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Timberlake Campground & RV Park

Campground Description:  Timberlake Campground and RV Park is a privately owned and operated campground located 4 miles of Home Valley, WA.  This is one of the few campgrounds that caters equally to RV camping and tent camping enthusiasts - the tent camping sites are anything but an afterthought.  Pleasantly, no permanent or semi-permanent RV seem to be in the RV park.  The entire facility at the Timberlake Campground and RV Park is well thought out and complete enough to provide for any weekend camper or even a large family reunion.  The bathrooms offer flush toilets and hot showers.  The recreation hall will accommodate up to 100 people and has a kitchen facility available upon request.  The RV camping sites are large enough to accommodate almost any size camper.  Shopping and dining opportunities are available in Home Valley (4 miles south), Stevenson (10 miles west) or in Hood River (20 miles east).  Open year round and reservations are recommended for RV camping.  Tent camping is predictably always available.

Number of Sites:  43 RV camping sites and 22 tent camping sites

Electricity:  At RV camping sites 3-43

Water:  At RV camping sites 3-43 and within the tent camping areas

Sewer:  At RV camping sites 3-25

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  Just north of the town of Home Valley, Washington.  Follow State Route 14 to Home Valley (51 miles east of Vancouver, WA).  Turn north on Berge Road.  Follow Berge Road for 2.7 miles to Bylin Road.  Turn right (east) on Bylin Road and follow 150 yards to the entrance of Timberlake Campground and RV Park.

Fishing:  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 dark due to the remote location, there are too many trees to allow a clear view of the skies.

Nearby Golfing:  Stevenson (10 miles west on SR-14):

Dolce Skamania Lodge Golf Course
1131 Skamania Lodge Way
Stevenson, WA 98648
1-800-293-0418
Dolce Skamania Lodge Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Timberlake Campground and RV Park
112 Bylin Road
Home Valley, WA 98648
509-427-2267
Timberlake Campground and RV Park

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Sign at the entrance to Timberlake Campground and RV Park

Map of Timberlake Campground and RV Park

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

Play area and club house at Timberlake Campground and RV Park

The RV camping sites are all gravel at Timberlake Campground and RV Park

The RV camping sites at Timberlake Campground and RV Park are long and wide

Some of the RV camping sites at Timberlake Campground and RV Park are a little close to each other

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