Skamokawa Vista Park is owned and operated by the Port of Whakiakum No. 2. Skamokawa Vista Park is far more than a campground. The park offers several recreation opportunities including RV camping, tent camping, horseshoes, basket ball, baseball/softball, tennis courts, Co9lumbia River beachcombing and swimming, a day use area, a boat launch and several playgrounds. Just at the entrance to the park is a public library. The park is all planted in grass with several attractive stands of trees. In addition to traditional RV camping and tent camping sites Skamokawa Vista Park offers 5 heated yurts in 3 sizes. Finally, Skamokawa Vista Park offers hot showers, flush toilets, fire rings, picnic tables and several day use shelters. Reservations are possible and recommended during Salmon and Steelhead seasons. Open year round
Kayaking, beach combing, fishing, golfing, ship viewing, wldlife viewing.
Boat Launch, Cabins, Drinking Water, Dump Station, Fire Ring, Flush Toilet, Grill, Hookup - Electric, Laundry, Pets OK, Picnic Table, Playground, Showers, Trash
Contact: Skamokawa Vista Park, Port of Wahkiakum No. 2, 360/795-8611.
Tent sites are $16 per night, and RV sites are $19-$23 per night.
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Reviewed by Brendan McDonald on November 23, 2013
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Can a campground move the earth? A silly question you say, but in this case they moved tons of white sand onto the shore of this Columbia River gem. A bank of trees protects campsites from the wind of the Columbia River. On weekends, dozens of multi-colored kayaks line the sandy beach, as this is a popular spot for many WA and OR kayak clubs, who enjoy the many canals on which the town of Skamokawa is built. The town resembles "Who-Ville," depicted by Dr. Seuss, with the buildings much higher than wide, all built around canals, and leaning just a bit. I rate this park #1 best campground in a fascinating tiny town. For more info contact http://campeverycountywa.com/
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