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Wind Mountain RV Park
Campground Description: The Wind Mountain RV Park is a privately owned and operated RV park. Associated with the park is a cafe and small lodge. The RV park is open to tent camping as well as RV camping. During the spring and summer months the park is quite busy, inhabited by fishermen and fisherwomen. All roads are gravel as are the camping sites. The facility is carved into the side of a small rolling hill and some RV camping sites may present some difficulty to those who find backing an RV challenging. Open year round. Reservations are highly recommended.
Number of Sites: 28
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: Near Home Valley, Washington. Follow State Route 14 to the town of Home Valley (51 miles east of Vancouver, WA). Follow SR-14 another 5 miles to milepost 50. Home Valley RV Park is located on the north side of SR-14 between mileposts 50 and 51.
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: No, too many trees in the area and no reasonable nearby area to set up safely in the dark.
Nearby Golfing: Stevenson (18 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:Wind Mountain RV Park 50561 Highway 14 Home Valley/Stevenson, WA 98648 509-427-5152 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sign at the entrance to Wind Mountain RV Park
The lodge and cafe at Wind Mountain RV Park
Full hook-up RV camping site at Wind Mountain RV Park
A full hook-up RV camping or tent camping site at Wind Mountain RV Park
A few of the campsites at Wind Mountain RV Park are lawned
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