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Jantzen Beach RV Park

Campground Description:  The Jantzen Beach RV Park is a privately owned and operated facility located on Hayden Island in the Columbia River, near downtown Portland.  The facility is well maintained and offers 2 seasonally heated swimming pools, a club house with a pool table, restrooms with hot showers and a laundry facility.  The RV park is across the street from the Jantzen Beach Shopping Center which offers a complete shopping mall, separate "big box" stores, fast food and fine dining.  Note that the Jantzen Beach RV Park does not allow tent camping.  Open to RVs year round.

Number of Sites:  169

Electricity:  Yes

Water:  Yes

Sewer:  Yes

Waste Water Dump Station:  No

Directions:  Interstate 5 Southbound from Washington - Drive South on I-5 to exit 308, the first Oregon State exit.  Take exit 308 and turn right onto N. Center Avenue.  Follow N. Center Avenue for 1/8 mile to  Hayden Island Drive.  Turn left onto Hayden Island Drive.  Follow for 1/2 mile to the entrance to Jantzen Beach RV Park.   Interstate 5 Northbound from downtown Portland - Drive North on I-5 to exit 308, the last Oregon State exit.  Take exit 308 and follow to Hayden Island Drive.  Turn left onto Hayden Island Drive.  Follow for 1/2 mile to the entrance to Jantzen Beach RV Park.

Fishing:  On the Columbia River, but nobody comes to downtown Portland to fish.  Fishing off Hayden Island may not be fruitful.  Better fishing is available downriver at the town of Scappoose or on the Willamette, Sandy, or Tualatin Rivers, among others.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Telescope camping is very poor due to light pollution from the surrounding area.

Nearby Golfing:  Portland offers more than 20 public golf courses.  Look for them on the internet at Portland Area Golf Courses or consult the Portland Area Yellow Pages.

Contact Information:  Jantzen Beach RV Park Web Site

Jantzen Beach RV Park
1503 N Hayden Island Drive
Portland, Oregon 97217
(503) 289-7626
(800) 443-7248
mail@jbrv.com

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Sign at the entrance to the Jantzen Beach RV Park

Restroom facilities at the Jantzen Beach RV Park

Some of the campsites at the Jantzen Beach RV Park are assigned to 2 RVs - back to back

Back to back RV parking at the Jantzen Beach RV Park

The landscaping at the Jantzen Beach RV Park is very attractive

Typical back-in campsite at the Jantzen Beach RV Park

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