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Umatilla Marina and RV Park

Campground Description:  The Umatilla Marina and RV Park is owned by the Corps of Engineers and operated by the Port of Umatilla, Oregon.  This RV camping and tent camping campground is located in Umatilla, Oregon, on the banks of the Columbia River, just downstream from McNary Dam.  The park is well maintained and landscaped with lots of lawn areas and mature shade trees.  The Umatilla RV Park offers tent camping and RV camping with flush toilets and hot showers in addition to a boat marina, gas and diesel sales at the boat dock, boat moorage, dry storage, a boat launch and day use picnic areas.  All roadway surfaces are gravel as are the RV camping spots.  Some shopping and restaurants are available in Umatilla, the Tri-Cities (30 miles north on I-82) and in Hermiston (7 miles southeast in highway 395).  Open year round.  Reservations are available.

Number of Sites:  26 RV camping and 9 tent camping sites

Electricity:  At the 26 RV camping sites

Water:  At the 26 RV camping sites and nearby to the 9 tent camping sites

Sewer:  At the 26 RV camping sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  From Interstate 82 Northbound or Southbound - From I-82 exit the freeway at exit 1.  At the stop sign, turn west on highway 730 towards town.  After .8 miles (near downtown), turn north (right) onto Switzler Avenue.  Follow Switzler Avenue 300 yards to 3rd Avenue.  Turn east (right) onto 3rd Avenue.  Follow 3rd Avenue .4 miles to Quincy Avenue and turn north (left) onto Quincy Avenue.  Follow to the entrance to the RV park and marina.

Fishing:  Yes.  Seasonal fishing for Salmon and Steelhead.  Very good fishing for Smallmouth Bass and Walleye.  The Columbia is best fished from a boat in this area.

Astronomy Opportunities:  There are a lot of trees at Umatilla Marina and RV Park as well as some light pollution from town.  If you find a clear spot, the exact location for computerized telescopes is 45.92497 N, 119.33147 W

Nearby Golfing: 

Big River Golf Course
709 Willamette Ave
Umatilla, OR 97882
541-922-3006
Big River Golf Course
 
Contact Information:
 
Umatilla Marina and RV Park
1710 Quincy Avenue
PO Box 277
Umatilla, OR 97882
541-922-3939
Umatilla Marina and RV Park

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The sign at the entrance to the Umatilla Marina and RV Park

A campground map of the Umatilla Marina and RV Park

The restrooms offer flush toilets and hot showers at the Umatilla Marina and RV Park

One of the many wide back-in RV camping sites at the Umatilla Marina and RV Park

The Umatilla Marina and RV Park offers acres of lawns and mature shade trees

A portion of the marina at the Umatilla Marina and RV Park

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