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Campground Description: Plymouth Park is owned and operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers. This 112 acre park is located in the town of Plymouth, Washington, and offers both a day use area and a campground that is suitable for RV camping or tent camping. All roads within Plymouth Park are paved as are the camping site pads. The day use area is located approximately 1 mile west from the campground. The day use area offers picnic tables, BBQs, a swimming beach, a boat launch and fishing. Both the day use area and the campground at Plymouth Park are open April 1 to October 31.
Number of Sites: 16 water, electricity and sewer. 16 water and electricity.
Sewer: Yes at 16 sites
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: Interstate 82/US Highway 395 southbound from the Tri-Cities - take exit 131, turn right at at bottom of exit ramp onto westbound State Route 14. Follow for approximately 1 mile. Turn left (South) onto SR-221/South Plymouth Road and follow for .7 miles to Christy Road. Turn right (West) onto Christy Road. The entrance to Plymouth Park is 1/4 mile on the left (South) side of Christy Road. Interstate 82/US Highway 395 northbound from Oregon - take exit 131, turn left at at bottom of exit ramp onto westbound State Route 14. Follow for approximately 1 mile. Turn left (South) onto SR-221/South Plymouth Road and follow for .7 miles to Christy Road. Turn right (West) onto Christy Road. The entrance to Plymouth Park is 1/4 mile on the left (South) side of Christy Road. State Route 14 eastbound from Patterson, Washington - at milepost 180 (approximately) look for SR-221/South Plymouth Road. Turn left (South) onto SR-221/South Plymouth Road and follow for .7 miles to Christy Road. Turn right (West) onto Christy Road. The entrance to Plymouth Park is 1/4 mile on the left (South) side of Christy Road.
Fishing: Plymouth Park is not directly on the river, however fishing is available 1 mile away at the day use area.
Astronomy Opportunities: Good. No light pollution. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 45.93044° North, 117.35671° West.
Nearby Golfing: Numerous Par 3 to championship courses in the Tri-Cities, 25 miles north.Pasco: Sun Willows in Pasco http://www.sunwillowsgolfcourse.com/ Pasco Golf Land - 2901 N. Road 40, Pasco, WA 99301 (509) 544-9291 Kennewick: Columbia Park Golf Course - 2701 Columbia Park Trail, Kennewick, WA 99336 (509) 586-2800 Canyon Lakes Golf Course - http://www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com/ Richland: Columbia Point Golf Course - http://www.columbiapointgolfcourse.com/ Buckskin Golf Club - 1726 Bronco Ln, Richland, WA 99354 (509) 942-0888 West Richland Municipal Golf Course - 4000 Fallon Dr, West Richland, WA 99353 (509) 967-2165
Contact Information: US Army Corps of Engineers, 2763 Monument Drive, Burbank, WA 99323 (509) 547-7781 877-444-6777 Plymouth Park
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Sign at the entrance to Plymouth Park
Campground map of Plymouth Park
The restroom facilities at Plymouth Park offer flush toilets and hot showers
One of the many pull-through camping spaces at Plymouth Park
A few of the camping sites at Plymouth Park are rather barren
One of the tree lined camping sites at Plymouth Park
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