Oklahoma Campground is nestled in among large pine and fir trees along side of the Little White Salmon River which offers excellent fishing. Hiking, biking, fishing and picnicking are some of the many activities to be enjoyed by all. Big lava beds are just west of the campground for exploring.
Oklahoma Campground is in a lush forest setting with some open meadow space. Close to the Columbia River gorge. Fishing nearby. Easy RV parking. There are a total of 23 sites with a maximum spur of 25 feet. This campground on the Little White Salmon River is generally flat with some open meadow space. The campground is close to the Columbia River Gorge. Best Time to Visit: Oklahoma Campground is open May through September.
Things To Do:
- Fire Rings
- Picnic Tables
- Potable Water
Reservations must be made 3 days in advance.
3 night minimum on holiday weekends.
No ATVS or OHVS in campground. The camping fee includes entry for 1 vehicle and 1 legally towed vehicle. An extra vehicle fee of $8 will be collected at the campground.
All equipment must fit on the site pad.
All vehicles park in developed areas only.
Horses prohibited except in designated horse camps.
Quiet hours 10pm to 6 am.
Pets must be leashed at all times.
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From Vancouver, WA, proceed East on SR 14, to mile post 56-1/2 to Cook-Underwood Road, exit left onto Cook-Underwood Road for 5 miles through Mill A to Willard Road. Bear left onto Willard Road into Willard and continue North on Oklahoma Road for 8 miles (to end of asphalt road) to the entrance of Oklahoma Campground.
From the East go 1.7 miles from the Hood River Bridge, crossing the White Salmon River and turn right onto Cook-Underwood Road for 8 miles to mile post 6, and turn right onto Willard Road, go to stop sign and turn right onto Oklahoma Road and proceed 8 miles North to the campground.