November 7, 2022 - reviewed by Jerry Donovan
Nice park on the river. Sites are level packed gravel. Lots of grass and trees. Sites not too close together. Bathrooms are newer and clean. Host was very nice. If going back to this area, we would stay here again.
October 3, 2022 - reviewed by Traveler
Wonderful staff very relaxing campground. No cable TV. You don't need TV because the view is the best.
July 3, 2021 - reviewed by Clean And Quiet RV Park
Stayed here July 2nd. Paid 50 USD for a water and electric site. I guess I was lucky to have found any RV sites because of the holiday weekend.
Campground and restrooms were very clean well laid out and quiet. A Peaceful night had by all. WiFi is almost non existent; ghost signal.
Posted prices for sites apparently not followed because of the holiday. Not totally unexpected. Would definitely stay again.
April 12, 2021 - reviewed by S&T
Wind blew first day. 2nd day was beautiful. Bathrooms are newly renovated, water and electric are good. Views are great depending on your site. (We had #61). Nice level gravel pads.
Maryhill museum is worth the $12 ticket for sure.
Some freeway noise and a train now and then but easily overlooked.
June 16, 2020 - reviewed by Ray
Just Passing Through
This is an awesome little gem. Nestled right next to the Columbia river, in the heart of a thriving peach orchard is Peach Beach RV Park. When you book online, if you want a river side spot don't request sewer. They have 2 easy access dumps. This place is very well maintained complete with camp hosts. I was greeted with a complimentary bag of their own cherries from the orchards nearby.
There is a great little beach. There isn't much to do other than be with your camping group. Stonehenge is a local attraction just a mile or so away. It's supposedly a replica of the Stonehenge iin England.
July 22, 2019 - reviewed by The Smiths
Peach Beach was a wonderful stay! We are traveling from California to British Columbia. We stayed for 1 night and we happened upon it when the State Park was full. An awesome find! The camp host Ross was very friendly and welcoming. Our site was great, the view of the river was gorgeous and there is a beach for our son to play in the water. Lots of green grass and lots of space. We would highly recommend it!
April 12, 2019 - reviewed by Bj
It’s great to be here before the summer rush! Nice people and wonderful spot! Will be here in the Summer!
March 20, 2018 - reviewed by Mary Ingersoll
Visited September 2017. Nice clean park. Major downside for me was train noise and shower was broken.
August 25, 2017 - reviewed by Laura
A Great Place To Stay!
We were traveling to Washington from California and choose this place for a few of out nights at the end of July beginning of August 2017. We LOVED this place. The only downside was we don't tow a vehicle with our RV so we only had bicycles for transportation and the closed town is about 10 miles away, straight up a steep hill. There are a couple of very nice fruit stands that are easy to get to on foot and even better by bicycle. The staff was friendly and the park is clean and beautiful! You are right along the Columbia River. You definitely want to bring a floating device and water shoes. Great place to stay. We will be back
August 1, 2017 - reviewed by David
Very large and well maintained spaces. Stayed one night, will stay again.
June 24, 2017 - reviewed by Chuck
Stayed one night on way west..very clean and people very helpful..good electric and water..no TV, cable...wifi good..right behind peach orchard..pd cash..right on Columbia River..spot was fairly level and there were shade trees
April 29, 2017 - reviewed by Gravedigger
Same Park, Higher Prices
Now prices are $40, $35, and $30.
June 22, 2016 - reviewed by Sarah
Pick peaches see the stone hedge right up the road . Fruit stand nice lil park clean