Road towards Sundale Park
Viewed from Sundale Park
From Hwy.97 / Biggs, OR
Take Hwy.97 north across the bridge
Turn right on Hwy.14 east
Sundale Park is 27 miles
Between milepost 128???
Photo taken from ODOT Road Cams
Usually the winters are mild, but be prepared
and know the weather forecast.
December 21, 2008
OREGON ROAD CAMS
While the weather is more moderate
in this area, but it can and does snow
in the winter. Usually the snow only
last a couple days.
Showers at Maryhill State Park and Historic
$.50 for 3 minutes. (Need to use quarters)
Free Day Use Area and Parking
Columbia River from Cliffs Park
LATITUDE: N 45°42.819
LONGITUDE: W 120°42.718
West on Hwy.14 at the John Day Dam
Road follows the Columbia River for several
miles with dispersed campsites. Incredible
Columbia River Gorge from Rufus Landing
On the Oregon side of the Columbia River
Opposite side of river from Cliffs Park
LATITUDE: N 45°41.593
LONGITUDE: W 120°45.288
Dispersed and primitive camping on the
Oregon side of the Columbia River
opposite of Cliffs Park.
French Glen and Giles French Park
LATITUDE: N 45°42.175
LONGITUDE: W 120°43.466
Dispersed and primitive camping on
the Oregon side of the Columbia River
opposite of Cliffs Park.
Avery Park and Fishing Treaty Site
LATITUDE: N 45°39.748
LONGITUDE: W 121°02.117
Hwy.14 between milepost 89-90
(3 miles west from Wishram, WA)
Rock Creek Boat Ramp
CREEK BOAT RAMP
LATITUDE: N 45°43.165
LONGITUDE: W 120°27.649
Hwy.14 / Milepost 121
Take Rock Creek Road for xx miles
Stone House on Hwy.14 / Milepost 85
Near Horse Thief State Park
Petroglyphs at Horse Thief State Park
John Day Dam Petroglyphs
Indian Petroglyphs at Cliffs Park
DAY DAM PETROGLYPHS
LATITUDE: N 45°42.981
LONGITUDE: W 120°42.272
From the fishing platform nearest to
John Day Dam walk along the river
towards the lock. The petroglyphs
are on the cliff face. There are Bear
Paws and other symbols.
Stonehenge Memorial near Maryhill, WA.
LATITUDE: N 45°41.660
LONGITUDE: W 120°48.380
Hwy.14 east from Maryhill, WA
Stonehenge Memorial is a replica of
the Stonehenge Monument in England...
Built by Samuel Hill as a memorial to
Klickitat County soldiers who lost their
lives in World War One. Construction
was completed in 1929.
The War Memorial is dedicated to...
Next to Stonehenge Memorial
Maryhill Loops Road
MARYHILL LOOPS ROAD
Maryhill Loops Road was the first paved
road in America. Closed to cars and now
a skateboard mecca. Hwy.14 about 1/4 mile
east from Stonehenge.
Samuel Hill Memorial Bridge.
Built in 1962
Hwy.97 over the Columbia River
Viewed from Cliffs Park east from Maryhill, WA
Windsurfers in Columbia Gorge
Also see: 29 PINES CAMPGROUND
Also see: AVERY
Also see: CLIFFS
Also see: FRENCH
Also see: GLENWOOD-GOLDENDALE
Also see: MOUNT
Also see: ROCK CREEK BOAT RAMP
Also see: RUFUS
Also see: TEANAWAY
Also see: WILLIAMS
Liberty Site, WA
Near Williams Campground in Washington.
CAMPGROUND INDEXCAMPING ADVICE AND TIPS
Bring extra film for the camera or batteries
for digital cameras. The Columbia Gorge is
extremely scenic and photos around every
turn in the road.
Free campgrounds and camping
WASHINGTON CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE
SUNDALE PARK FISHING SITE