Wyeth Campground is part of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area in Cascade Locks, Oregon and includes 13 individual sites and three group sites. The campground is at the base of the Columbia River Gorge Cliffs between Washington and Oregon, and there are 77 waterfalls on the Oregon side alone. You'll be perfectly positioned to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities during your stay at Wyeth, and the campground can accommodate trailers, tents, and small RVs up to 30 feet. This is a pet-friendly campground, so bring your pooch along, but make sure they're always leashed.
This accessible campground has paved roads, paths, and parking spots. There's a camp host on-site 24 hours a day to ensure the washrooms are kept clean and to help campers with whatever they may need. Each campsite comes with a picnic table, a campfire ring, and a grill. There are no hookups or dump stations for RVs, but potable water is available. No wifi is available at Wyeth, although visitors say they get strong cell phone reception during their stay.
Hikers have several nearby trails to choose from while they camp. You may opt for the Wyeth Trail, a 7.3-mile trail that begins right at the campground. Anglers will find several prime fishing spots along the path. The fee for parking at the trailhead is not included in the $20 daily rate, so be prepared for this expense. Campers can also travel 10 miles west to the Bonneville Dam to take a hatchery tour or go wind-sailing on the Hood River. Within ten miles of the campsite, you'll find boat ramps, beaches, playgrounds, mountain biking, cafes, grocery stores, general stores, and anything else you may need during your stay.
Although you'll never want to leave once you're there, guests are permitted to camp for up to 14 days. Two spots are first-come-first-served, but the rest tend to book up months in advance between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Be sure to get a jump on booking so you don't miss out on a spot at Wyeth Campground!