Columbia Gorge Area

The Columbia River Gorge area is made up of three counties in Oregon and three counties in the state of Washington—85 miles of canyon naturally crafted by volcanoes and floods. In 1986, it became recognized as a National Scenic Area, and its organic beauty is protected, respected, and frequently visited to this day. Glamping in the Columbia River Gorge area means unparalleled access to The Cascades mountain range, the Columbia River, and The Gorge itself, a combination of all of Washington and Oregon’s best natural elements: mountains, forests, waterfalls, bluffs, hills, and more. Mount Hood, which falls in the Oregon part of The Gorge, is the highest point in the state, and brings many visitors to the area year after year to partake in its fantastic skiing, snowboarding, climbing, and more. On the Washington side of The Gorge, you’ll find windsurfing, boating, birding, and other outdoor activities, as well as the Maryhill Museum of Art and the Lewis and Clark Overlook. No matter which state glampers are in, luxury camping in the Columbia River Gorge area has many adventures on the horizon waiting for you. Go glamping at the Gorge!