Stay in the Outdoors in The Gorge!

There may not be a better way to experience The Gorge than a few nights under the stars. Troutdale offers the beginning of The Gorge camping experience with the Sandy Riverfront RV Resort, on the Columbia River Highway. Those seeking a more remote experience can head to the Oxbow Regional Park upstream on the Sandy River or Ainsworth State Park on the Columbia River near Horsetail Falls. The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area has a multitude of backcountry camping or horse camping options for those seeking even more solitude.

Other opportunities to camp around Troutdale include:

Plan Your Experience

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Oxbow Regional Park is a 1,000-acre natural area park located ten miles southeast of Troutdale along the Sandy River and is a perfect launch point for water-based activities in the majestic Sandy River Gorge. Hike 12 miles of trails: gentle grades along the river's terraces or steeper trails up a ridge between the river's bends. Parking fee per car or per bus (free with annual parking pass). Accessible picnic areas, campground restroom/shower buildings and some...
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Rare Earth Adventures provides outdoor guide services and educational courses in the Pacific Northwest. 
ROAMERICA vans are fully equipped for your next adventure
Based just 15 minutes east of the Portland Airport, ROAMERICA rents 4x4 and 2wd campervans, built for the ultimate adventure. ROAMERICA provides everything you need to explore the Northwest and more, in comfort and style. From the Cascade Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, these campervans are prepared to handle any adventure you can dream of. Whether its wine tasting and mountain biking in Hood River and Bend, or surfing and flyfishing on the stunning Oregon...
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From rugged cliffs to cascading waterfalls and opportunities to fish, you'll experience it all when you park your RV at Sandy Riverfront RV Resort. Nestled along the Sandy River, their resort offers you a prime location and excellent amenities. Just a few minutes walk from Downtown Troutdale and on the banks of the Sandy River.