Lincoln Rock State Park is a riverside park with well-maintained facilities, including tent sites, RV hookups, and two cabins types for rent. It's popular for hiking, fishing, swimming, boating, playing sports, geocaching, and more!
The best time to visit Lincoln Rock State Park is in the summer or fall, and if you want to stay overnight, you're in luck! The park has fantastic campsites that fall into the average range for Washington state parks, between $27-$37. The cabins are more but are well worth the investment for the added amenities you enjoy.
Check out our Visitor's Guide to Lincoln Rock State Park for a detailed overview of everything you need to know before visiting!
What You Need to Know
Check-in time is at 2:30 pm
Check-out time is at 1 pm
There is a group campground for 50 people maximum.
Reservations can be made online.
There is a park store that's open in the summer
Boats and jet skis are available for rent
Camping at Lincoln Rock State Park
In total, the park features:
27 standard tent sites
35 partial RV hookups
32 full RV hookups
4 small cabins
8 larger "deluxe" cabins
1 dump site
Lincoln Rock State Park Cabins
The cabins at Lincoln Rock State park provide visitors with beautiful views of the Columbia River Gorge. Each has two rooms and a large, covered porch. In the standard, smaller cabins, you can find:
Bunk bed for three
Dining table and chairs
Air conditioner, and more.
Outside there is a picnic table and a fire pit.
The larger, deluxe cabins have more amenities. They include a larger table and chairs, a kitchenette, mini-fridge, counter space, bathroom, and shower. There is also hot water, a ceiling fan, and a BBQ.
What to Do At Lincoln Rock State Park
At the park, you can:
Play sports and more!
Check out our complete guide to What to Do Near Lincoln Rock State Park for more!