, Cable TV and WiFi. We offer Clean Restrooms, Hot Showers($), Laundry Facilities, Ice and Propane.


Just Across the Bridge from Hood River

Follow I-84 to exit 64 (Button Bridge Road) and cross the toll bridge into Washington. Turn RIGHT at the end of the bridge. Our entrance is just past the gas station on the right side of the highway.

The toll bridge is narrow. Drive slow when crossing. Alternate routes are:

Westbound on I-84: Take exit 87 (U.S. 197) and cross the river into Washington. This a wide bridge with no tolls. U.S. 197 ends at WA-14. Make a left turn onto WA-14. The park entrance is 18 miles on the left side of the highway just past Bingen and just before the "76" gas station.

Eastbound on I-84: Take exit 41 at Cascade Locks and cross the toll bridge into Washington. Drive 25 miles East on WA-14. The park entrance is just past the Hood River Bridge intersection on the right side of the highway.

Washington State Highway 14 (WA-14) is a great scenic drive. Ignore "Low Clearance" tunnel warnings. They are maked for the shoulders. Stay in your lane and you'll have plenty of room.


  • Use Common Sense
  • Pickup After Your Dog
  • Relax and Enjoy

$55 Regular RV Site
$49.50 Good Sam, Senior, Military
$30 Tent Camping

Local Interest: 
  • World Class Windsurfing
  • Whitewater Rafting & Kayaking
  • Award Winning Wineries & Breweries
  • Salmon & Steelhead Fishing
  • Watefront Parks & Marinas
  • Hiking & Biking Trails
  • Unique Shopping
  • Tasty Restaurant Dining
  • Mount Hood/Timberline Lodge
  • Mount Hood Railroad
  • Hood River County Fruit Loop
  • Sternwheeler River Cruises
  • Mount Adams Recreation Area
  • Historic Columbia River Highway
  • Multnomah Falls
  • Bonneville Lock & Dam
  • 60 Minutes to Portland
State Info


Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area