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Scappoose RV Park

Campground Description:  The Scappoose RV Park is owned and operated by Columbia County Forests, Parks and Recreation.  The RV camping facility is a somewhat small park located adjacent to the Scappoose airport.  All RV Camping sites are paved and most offer full hookups.  Tent camping is allowed in the grass covered day use area.  Open year round.  Reservations are accepted.

Number of Sites:  6 RV camping sites with full hookups, 1 RV camping site with no hookups and an undetermined number of tent camping sites on the lawn

Electricity:  Yes, at 6 RV camping sites

Water:  Yes, at 6 RV camping sites

Sewer:  Yes, at 6 RV camping sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  From Highway 30 Eastbound or Westbound - Located 22 miles northwest of Portland on Highway 30 and one mile north of Scappoose.  In Scappoose, turn east on West Lane Road.  Drive 3/4 mile to Honeyman Road and turn left.  Located adjacent to the Scappoose Industrial Airpark

Fishing:  None at the park.  The Columbia River is close by with several boat launches in the area.  Shore fishing on the Columbia River in this area is not productive.  For shore fishing there are many small creeks and rivers in the area that are quite productive, especially for Rainbow Trout.  Inquire locally.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Telescope camping is not good due to obstruction by the trees in the park and frequently overcast night skies

Nearby Golfing:  The nearest golf is 22 miles southeast in the Portland metro area.  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: 

Scappoose RV Park
34038 N. Honeyman Road
Scappoose, Oregon
503-543-3225
503-366-3984 (reservations)
Scappoose RV Park

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The sign at the entrance to Scappoose RV Park

A typical back-in RV camping site at Scappoose RV Park

Note that every other RV camping site at Scappoose RV Park has the hookups on the wrong side of the RV

The restroom facilities at Scappoose RV Park offer flush toilets and hot showers

The combination day use and tent camping area at Scappoose RV Park

The combination day use and tent camping area at Scappoose RV Park offers a public shelter

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