Rooster Rock State Park

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Mike McKenzie
Portland, OR82 contributions
Labor Day River Dip
Sep 2020 • Friends
We were out to Cascade Licks in Labor Day to buy fresh caught salmon, so we stopped on the way back for a dip in the Columbia River at Rooster Rock. I have been here several times over the years. It’s a great park for a picnic and an ideal spot for a cool swim. Yeah, there’s a clothing optional area but that’s way far away from where the families and kids play and picnic in the sand. On a warm weekend expect lots of people but the park is huge and there is a lot of parking.
Written 7 September 2020
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Trip07370817336
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Nude Beach
Jul 2019
Long walk to get out to the water but worth it once you get there. There is also an island with sand dunes that you can swim or float to. Most people will be nude, but not everybody.
Written 7 December 2019
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yonghan001
Pompano Beach, FL177 contributions
Peaceful day
Aug 2019
One of the very few clothing optional beaches in our country, Rooster Rock State Park is also known for its sandy beaches and extremely beautiful surroundings. Here, Columbia River is rather wide so that water is smooth; walking in the shallow water as the gentle wind kisses your face, it is delightful to cool off during the summer hot day. At the east end of the park is the Sand Island where you will see some sand dunes as high as 40 feet. This part of the beach is even more peaceful as it is more than a mile from the park’s entrance although the trails have minimum vertical changes. I saw a few osprey nests where adult birds were busy feeding their babies. I also saw a few Great Blue Herons that were feeding in nearby ponds. Parking is plentiful. Day pass of $5.00 is required. Highly recommended.
Written 30 August 2019
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WiltedxRose
Raleigh, NC61 contributions
Unexpected Delight
Mar 2019
We stopped here out of curiosity on a trip to Multnomah Falls in mid March.
The views were beautiful, if a bit spartan. The river had receded significantly from the point I've seen in other photos, so it was cool to walk along the docks over the reeds without getting at all wet.
There was a distinct lack of information or signposts however, so it took us a while to even figure out where we were!
Written 15 August 2019
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MandC0218
Riverside, CA6,649 contributions
Columbia River Scenic Park
Mar 2019 • Couples
We did a spur of the moment stop at this park and it did not disappoint us. Parking is five dollars. Plenty of parking space and very clean restrooms. We took a stroll near the Columbia River and it really awed us with the scenic view of the spectacular river and mountains. It was super windy that afternoon but well worth the view and the visit. 
Written 29 March 2019
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javalover5050
Atlanta, GA68 contributions
Curiosity got the best of me
Sep 2018
My first visit to rooster Rock State Park.....a gorgeous sunny, warm day. I hiked out to the east end of the park to soak up some rays. A wide variety of people from all different persuasions had the same idea. The park is big enough for us all with room to spare.
Written 9 December 2018
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Allan S
New York City, NY6,136 contributions
Lovely Park with great views of the Columbia river
Nov 2018 • Family
Loved coming here and the sights and smells of the area, very strong gusts in excess of 50 mph. Help wind surfers. And kite flyers. Goodcdoitbfirvtakingboucturesxandcstunning vistas
Written 18 November 2018
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Susie1028
San Diego, CA2,006 contributions
Shuttle to Multnomah Falls
Oct 2018 • Friends
Due to a full parking lot at Multnomah Falls, we exited the freeway at Rooster Rock State Park in order to pay $5 to park and take the hourly shuttle to the falls. While waiting for the bus, we walked down to the Columbia River and admired some fall foliage. There is also a children’s playground, picnic tables, and parking spaces.
Written 31 October 2018
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Mark H
Sonoma, CA2,251 contributions
Nice Spot to Appreciate Fall Colors in the Columbia Gorge on the Banks of the River
Oct 2018 • Friends
Cruising up the Gorge to checkout the fall colors, we stopped off in Rooster Rock State Park. Its large and expansive parking lots and picnic areas were almost abandoned, unlike the summer months when it is crowded with beach goers and picnickers. The spectacular fall colors decorated the trees in the park and the surrounding hills with day glow yellow, orange and red colors. Excellent views of the cloud draped mountains and wide rivers were illuminated by a light show from veiled clouds covering and then revealing the sun light. Gorgeous (ok, pun intended).
Written 29 October 2018
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graham
Portland, OR81 contributions
Such a great beach!
Sep 2018 • Friends
You can almost walk to Washington! Love this sandy hideaway. Bring your dog or play with others. And, clothing optional!
Written 3 October 2018
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