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About Cobble Rock Campground

This sprawling 4.4-acre campground offers year-round camping and Crooked Wild and Scenic River access along the Lower Crooked Back Country Byway. Campground facilities include fourteen campsites, some with riverside shading beneath large Ponderosa pine trees.

Know Before You Go:

Open year-round on a first-come, first-served basis. No reservations are accepted.

Potable water is available year-round at the nearby Chimney Rock Campground, one mile north on State HIghway 27.

Cell phone service is not available in the campground.

Watch for bicyclists: the section of State Highway 27 between Prineville and Bowman Dam is designated as the Crooked River Canyon Scenic Bikeway. Point of Interest:

Situated on a bench above the Chimney Rock section of the Crooked River, Cobble Rock Campground is a popular basecamp for fly fishing enthusiasts.

ADA Access: No accessible facilities.

Fee Info
$8 per night; $2 per extra vehicle (tow vehicles excluded) with a maximum of two vehicles allowed per site.
Bureau of Land Management
Alcohol Allowed
No Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Firewood Available
No Market
No Pets
No Phone Service
Picnic Table
Not Reservable
No Showers
Trash Available
No WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
No Pull-Through Sites
Cobble Rock Campground is located in Oregon
44.1282 N
-120.8098 W
Get Directions
From Prineville, Oregon: Drive 17.1 miles south on State Highway 27; the campground will be on your right.
3 Reviews of Cobble Rock Campground
On the RIver

It is right on the river. Nice parking spots for vans and RV's. Near the road but a little sheltered from the wind.

One of the Many Great Campgrounds in this Area

This is one of the campgrounds in the Lower Crooked River Area and is first come First serve. Most of the sites provide privacy and are not too close to the other sites.  The campground fills up quickly in the summer months, but is fairly open in the fall/winter. Most spots are on the river, but there are still plenty of spots for others to sit/fish at.  Theres a game trail that runs alongside the river.

First to Review
Ada ok

Great place that’s off the main road. River Ada access is somewhat feasible if your adventurous and have a strong helper. Or if your a bad ass in a chair you can strong arm the technical moves to get up and down. Riverside spots are great, half ass private so hard to beat compared to other camps along the river. A little Dusty front the the gravel road but tolerable. Get early and get the beast spots.