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Atkinson Park Campground at the north west corner of Cascade offers free camping at the north end of the park. Camping at the park appears to most suited to RV camping as they don't want any camping outside of the parking pads due to not wanting damage to their sprinkler system. That being said it appears that you should have room for your vehicle and a tent as long as you did not have a trailer with you. The park has a pavilion with running water, and BBQ grills. Flushing toilets are also available. The individual camp sites do not have tables or fire rings. Camping is limited to three nights. It appears that the campground has 4 sites, sites 2, 3 and 6 are marked, another spot which I assume is site 1 looks the same as 2& 3, could not find any place that might be sites 4 and 5. Additional recreational activities are available during your stay. The park has a nice sized playground, tennis courts, horseshoe pits and a skate park. For the RV crowd there is a free RV dump at the entrance to the campground. The campground sits along side the interstate so you will have plenty of road noise throughout the night. While this would not be my choice for a location to camp, it is a free camp ground that would be a good spot to stay the night for a tired traveler
Was a pretty decent campground to camp at. It was mostly TT staying there at the time we went and seen wildlife within the first 30 min of setting up. Swimming area is nice and water was warm however it may have been too hot to tent camp. There was only a few places to find shade to set up a tent but we were unable to fine a shady spot for throughout the day that's the only reason for the 4 and not 5 stars.
Stayed 3 nights on site #8. The site was half shady and half sunny. Large site that we could easily maneuver our 20' camper with room to spare. Notice a nest of young robins getting ready to take their first flight at our site. It is a quiet campground, back from the road with hiking trails around the area.
This is a former KOA campground that was purchased by a family. We stayed her in the summer of 2018 during a very hot spell. We didn't have reservations and fit onto a site (#22) with a nice view of the distant mountains. Restrooms were always clean, even very early in the morning. We stayed two times. The second time we again didn't have reservations and they were expecting a large influx of families for a baseball tournament. They put us in the large RV area and we were grateful for accommodation. They have a small mini-golf area, picnic tables at the sites, and full hookups (as expected). They also have laundry facilities.
Lots of hiking opportunites at the campground, The campground sits across the road from a small "lake" which is good fo kayaking and fishing. There are some sunny sites but mostly shady. We stayed on site #3 for 3 nights. All the sites are spacious. There is a hand pump for water and a vaulted toilet. During the time we were there we had to deal with flies for several hours during the day.
The place is basically flatish land near the willow creek reservoir. The place has pretty normally smelling out houses and is also rv accessible. Next to your campsite will be an awesome reservoir, great for fishing and hunting down crawdads.
This place has amazing view with some awesome walking trails. There is also a salmon feeding station which can be fun to see. In. The winter this place provides some really nice sledding experiences. One of the coolest things here is the WORLD’S SMALLEST RIVER! Called the Roe River at 201 feet
Great little campground! Each campsite has a picnic table and fire ring. Overall there are two toilets and one water pump to share. The lake is small but fishing for trout was exciting with catches often! We used dry fly and luer. We were able to walk all the way around the lake on a dirt trail and had the option to go further. There is also a trail right from the campsite. This lake would be great for paddling as well although we did not bring the kayaks this time. We would definitely go back to this little gem of a place. The last 20 miles to get there is dirt road but well worth the gorgeous drive up. The ranger came by on Sunday morning to check in and restock toilet paper.
Wolf Creek Bridge FAS got a big upgrade over the winter. The fishing access site is now fully paved. No more parking in the mud or dirt. With the upgrade the old vault toilet is gone and two new vault toilets have replaced it. The site still has five campsites but four of them have been relocated. One site sits at the entrance to the FAS, one site sits in the same location near the highway, the other three sites have moved across the parking area and sit near the vault toilets. All sites have picnic tables, the three near the vault toilet have metal fire rings. I expect that the other two will have rings soon. Site still has no water or trash service. This is a great location to start a nice day long float down the Missouri River, even better now that it is paved. Site gains a star.