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This was by far my favorite place so far. Clean, host was super nice and are space was big
It is a beautiful campground. However theres one shower for ladies in the bathroom. The feminine hygiene waste hasn't been emptied in the last 2 days... It's full. The bathroom floors are dirty. Our neighbor has had a hacking cough which is scary and there are currently no fires allowed.
Open area type county campground with no privacy that sits between the main road and the river.
A lot of fishing boats as it has great river access but very crowded. We checked it out but did not stay here as it was dusty and crowded and loud. There was no water provided at this time, also NO…
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This BLM area is a quick turn off the main road. Take a right or left to start the loop and you’ll find various spots for dispersed camping. The road is mostly ok with some areas of high rocks but we made it in our 26ft Class C with only one ding on the steps. Larger vehicles might have problems…
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Do Not let the close proximity to I-5 keep you from staying here. We are on B loop and while outside the traffic noise is audible, it gets lost in the wind through the trees. Southern Oregon is currently in a extreme drought, so absolutely no open fires are allowed. Still many access points to…
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It's a clean and large campground with flush toilet. It got some fun hiking trails around it. And it's 15 mins drive away from crater lake national park.
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I've been camping at rogue elk since I was 8 years old will always be one of my favorites . Nice quite little camp ground and the kids always enjoy playing in Elk Creek.
Large RV spaces.Nice staff.
The Resort offers many amenities. It has an indoor pool, spa and gym. Bathrooms, showers, laundry, on-site market and gas station. It beautifully maintained and amazing customer service. You can check in after hours!!! Just call the desk and let them know your plans and they'll walk you through…
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Lots of little spots along the river to camp. No cell service, no potable water or toilets. But beautiful views of the river.
Also close to the river. It gets very busy on holiday weekends. Also beware of camping here during the rainy season. The water covers the entire campground.
I love the customer service! They greeted us right when we arrived. Set up was easy the river access has stairs to climb down they have a pool table my grand boys stand and played till late they let us use their paddle board. Again awesome experience.
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Such a great place to camp! Our group took up 3 Large campsites. One was right on the shoreline and the second and third were above the shoreline site which worked perfectly for us and the restroom was just a short walk up the path. They have a camp store, a beach area with a snack bar, outdoor,…
Large campsites with provided fire rings and picnic tables. Water spigot near the sites but no electrical hookups available, so this is dry camping. The flush toilet bathrooms in the campground are clean, but old, which makes them appear, at first glance, to be worse than they are. The bathrooms in…
The pools are nice to soak and the general vibe is good. The campground is old and worn down which I don't mind much, but it is junky feeling. There are many long term residents with lots of junk in their spaces. Some are decked out with a creative spirit other are just garbage. The playground has…