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Monte Carlo Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Trailhead sign for Monte Carlo Trail #52 near the Oklahoma Campground (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees and Regulations

Driving Directions

Via Cascade Locks:

Drive I-84 east to Exit 44 for Cascade Locks and Stevenson. After exiting, go 0.4 miles, and turn right for the Bridge of the Gods Toll Bridge and Stevenson.

Drive 0.7 miles to pay the $2 toll, cross the Columbia River, and reach the junction with Highway 14.

Turn right here for Stevenson and Kennewick, and drive 14.9 miles, passing through Stevenson, before making a left turn onto Cook-Underwood Road for Mill A and Willard.

Go 5.2 miles and make a left onto Willard Road.

After 1.4 miles, reach Willard and bear left on Oklahoma Road.

Drive 7.9 miles to the Oklahoma Campground. The road becomes gravel and is now FR 18.

Another 0.2 miles from the campground entrance, you'll see a one-car pullout on your left and then the Monte Carlo Trailhead on your right.

Via Hood River:

Drive I-84 west and take Exit 64 for Highway 35, White Salmon, and Government Camp. After exiting, turn left on Button Bridge Road and drive 1.1 miles across the Hood River Bridge, paying the $2 toll.

Turn left on Highway 14W for Stevenson and Vancouver, and drive 8.9 miles.

Then make a right turn onto Cook-Underwood Road for Mill A and Willard. Go 5.2 miles and make a left onto Willard Road.

After 1.4 miles, reach Willard and bear left on Oklahoma Road.

Drive 7.9 miles to the Oklahoma Campground. The road becomes gravel and is now FR 18.

Another 0.2 miles from the campground entrance, you'll see a one-car pullout on your left and then the Monte Carlo Trailhead on your right.


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