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Toll Bridge Park - A Hood River  County Park


Campground Description:  Toll Bridge Park is owned and operated by Hood River County.  Toll Bridge Park is a terrific park set into the woods with the beautiful, wild, Hood River running through.  A few of the RV camping sites in the west loop back-up to the Hood River.  This is a full feature park with ample accommodations for any size RV while leaving room for those who prefer tent camping.  Toll Bridge Park also offers a ball field, a very large day use area, playground equipment, picnic tables and multiple restroom facilities.  Groceries and fishing tackle is available in Odell, 7.8 miles north on Highway 35 or in Hood River, 14.5 miles north on Highway 35.  Reservations are available and recommended. 

Number of Sites:  20 with full hook-ups, 40 electricity and water, 21 tent camping and 2 group sites

Electricity:  At 60 RV camping sites

Water:  60 plus water in the tent camping area

Sewer:  At 20 RV camping sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  From Interstate 84 (I-84) Eastbound or Westbound - Take exit 64 and turn south (away from the Columbia River) onto Highway 30/35.  Follow Highway 30/35 for approximately 14.5 miles to the entrance to the park.  Toll Bridge County Park is on the west (right) side of the highway.

Fishing:  Yes, in the park on the Hood River.  Fish for trout.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Very good so bring your telescope camping!  There is no light pollution in the area.  The best area to set up is the ball field.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 121.56897 W, 45.51668 N

Nearby Golfing: 

Hood River 14.5 miles north on Highway 35:
Hood River Golf & Country Club Hood River Golf & Country Club (one of the author's favorites)
Indian Creek Golf Course Indian Creek Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Toll Bridge County Park
Highway 35
Parkdale, OR 97041
Parks & Buildings Office
918 18th Street
Hood River, OR 97031

Toll Bridge Park


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The sign on Highway 35 at the entrance to Toll Bridge Park


A map of the RV camping and tent camping sites at Toll Bridge Park


The restroom facilities at Toll Bridge Park offer flush toilets and hot showers


A few of the RV camping sites back up to the Hood River at Toll Bridge Park


Both the RV camping and tent camping sites are very large at Toll Bridge Park


The day use area at Toll Bridge Park



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