Plymouth Campground is located by the small town of Plymouth, Washington. The day use area and boat launch are on a small island on Lake Umatilla on the Columbia River.
Popular activities in the area include fishing, swimming, boating, water skiing and hunting.
Visitors enjoy boating, water sports and swimming in the river.
Anglers fish for Chinook, steelhead, walleye, sturgeon, and shad. The boat ramp is located at the day use area for convenient river access.
The campground offers 32 sites with electric hookups. Amenities include flush and pit toilets, showers, drinking water, a dump station and playground.
The day use area has a swim beach, boat ramp, flush toliets, vault toliet and courtesy dock.
The park is situated in a high desert environment on an island on the Columbia River. The island is covered with tall sage and Russian Olive trees, but shade is limited.
Wildlife is abundant in the area, and mule deer, waterfowl and raptors are commonly seen.
McNary Dam and Visitor Center and Lake Wallula are two miles upstream from the campground. The lake offers additional opportunities for boating, swimming and fishing.From Kennewick, Washington take US-395 South or 23 Miles to Exit 131. Merge onto State Route 14 West and continue for 1 mile. Turn south onto Plymouth Road and continue for 1 mile. Follow the curve to Christie Road. The campground is the first left and the day use area is the second left.541-739-1135N