Viento State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located near Wyeth, Viento State Park is a park in Oregon near the Hood River along the southern bank of the Columbia River. One of a few parks in the Columbia River Gorge, Viento State Park has existed in some form as early as 1925 and has grown as new land was acquired. This makes it a fairly expansive park with a rich history to explore during your visit. Temperatures throughout the year tend to be fairly mild, though it can get a bit chilly during late winter and early spring. If that's not an issue for you, though, you're sure to love the scenic views and many things to explore when you're here.

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Spring 43-62.3 F
Summer 54.6-79.3 F
Fall 45.6-65 F
Winter 36.3-48 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Viento State Park

Renting an RV is the ideal way to visit Viento State Park. Comfort and convenience all at an affordable price add up to a fun vacation. If you're RVing in the area, check out these RV campgrounds when it's time to find a place to stay overnight.

Viento State Park Campgrounds

Viento State Park has 56 RV campgrounds that visitors can reserve for overnight stays. All of these sites come with electrical and water hookups and cost $24 per night to camp. Campers have access to all the great features of the park as well as various amenities ranging from hot showers and restrooms to playgrounds and more. Pets are also welcome here if they're kept on a leash.

Dufur City Park Campground

The Dufur City Park Campground is an area that's primarily reserved for RV and tent camping. One of the main advantages of this spot is its closeness to other attractions like museums and restaurants in Dufur. RV spots cost $35 per night and include full hookups as part of the price. Additionally, the park offers campers plenty of perks for staying there, including free Wi-Fi, sports fields, horseshoe pits, playgrounds, and a pool in the summer. Pets are also welcome to join in on the fun.

Port of Cascade Locks Marine Park

The Port of Cascade Locks Marine Park is a series of 15 campsites located along the Columbia River. Spots with water and electric hookups (11 of them) cost $35 per night to rent while spots without (the remaining four) only cost $25 per night. Regardless of which type you gravitate toward, you'll have access to a number of features like showers, restrooms, free Wi-Fi, proximity to the local Historical Museum and more. The park's dump station is free to use for campers, too. Pets are also welcome to stay here if kept on a leash.

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Inside Viento State Park

Viento State Park has a great deal to offer campers. Hiking trails are a major feature of the park, with several that travel outside the bounds of the park itself into the gorge, making for some truly captivating sights on your walk. Many campers enjoy activities like fishing and wind surfing within the Columbia River. You can also make the journey to the waterfall at Starvation Creek State Park by trekking down the Historic Columbia River Highway.

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How to Get to
Viento State Park

To get to Viento State Park, you'll want to start from nearby Wyeth as it is the closest town. These directions can apply to most cities and towns in the area, though, since they all essentially follow the same route but with a longer driving time. Starting from Wyeth, take the ramp onto I-84 East and follow it for about 5 miles. When you see Exit 56 coming up on the right, head off there. A short distance later, you'll see the park come up on the right.

Entering Viento State Park

The entrance to Viento State Park will be on the right, with signage and the entrance gate indicating that you're in the right place. Entering the park costs $5 at the gate. Day-use hours for the park go from sunup to sundown.

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RVshare is a proponent of all things outdoors, especially when it involves RVs. If your sensibilities tend to guide you toward adventure and scenery, you're sure to enjoy your trip to Viento State Park. With so much fun available in and around the park, remember to take plenty of pictures to keep those memories alive for years to come. You could even tag RVshare on social media or email your pictures to [email protected]. If you do, they may end up featured in a blog post about the area.

Frequently Asked Questions About Viento State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Viento State Park?

For those who love to windsurf, summer is the best time to head to Viento State Park. Visitors can enjoy beautiful scenic views year around. Temperatures get chilly in the winter and early spring.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Viento State Park?

There are 76 camping spots in the park. Water and electric hookups are provided at 56 of those spots. The campsites are large and shaded. The campgrounds have hot showers, flush toilets, and potable water.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Viento State Park and what is the cost?

Reservations are required and can be made up to six months in advance and as late as the same day. There is an $8 fee charged for making a reservation.

Are pets allowed at Viento State Park?

Dogs are welcome at Viento State Park. Dogs are allowed to walk throughout the park and on the state trail as long as they are on a leash, no longer than six feet.

Is Viento State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

Yes, Viento State Park is accessible to disabled visitors. The park has two campsites that are accessible to disabled campers. The campground has accessible restrooms, hot showers, and picnic areas.