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Lewis & Clark Campground & RV Park

Campground Description:  Lewis & Clark Campground & RV Park is a privately owned and operated campground located near North Bonneville, Washington, on State Route 14 (SR14).  This campground is ideal for owners of RVs who discover that their RV will not fit into the small camping sites at Beacon Rock State Park, 1 miles west.  It is also convenient for tent camping when Beacon Rock State Park is full.  The facility is somewhat rustic in appearance with a large number of permanent or semi-permanent RVs on the property.  It is conveniently located only 37 miles from Vancouver, WA, allowing for a quick weekend getaway from Vancouver or Portland, Oregon.  All of the RV camping and tent camping sites are either gravel or dirt and the main roads are also either gravel or dirt.  Almost all of the RV camping sites offer trees and shrubs while those on the extreme east side of the facility are near a stream.  Shopping and restaurants are available in Stevenson, 8 miles east.  Reservations are taken, but not always needed.  Open year round.

Number of Sites:  40

Electricity:  Yes

Water:  Yes

Sewer:  At 20 of the 40 RV camping sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  Near North Bonneville, Washington.  One and one-half miles east of Beacon Rock State Park.  From State Route 14 (SR14) watch for milepost 37.  Turn north onto Evergreen Drive.  Follow Evergreen Drive mile to the entrance for Lewis & Clark Campground and RV Park.

Fishing:  Lewis & Clark Campground & RV Park is not located on the Columbia River.  Excellent fishing is available nearby on the Columbia River as well as numerous smaller creeks and rivers that flow into the Columbia River in the area.  Columbia River fishing is best from a boat.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Although the skies are very dark there are too many trees at the resort to allow practical viewing.  The baseball fields at the public park in Home Valley (14 miles east on SR-14) offer better than average astronomy opportunities.  See the Home Valley Park link above.

Nearby Golfing:  Stevenson (8 miles east on SR-14):

Dolce Skamania Lodge Golf Course
1131 Skamania Lodge Way
Stevenson, WA 98648
Dolce Skamania Lodge Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Lewis & Clark Campground & RV Park
355 Evergreen Drive
North Bonneville, WA 98648
Lewis and Clark Campground

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Sign at the entrance to Lewis & Clark Campground & RV Park

Although well developed the Lewis & Clark Campground & RV Park offers some secluded RV camping sites

RV camping or tent camping site at Lewis & Clark Campground & RV Park

Typical RV camping or tent camping site at Lewis & Clark Campground & RV Park

Remote RV camping or tent camping site at Lewis & Clark Campground & RV Park

Some camping sites at Lewis & Clark Campground and RV Park are occupied on a long term basis

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