The Corp of Engineers manages this site along the Columbia River. There are four sections – a gravel lot where we camped ( pictured above); a day use picnic area that has grass, trees, tables and restrooms; a Native American fishing treaty camp area which is surrounded by a fence; and a large asphalt lot with a boat ramp.
Camping is allowed for 14 days. We weren’t sure where we were supposed to camp but choose the gravel lot for the view and the cool breeze coming off of the water. There’s some noise from the interstate on the opposite side of the river and from trains on both sides of the river but overall it’s a peaceful campsite.