Beacon Rock State Park is a 5,100-acre year-round camping park with historic significance dating back hundreds of years. The park includes 9,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River.

Great views from the "harder" 1.7 mile trail to the top. Nice loop back threw the forest, really nice loop trail.

Not moderate!! It's an up hill climb but worth it. Didn't complete the whole loop but got to the top and headed back down. Beautiful and nice trail just hard on the knees coming down.

Great hike! Lots of elevation! As you climb, the trail can get a bit loose, so please wear real hiking shoes with good treads.

10 days ago

15 days ago

Nice, short but decently creepy hike at times. The closer you get to the top, actually the more grounded and better the trail feels. Lower down there are some "eerie" areas. I liked it. Had fun. Gorgeous!

Easier than dog mountain but still a steady long uphill climb. The views on the way to the top are INCREDIBLE. Great time all around!

16 days ago

18 days ago

4.5 The view from the top could be better, but the views on the way up and back make it well worth it. Perfect length for the elevation gain.