Campground Brochure and Map of Ainsworth State Park (SP) in Oregon. Published by Oregon State Parks and Recreation.
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Ainsworth ® Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail The HCRH State Trail is a paved trail for pedestrians and bicyclists in three separate, disconnected segments along abandoned stretches of old Highway 30. Enjoy the Columbia River Gorge scenery while riding along old and new alignments of the Historic Columbia River Highway. Motorized wheelchairs are allowed and all trail segments are rated moderate to difficult for people with disabilities. Special events on the Hood River to Mosier section may allow antique cars, race runners and race cyclists in spring and summer. Ride with caution. Hikers and bicyclists can access several sections of the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail from trailheads along I-84. Access is westbound and eastbound unless noted: • John B. Yeon (Ainsworth Exit 35) • Tooth Rock (Bonneville Dam Exit 40) • Bridge of the Gods (Cascade Locks Exit 44) • Wyeth Trailhead (Exit 51) • Starvation Creek (Exit 55 westbound) • Viento (Exit 56) • Hood River/West Trailhead (Hood River Exit 64) • Mosier/East Trailhead (Exit 69) John B. Yeon - Cascade Locks: 6.8 miles. A staircase at Eagle Creek is a barrier to wheelchairs and bikes with panniers or trailers. Wyeth Trailhead - Viento: 6 miles; Hood River - Mosier: 4.8 miles. The Lindsey Creek - Viento section connects with U.S. Forest Service trails for more challenging hikes. All pets must be on a leash with a maximum length of 6 feet. Day-use parking fees Day-use parking permits are required yearround at Rooster Rock, Benson, Dabney, East Mayer, and the Twin Tunnels trailheads on the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail. You will need to display a valid daily, 12-or 24-month permit or your camping receipt, which serves as a daily permit for each of the days you are registered. Daily permits are sold at each park; annual and 24-month permits are sold online at store.oregonstateparks.org or at major state park offices. WASHINGTON Ainsworth C m olu 5 WA t3 Exi R. bia Co 84 Walk-in sites Campground 30 ia umb Col oric Hist er Hwy Riv Day-use Horsetail Falls Ai St Oneonta Falls Multno Columbia R. Rooster Rock State Park Troutdale Lewis & Clark State Rec. Area Dabney State Rec. Area 30 Histo Portland Women’s Forum State Rec. Area Crown Pt. State Scenic Corr. B15 station Self-registration Information Firewood RV dump station Recycling center Full-hookup site Hiker/biker camp Accessible camping Shower Restroom Playground Hiking trails Ainsworth ® • Campground quiet hours are between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. • All vehicles must be parked on pavement. • Bicycles are permitted on park roads, but must be ridden with the traffic flow. Riders under age 16 must wear helmets. • When your pet is not confined in a vehicle or tent, you must hold it, hold on to its collar, or physically control it on a leash that is no longer than six feet. Wastes must be properly removed. To (1 I-84 • Collection of firewood within the park is not permitted. Firewood is available for purchase from the campground host(s). Check-in after 4 p.m., Check-out by 1 p.m. ic C or Hist , iles) m lls (3 ), a F ah iles ltnom t (11 m u M To n Poin miles) Crow -84 (21 I and Day-use area B1 B3 B6 00 B9 B11 B23 B14 B15 B28 B31 B29 Park C1– C6 A3 A4 A5 B5 A6 B2 A7 A8 rge Go A13 A12 A11 A10 Walk-in tent sites B26 Park host B13 B10 B32 B30 host A1 host A2 B18 Park B16 B12 B20 B21 B17 B7 Program area il 4 e Tra Gorg 30 B4 B8 B19 gh Hi iver ia R b olum way B27 B24 B25 B22 ) mile 0 l 40 i Tra A9 All information or fees subject to change without notice. This brochure is available in alternative formats upon request. Call 1-800-551-6949. Oregon Relay for the hearing impaired: dial 711. A13 A15 A19 d ailroa cific R Pa Union To Viento Lake 63400-8541 (4/20)