Camping at Ainsworth State Park in Oregon
Ainsworth State Park is a great place to spend a night or two while enjoying your waterfall hikes in the area or kite boarding on the Columbia. The shady campground sits along the Historic Columbia River Highway and is just minutes from I-84.
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The campground is at the east end of the popular Waterfall Corridor. It’s not real big, but it’s lovely with all the trees and greenery. It’s backed up to some spectacular rock cliffs, with some areas affected by the 2017 Eagle Creek Fire.
Go For a Hike
Gorge 400 Trail: From the west end of the campground, you can hop on the Gorge 400 Trail. This trail connects to many of the other trails in the area, so there are many options for a great day hike. Following the trail will take you to Angel’s Rest Trailhead near Bridal Veil Falls.
Gorge Area Parking Permits
Other Campgrounds Nearby
Optional Items to Bring
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