Memaloose State Park sits on the Columbia River just 40 miles east of Multnomah Falls and 70 miles east of Portland, Oregon. The area is surrounded by the scenery of the Columbia River Gorge and just off of the Historic Columbia River Highway. While the campground is fairly secluded, it’s only 12 minutes from the charming town of Hood River, which provides quick access to Mt. Hood and a bridge into Washington.
If you’re looking for a beautiful park that lets you soak up the most of the Pacific Northwest’s scenery while also providing modern amenities, this is the place to stay. Memaloose State Park is surrounded by beauty, nestled along the Columbia River and within the depths of the Mt. Hood National Forest. While the campground is minimal, allowing you to truly relax, it does offer modern conveniences such as hot showers, flush toilets, and full hookups. You’ll find historical information about the Chinook Indian tribes that inhabit this land, and there’s even a large granite monument where some pioneer burial grounds.