Ainsworth State Park
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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).

Back at the campground, you'll find 43 peaceful full-service campsites canopied in a laid-back, tree-filled setting. There are also six 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.
Camping Types: RV Camping, Tent Camping

Geography: Columbia Gorge, Mountains

Amphitheater Camp Host Drinking water
Dump Station Fire Pits Firewood
Flush Toilets Garbage Service Pets Allowed
Picnic Tables RV Hookup (Electrical) RV Hookup (Sewer)


Access: Drive in, Walk in

Number of sites: 51

Max People: 8

Max RV Length: 60 feet

Elevation: 95 feet

Availability: April 15 - September 24

Hours: Check in: 4pm
Check out: 1pm

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Website: Ainsworth State Park

Address: Hwy 30

City: Cascade Locks

State: Oregon

Zip code: 97014

Country: United States

Phone: 800.551.6949

GPS Lat: 45.59592

GPS Lon: -122.05087

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My Average Rating: 3.50
I am from Oregon
Reviewed by: Chilidog
Review date: Apr-30-2017
Great location in the gorge! This is mainly for rv camping as there are 40 sports for RVs, and only 6 walk-in tent sites. Each one ranges in size, and is approximately 100 ft from the parking area. We stayed in site 6 and it seemed to be the largest site. It was very pretty and there were many trees providing good coverage.

Park hosts were great and there was damp firewood for sale ($5 a bundle). Bathrooms were kept clean and there were even showers available!

PS If you are bothered by the sounds of trains then this might not be the campsite for you. We woke up around 2 to a freight train rolling by.  

My Average Rating: 3.51
I am from Oregon
Reviewed by: Blitzfan
Review date: Jul-30-2013
The nature of the Columbia River Gorge really limits large, spread out campgrounds. And Ainsworth is no different here. The campground is long and narrow, kind of precariously placed on a hill above the Columbia River Gorge Scenic HWY. The RV sites are really right on top of each other. The six walk in tent sites are better but also have problems. A couple of the walk in sites barely have room to setup a tent. The advantage of this campground is that you are really in a good spot for walking or hiking to the great and famous waterfalls that highlight the Gorge.  

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