Finding the right vacation campground is made easier when the setting is by a serene, slow-moving river. Woodland Shores RV Park is a go-to destination for road trippers wanting to settle their RV overnight in a safe environment with total hook-ups to electricity (30/50 amp) water, sewer, and the internet.
Sites are cozy with pull-through and back-in entry onto a level, concrete pad with some overlooking Lewis River. A communal picnic area offers a riverside view with a degree of noise heard from the highway. This is an efficiently run park with camera security and nicely maintained grounds.
Restrooms, showers, and a laundry are immaculate and you can access the river to fish for prized chinook salmon or take the boat out on a scenic cruise. A recreation area is ideal for a friendly game of pool or to relax and watch TV.
Woodlands Shore RV Park is a convenient safe haven for travelers heading to Salem or Portland and a walk away from Woodland, a blooming city home to the Hulda Klager Gardens, an enchanting display of colorful flowers. The park is within minutes of Wal-Mart, groceries, restaurants, and fast-food outlets. An hour’s drive opens your mind to the monumental presence of St. Helens Mountain and the adjoining national park. High on the list of adventurous things to do is climbing this force of nature or seeing it from above in a helicopter ride. Exploring the trails is a great day out, as long as your pup follows the on-leash rule.
Dogs are also allowed at Woodland Shores RV Park and need to be on a leash at all times. There is a designated area for puppy walks and doggy bathroom breaks, as the hosts ask guardians to keep their fur-angels off the flower beds and grass. Horseshoe Lake Park is a 3-minute drive with 6.5 acres of grass and a scenic lake for canine walks.
Woodland Shores is a tidy stopover park, although some folks have made it their forever home. Peak times are summer and holidays, so it’s always preferable to book.