Hudson Parcher Park is a hidden gem deep in the forested hills of Columbia County. A quiet place to camp or relax for a day, the park lies about four miles from Rainier, Oregon, and is traversed by Beaver Creek. Visitors can enjoy tent or RV camping, hiking, cycling, fishing, canoeing and birding. Hudson Parcher has 10 tent sites, 25 RV sites, a bike camping site, playgrounds for the kids, picnic tables, fire rings, volleyball courts, baseball fields, flushing toilets and hot showers. Camp hosts staff the park in the summer months. This beautiful spot is perfect for events as there is a day use lodge with a kitchen available too.
Located in the county’s deep temperate forest, Hudson Parcher is covered with older, second-growth forest. Douglas firs and big leaf maple offer shade while ferns, Oregon grape and other native plants provide undercover. Beaver Creek meanders through the 27-acre park, offering the opportunity to fish or catch crawdads.
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