Hood Park is located on Lake Wallula in eastern Washington. The lake is formed by McNary Lock and Dam on the Mid-Columbia River.
Lewis and Clark camped two miles downstream at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers, which is now the location of Sacajawea State Park.
Visitors enjoy camping, fishing, boating, hiking, picnicking and swimming.
The lake provides great boating and swimming opportunities, and a boat ramp is provided for guests.
Fishing is also a popular pastime, and anglers will find excellent salmon and steelhead fishing on the lake.
Hood Park offers 67 family sites and one day-use group picnic shelter, all with electric hookups.
The campground is situated along the banks of the lake, offering sweeping views. Campers enjoy relaxing in the shade of the mature trees throughout the park.
The McNary National Wildlife Refuge is adjacent to the park. It provides habitat for migrating waterfowl, bald eagles, shorebirds and other wildlife. Nature trails and an environmental learning center are open to the public.