This nice wooded campground is bordered on two sides by the Little White Salmon River in a thick forest of Douglas Fir, Hemlock, Cedar, true Fir, and Big Leaf Maples. It is just north of the Columbia River and nearby wind surfing sites. It has drinking water and a host during the season.
Moss Creek Campground offers excellent fishing. Elevation at 1400 feet offers a very cool summer-camping experience for small RVs and tent
|Park Season||Site Type||Nightly/Daily Rates|
Mid May –
|TENT ONLY NONELECTRIC DOUBLE||$16.00|
Know Before You Go:
Drinking water is available
Located in the southeast corner of the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest and close to Columbia River Gorge, Moss Creek Campground sits alongside the Little White Salmon River. At an elevation of 1,400 feet, the campground is shaded by a thick canopy of hemlock, cedars, firs and maples. Moss Creek is ideal for those wishing to escape the summer heat.
This small campground has 16 sites that are ideal for tents but useable by smaller RVs and trailers.
Firewood can be purchased on-site.
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)
From I-5 at Vancouver, WA, turn east on Highway 14 for 56 miles to Cook. Turn north on Cook-Underwood Rd, drive 5 miles then turn left onto Willard Road, drive 2+ miles continue onto Oklahoma Rd, drive under 1 mile Campground is on your right.