Fees, Maps & Rules

 

Camping Fees

All campsite fees are due upon arrival and allow for a maximum site occupancy of four (4) persons per site, excluding children.  Each site is permitted either one (1) tent, one (1) RV, one (1) Sprinter Van, or one (1) vehicle with trailer; plus one (1) additional tent and non-sleeping vehicle.  Camping tickets are valid for the day (and night) of purchase and expire at 12:00 pm the following day.  Tickets can be purchased for between 1 and seven days for individual sites and between 1 and 3 days for group sites.  Tickets are not available to be purchased in advance.  After seven (7) consecutive days in the same site, guests will be required to purchase a ticket for a different site if choosing to stay additional nights in the campground.  The following nightly rates are applicable at Hood River County's campgrounds.

Tucker Park

  • $40.00  -  Riverside campsites
  • $65.00  -  Small Group sites
  • $30.00  -  Single Tent and all other sites
  • $  0.25  -  Coin showers per minute (3-minute minimum)

 

 

Toll Bridge Park

  • $40.00  -  Riverside campsites
  • $35.00  -  Partial hookup campsites
  • $85.00  -  Large Group sites
  • $65.00  -  Small Group sites
  • $30.00  -  Single Tent and all other sites
  • $  0.25  -  Coin showers per minute (3-minute minimum)

 

 

Campground Maps

Campground maps for both Tucker Park and Toll Bridge Park were updated in 2018.  Please select the appropriate link to view either map and to familiarize yourself with the new campsite numbering systems.


Park and Campground Rules

Hood River County's park rules are defined in Title 12 of the Hood River County Code.  The county began updating the Code in late 2016 and specifically addressed County Park Regulations in 2018.  Through the process a variety of changes were made in order to address today's operating needs and to provide a more pleasurable experience for visitors.  On June 18, 2018 the County Board of Commissioners adopted Ordinance No. 363 which identifies some of the permitted, and prohibited, activities within county parks and campgrounds.  Please select the following link to read Ordinance No. 363 or a general overview of county park rules.
 


NOTICE: Oregon law (ORS 105.682, et seq.) provides the owner of land is not liable in contract or tort for injury, death or property damage that arises out of use of the land for recreational purposes (known as "recreational use immunity"). That immunity from liability does not apply if the owner makes a charge for permission to use the land. Fees charged for a particular use in this park, such as camping, do not apply to other uses of the park, or to your ability to enter other areas of the park. Therefore, Hood River County is not liable for injuries, death or property damage arising out of any use of this park for recreational purposes when no specific charge has been made for that use or for the right to enter that part of the property.