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November this beautiful campground was closed.
Camped here in Oct 2020. This is a USFS campground in the Fremont Winema NF. No hookups but large private sites with fire rings and ginormous picnic tables plus vault toilets. There’s water but only in season. Close to Hart Mtn Antelope Refuge. Would camp here again.
There are spots to park your RV and hook up to water and electric. It is a gravel parking lot. There are designated tent spots in the dirt next to the gravel parking lot.
There is a nice heated restroom with flush toilets. Showers are available, however they are $3.
The area was very windy…
There are no campsites here. It is clearly posted NO camping and is just a rest area / picnic area.
After driving many miles down of the Oregon Outback Scenic Highway and miles of high desert, Trees by the creek at Chandler State Park. While not an Oasis of creek side repose, it offers a couple of relatively quiet flat pull outs. The Park is day use only but the sites are fine for a stormy nite…
This camp has been abandoned for years a left to rot and trashed, I would think twice before going here.
Pros: Totally isolated (during the week). Stunning views of surrounding mountains and forest with a crystal clear lake (Cave Lake) for swimming and fishing. Sites equipped with fire pits and picnic tables. Pit toilets. Camped directly next to lake. Stargazing was absolutely breathtaking. One of our…
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The Marster Spring campground is about 8 miles up a gravel road outside of Paisley, OR. There are a number of dispersed camping sites along that road, some of which have rock fire pits. I camped for a night in a secluded spot right on the Chewaucan river. The campground itself has toilets and fire…
This is my favorite park of all time. I’ve been here multiple times since I was a kid, so I’m a little biased most likely. Last time I camped here it was on the off season and not the smartest decision. We were the only people camping in the entire park. The bathrooms were all locked even though…
This roadside state park is very small and has a couple of small pull off areas where you can camp. This park appears mainly to be for day use and stop offs. There is fishing and boating access up a trail on the east side of the park.
Restrooms and picnic tables are the only amenities.
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Confused? This lake must be seasonal because we could not find it while traveling around this campsite. There is a small marshy area and grass as if the lake is there at other times of the year. The campsites have very little privacy, but there are bathrooms, amenities, nice day-use area, pet…
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This campground is small and only has around 10 sites. Typically either pine needle floor or 3 ft tall grass. Not maintained well. Picknick benches, fire rings, pot bathroom and manual water pump for water. During August there was no creeknor lake here. Other times of the year it looks to…
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There is a large group site. Restrooms and showers. RV hookups and a clean out station. Dog friendly but not very private. Almost no vegetation separating sites.
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Dry Camp with pit toilets. No designated campsites, find a fire ring and make your spot. Beautiful spot, watch out for the cows!
My husband and I took a quick trip to North Eastern California for some rock hounding. We came upon this campground toward the end of the evening. It's a dry camp ground with pit toilets. The best part was that there were not designated camp sites - find a fire ring, and camp away. Our nearest…