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Brownlee, Oregon

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81 Reviews of 23 Brownlee, Oregon Campgrounds

TThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 1, 2021

Not closed

Open and in use as of May 2021

Month of VisitJune
Michael B.
Reviewed Jun. 1, 2021

Park at the River

Nice, clean RV park with full hookups and dry camping. Dry camping is next to the river, very pretty. Near hiking trail and tram ride to the top of mt Howard is across the street

Month of VisitJuly
Reviewed May. 30, 2021

Beautiful on the water.

Nice large campground. Water , cell service, Beautiful vistas. Water is gorgeous. I didn't stay as I was "on my way" but if I wasn't and could afford the $15.00 a night for a single family site I would have.

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Month of VisitJune
Raphaela H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 25, 2021

Lovely Lake

This park is enchanting - a little oasis in the dry eastern Oregon landscape, huge trees, imposing mountains. It gets packed at the lake shore, but there are lots of places to hang out in the day use area further from the beach that are near-empty. Good facilities. As a plus, the hike at the top of…

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Month of VisitSeptember
Tim M.
Reviewed Dec. 21, 2020

Beautiful area. 5 sites.

Restroom close by. Lake is only a short drive away. A camp host comes by at least once a day. Nice people to talk with. They know the area

Tim M.
Reviewed Dec. 19, 2020

Great camping

Lots of sites close to lake. Camp host is nice also.

Matthew K.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 6, 2020

Beautiful lake!

We arrived in late November, when it was cold, snowy, and practically empty. But the campground and all of its facilities were open, and the camp host was extremely friendly and helpful!

Amancay B.
Reviewed Nov. 2, 2020

Great Fall Retreat

We enjoyed our off season stay!

Easy back in to our fairly level site.

Unfortunately they had water hookups shut off for winter (after we made our reservation, but before we arrived). So we had to venture back out to the design acted water fill campsite our first morning.

Sites were nice, but…

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Campfiresandcoffee94  .The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 24, 2020

Perfect week long stay.

What a beautiful place, and location to spend a week in October. With all the fall colors in full display, brisk evening air perfect for a fall fire to warm yourself. We could not have picked a better week to stay in October. Great walking paths to view all kinds of wildlife along the river. Met…

C. W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 6, 2020

Right next to the lake!

Clean, leveled, friendly, only 1/4 mile to their downtown. Friendly and helpful staff, showers, toilets, beach area for swimming WITH lounge chairs, swimming right in front, volleyball court, dog walking trails, fire pits, horse shoe play area, etc! Only wish I was able to do laundry but coming…

Arielle W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 4, 2020

Gorgeous and remote. Be prepared to CLIMB!

This is not an official campground. There is a lot of space for campers, though, and it is not heavily trafficked. The trek to Echo Lake is about 8 miles (one-way) from the start of the Hurricane Creek Trail. When you arrive at Echo Lake, beauty awaits you! This location is a remote and peaceful…

Reviewed Sep. 13, 2020

Terrible stay

Stayed last night and I get it was a Saturday but the campers had no respect for quiet hours. There was a large party going until about 1130. The party was further up the campground but a group of three or for came and hung out right next to my tent waking up my wife and I. After 20 minutes I asked…

D T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 8, 2020

Busy but nice!

This RV park is on the south side of Wallowa Lake nestled on the river that feeds the lake. They have 49 full hookup sites and they definitely pack them in there. We opted for a river site which is dry camping but much quieter and a bit more dispersed.

The area is a great little getaway with a…

Sarah W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 31, 2020

Can’t say enough, come here

This backpacking trip is a very accessible hike.

The road to get to the trailhead is paved and the hike to Ice lake is 9 miles in (18 miles total)

You can add some miles (and a lot of elevation) if you add a day hike to the Matterhorn. Second tallest to Sacajawea. When I say it takes 3 hours to…

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Sandra S.
Reviewed Aug. 31, 2020

Great Over Night Stay

Wonderfully quiet. Camp hosts are a cute couple. Yes, it is a little run down but not for what you are getting. Potable Water, very clean vault toilets, firepit, covered tables. Be aware of camp robbers (raccoons) at night. Don't leave any food out!!! The lake is low and some debris, not pretty…

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