Free Guide to Northwest Camping
County Line Park
Campground Description: County Line Park is owned and operated by Wahkiakum County, Washington. County Line Park is a fisherman's paradise. Situated on the banks of the Columbia River, County Line Park offers RV camping, tent camping and a day use area. Facilities include restrooms with flush toilets and hot showers, a fish cleaning station and a seasonal fish smokehouse. All campsites are paved with sweeping views of the Columbia River and its ocean going shipping traffic. Complete shopping and services are available in Longview, 14 miles east on Highway 4. Open year round. Reservations are available and highly recommended. In the State of Washington, holding a campsite for someone who has not arrived yet is against the law and punishable with a significant fine.
Number of Sites: 21
Water: Yes at central locations
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: Located between Interstate 5 (I-5) to the east and Highway 101 to the west. From I-5 in Kelso - Take exit 39 and follow to Highway 4. Turn west on Highway 4 and follow for 16.5 miles to the entrance on the left to County Line Park. From the junction of Highway 101 and Highway 4 - Follow Highway 4 eastbound for 45.7 miles to the entrance on the right to County Line Park
Fishing: Fishing is the primary attraction to this park. In season, fish for world class Salmon and Steelhead. Chat with other campers to pick up tips and what baits to use. Hopefully other fishermen will be angry with you for hogging the fish cleaning station cleaning your fish
Astronomy Opportunities: Fairly good in the day use area. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 46.17604N, 123.21378W
Nearby Golfing:Mint Valley Golf Course 4002 Pennsylvania Street Longview, WA 98632 Phone 360.442.5442 Mint Valley Golf Course Longview Country Club 41 Country Club Dr. Longview, WA 98632 Telephone 360-423-8500 Longview Country Club
Contact Information:Wahkiakum County Parks and Recreation PO Box 97 Cathlamet, WA 98612 Telephone: 360-795-8605
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The sign welcoming campers to County Line Park
One-half of the RV camping sites are on the river at County Line Park
The restroom facilities at County Line Park offer flush toilets and hot showers
A typical back-in camping site at County Line Park
Camping just doesn't seem to get any better than County Line Park
The swimming beach and, beyond, the fishing beach at County Line Park
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