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Ainsworth State Park

Nestled in the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge, Ainsworth is equal parts waterfall wonderland, hiker's playground and camper's delight.

Situated at the eastern end of Historic Highway 30, from Ainsworth to Crown Point to the west, you'll find the world's greatest concentration of high waterfalls (like Multnomah Falls).

By leaving the park on Nesmith Point trail, you'll end up with a splendid view of St. Peter's Dome, a majestic basalt monolith rising 2,000 feet above the mighty Columbia River. Hiking is definitely something you'll want to do while camping at Ainsworth State Park.

Back at the campground, you'll find 45 peaceful full-service campsites canopied in a laid-back, tree-filled setting. There are also four walk-in tent sites for a more primitive camping experience. This is a classic campground ... the smell of a campfire is your constant companion. Flush toilets, showers, a camp host, firewood and an amphitheater with interpretive programs are all here. Top it off with a roaring creek at the east end of the park, and you have all the makings for a great camping trip.
 

Services and Things to Do

  • Camping
  • Tent
  • Full hookup
  • Primitive
  • Showers
  • Dump station
  • Playgrounds
  • Picnicking
  • Wildlife watching
  • Walking trail
  • Hiking trail
  • Special events
  • Nature programs
  • Interpretive events
  • Forest
  • Waterways
  • Rock formations
  • Mountains
  • Waterfalls
  • Historic resources
  • Historic trails
  • Interpretation
  • Evening programs
  • Restrooms


Park rates (subject to change)
May 1 to September 30
Full rate: $16
Tent site: $14
Extra vehicle: $5
October 1 to April 30 (Discovery Season)
Full rate: $12
Tent site: $10
Extra vehicle: $5

Historic Columbia River Highway, 17 miles E of Troutdale at Exit 35 off I 84.

Get driving directions to this park

Vital stats
Open March 18 - November.
Campsites are first-come, first-served. 45 full hookup (maximum site 60 feet); 5 walk-in tent sites (accommodates primitive tent camping with nearby parking area). For more information, call (503) 695-2301 or (800) 551-6949.

Information provided by Oregon State Parks


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