Address: National Forest Development Road 18, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Bingen WA 98605
Single Site $16 per Night
Multi Site $30 per Night
Extra Vehicle $8 per Night
Golden Age and Golden Access cards will receive a 50% discount for the legal holders of the cards. Discount cards do not apply to group campgrounds.
- Drinking Water
- Fire Pits
- Picnic Tables
- Potable Water
- Restrooms with Vault Toilets
Why Camp Here
Oklahoma Campground is bordered on two sides by the Little White Salmon River in an open forest of true Fir, Douglas Fir, Hemlock, Cedar, and Big Leaf Maples. This is a good campground for those who like a little more sunshine, and the large sites make it it a favorite of smaller groups who don’t quite need a full group campground
Good to Know
Oklahoma Campground is about a 90 minute drive from Portland or Vancouver and about a 20 minute drive from the Gorge Highway in Washington, just up the road past the town of Willard and Moss Campground. Don’t miss the turn off to Willard near the fish hatchery. Site 12/13 is a Multisite that can accommodate up to 12 people and includes 2 vehicles.
We expect to have a host in the Moss Creek campground from about Memorial Weekend to Labor Day Weekend. He will be visiting the campground each day, otherwise an attendant will be in the campground two to four times per day.
RV use rating is 4 out of 5
Google Maps, search for directions to “Oklahoma Campground, Bingen, WA”
From Vancouver travel east on SR 14 to mile post 56, the Cook-Underwood Road. Exit left onto Cook-Underwood Road and continue for 5 miles to Willard Road. Bear left onto Willard Road and continue north to the stop sign, then turn right onto Oklahoma Road. Travel north for 8 miles until you reach the end of the asphalt road and proceed to the entrance of Oklahoma Campground.
From the east, travel 2 miles from the Hood River Bridge, crossing the White Salmon River and turn right onto Cook-Underwood Road. Continue for 8 miles to mile post 6, and turn right onto Willard Road. Continue north to the stop sign, then turn right onto Oklahoma Road. Travel north for 8 miles until you reach the end of the asphalt road and proceed to the entrance of Oklahoma Campground.
To reserve a site at Oklahoma click on the red site numbers listed in the table, which will take you to that site’s Recreation.gov link, or call at 1-877-444-6777
|Site # (Reservable in red)||Grade*||Driveway
|Max Vehicle Length||Back-in or Pull-Through||Paved or Gravel||Sunny or Shaded||Located on water?|
|Entry Site||B||40 x 20||40||Back In||Gravel||Shaded||N|
|1||B||40 x 12||36||Back In||Gravel||Shaded||N|
|2||A||45 x 15||40||Back In||Gravel||Shaded||Yes|
|9||A||45 x 15||15||Back In||Gravel||Shaded||N|
|10||C||24 x 20||20||Back In||Gravel||Shaded||N|
|11||B||50 x 12||40||Back In||Gravel||Shaded||N|
|12/13 Multi||A||45 x 40||40||Back In||Gravel||Shaded||Yes|
|14||B||20 x 15||18||Back In||Gravel||Sunny||Yes|
*Grades are based solely on comparison with the other camp sites in that campground