Memaloose State Park


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Memaloose State Park has campsites that look over the river and the park's namesake, Memaloose Island, which is a place sacred to the indigenous people of the Columbia River Gorge. Visitors of the park mainly use it as a gateway to exploring The Dalles and the east end of the Gorge, where they can enjoy spring wildflowers and the cooling shade of the maple, willow and cottonwood trees. The park offer 43 full hookup sites, 66 tent sites with water nearby, flush toilets and hot showers, and an RV dump station.

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Lat: 45.695611 Lng: -121.33412

User Reviews


Wayne Townsend

Lovely spacious green and on the river. Trains did not bother us at all. Clean facilities. Shower buttons a bit tedious.


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