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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
Everything about this campground is excellent. Beautiful location on a hill with views all around. Shade trees and well thought out campsite spots. Fills up fast for a reason.
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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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Super beautiful and huge campground. Not far from bend or crater lake. The campground is huge there is 61 site total. Very sweet camp host you can buy wood from. Great bathrooms, water stations, and trash cans (as well as recycling)!!!!! There’s benches and fire rings. Some sites also have grills.…
We love this campground. We’ve been able to stay here twice, but it’s hard to get a reservation, unless it’s during the week. It’s got a great beach area, nicely paved sites, lots of stuff to rent and nice facilities. Right on Lake Cascade so you have lake views on one side and mountain views on…
Nice location, clean and not too close to others who are camping as well.
Sugarloaf Island is the best little island campsite in the state! It requires a boat to get to the island but once there you have the whole island to explore! It is amazing and definitely worth the trip
We spent one hellaciously windy night here. I'm sure it's great when it's not windy. Nice views, nice moon-rise in the evening. All was great until around sunset when the winds kicked up. Tough with a tent. But, that's the way it is in the West. enjoyed walking near the river with the dog though.…
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This is a great campground near the reservoir. Lots of shade trees, almost a park like setting. Plenty of room to roam from this base camp. It does get pretty hot in the summer.
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This park looks to be both residential and short stay. It's right in town and has a laundry facility. Not out in the country so views and such are minimal.
Stayed early Spring and much of the campground was still closed. However, catfish loop was open and there was plenty of space. We pulled in late and found a spot right away. We would have used a tent spot since we didn't need water or power but it wasn't as easy to find. The spot we chose had both…
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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The Baker City Motel has turned its back parking lot into an RV park that appears to be largely composed of long-term residents. It is charmless with trailers and campers wedged closely together on what was a muddy surface on the night I stayed there. That said, the park delivers on its promises…
I came here during the summer of 2020 with my family. We had a great time. It was relaxing and beautiful to be outside. The sunsets were nice it was clean and quiet during the duration of our stay. The campsites themselves can be a little cramped and we were tent camping. Other than that, it was…
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