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Roy&Lynne

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Posted: 10/31/19 12:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

profdant139 wrote:

We found the campgrounds in the Gorge to be a little noisy because of the trains. But we liked this RV park:

Crown Point in Corbett, OR

Hope this helps!

That will absolutely work. I don't mind trains either, but I could sleep through a hurricane and my husband just turns off his hearing aids.


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Posted: 10/31/19 12:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

profdant139 wrote:

We found the campgrounds in the Gorge to be a little noisy because of the trains. But we liked this RV park:

Crown Point in Corbett, OR

Hope this helps!

That will absolutely work. I don't mind trains either, but I could sleep through a hurricane and my husband just turns off his hearing aids.

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Hey, just down the interstate at exit 109 is dry camping along the river--paved and unpaved. Very nice.
On the Washington side of the river (hwy 97) is dry camping along the river too. Turn toward the Maryhill State Park, and continue past all the orchards to the dam. I've never been there, but have spoken to folks that like the area.
Good luck, don't forget the winery, museum, stone henge, and the Goldendale observatory. Oh, and the fast food at Biggs!!

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2oldman wrote:

ScottG wrote:

"Dalles".
Dallas is in Texas [emoticon]
I hope that's a typo..they're from the pnw.

We also have a Dallas in Oregon, it is south of Salem.


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The Washington side of the Columbia is so much nicer than the Interstate.

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I see you have a Casita. Beacon Rock State Park on the Washington side will accommodate you and is pretty nice. It is up the hill and away from the noise and most of the wind.

I wonder if some realize there is a Dallas in Oregon.

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Posted: 11/12/19 01:54pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

rhagfo wrote:

2oldman wrote:

ScottG wrote:

"Dalles".
Dallas is in Texas [emoticon]
I hope that's a typo..they're from the pnw.

We also have a Dallas in Oregon, it is south of Salem.

Dallas, Oregon is slightly south of Salem, but mostly west of it.
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FWIW I understood which city in Oregon the OP was referencing.


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