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Camping

If you are camping, please be aware of the fire danger. Rarely are open flames allowed so do not plan on sitting around a campfire. Please be sure to leave no trace.

There are many places to camp in the Columbia Gorge but the 2 closest places are the Peach Beach Campground, and the Maryhill State Park. These are located on the northern shore of the Columbia, just off of US Highway 97. Both offer camping right at the rivers edge along with hot showers and electrical hook-ups for your RV’s. Follow the links for reservations.

Hotels

Shilo Inns 
There will be a name change to one of the Choice Hotels sometime in 2019
3223 Bret Clodfelter Way
The Dalles, OR 97058
(541) 298-5502
https://www.shiloinns.com/shilo-inns-the-dalles
This is Ratz HQ off the hill. Located on the Columbia River just below the dam, many riders and crew stay here. There is a pool, bar and restaurant on site and they are pet friendly.

Dintys Motor Inn
91581 Biggs Rufus Highway
Biggs Junction, OR 97065
(541) 739-2596
https://dintys-motor-inn.business.site/
This is the closest hotel to the hill and they are pet friendly.

Places to eat

Linda’s Truck Stop, Biggs OR at the junction of US-97 and I-84.
This is the closest restaurant to the hill and offers typical American fare. They do have a respectable breakfast, so if you are camping you can get a hot meal.

Biggs also has a McDonalds and a sandwich shop for cheap eats on the go.

Casa El Mirador
If you are looking for lots of food in The Dalles, this is your place. They have an “All you can Eat” option with homemade tortillas…what else needs to be said.

Clock Tower Ales 
If you want a craft brew or cider, and a decent burger check out Clock Tower Ales in The Dalles. This historical clocktower used to be the place for public hangings, back in the day.