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The word "Skamania" is derived from the Chinookan word for "swift water", a reference to the Columbia River?
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Timberlake Campground & RV Park
112 Bylin Road
Home Valley, WA 98648
Fax 509-427-2265
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This forested 22-acre park was designed to provide the ultimate in camping pleasure. Located away from highway and train noise.
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Member Since 2006

Beacon Rock State Park
34841 State Route 14
Stevenson, WA 98648
(509) 427-8265
Fax (509) 427-4471
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Beacon Rock State Park is a historically significant 5,100 acre park, open year round with camping, hiking, fishing, overnight marina and much more!
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Member Since 1997

Eagle Cliff Store & Campground
FR 90, MP 16.1
PO Box 102
Cougar, WA 98616
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Eagle Cliff is a full-service off grid camping facility, open to the public with 15 spacious campsites and four rustic cabins. Originally established in 1972, Eagle Cliff Store and Campground has been a destination for locals and tourists alike.
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Member Since 2015

Lewis & Clark RV Park
355 Evergreen Drive
North Bonneville, WA 98639
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Easy access off Highway 14 near Bonneville Dam. Full hook-ups for 50 RV sites or tent campers. Quiet, restful, lovely park!

Member Since 2006

The Resort at Skamania Coves
45932 State Highway 14
Stevenson, WA 98648
Fax 503-682-1704
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1 and 2 bedroom Vacation Rental Homes. RV lodging with full hook-ups, river access and extraordinary views.
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Member Since 2007

Wind Mountain RV Park and Lodge & Home Valley Store
50561 Highway 14
Stevenson, WA 98648
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RV park with full hook-ups, motel rooms, groceries and gas.
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Member Since 2001

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