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Memaloose State Park offers opportunities for camping, picnicking, windsurfing, interpretive programs, viewing interpretive displays and viewing beautiful scenery and historic sites.

Memaloose State Park is a virtual oasis of beauty in the hottest part of the Columbia River Gorge. Temperatures can top 110 F on a summer day, but Memaloose always manages to provide cool comfort, lush green grass and shade thanks to the tall maples and willows that loom large in the park. The sound of pulsating sprinklers provides a melodic nighttime rhythm to the counterpoint of chirping crickets and lonesome train whistles.

On summer nights, families select prime viewing spots on the cool grass and open meadows around the campground and observe the nightly celestial performances of shooting stars, wandering satellites and far away galaxies.

Vital stats: The park is open March – November. The campground provides 43 full hookup campsites and 67 tent sites (maximum site 60 feet). The campground offers showers.

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