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Took my family here for the first time and it was very pleasant! The spots are nicely spaced out to provide privacy and each have a fire pit and picnic table. The spaces range in size but every space that was open was more than enough to accommodate my family of 5.
There are ample amount of trails…
If you want to camp in Oregon this is the place to go. There are several waterfalls and hiking trails. You can see wildlife and you can't beat the beauty. You can tent camp and they also have yurts.
A quick 35 minute drive from Portland, Barton Park is an easy destination for family-friendly camping.
We camped here the first weekend in June with two other families, all with toddlers around the same age. The kids enjoyed the two playgrounds, wading in the river, and walking some nature…
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Nice small lake with a close to established campground. I was hoping for a true disbursed experience, you know boondock. There were established sites and a composting table. Nice spots, nice lake. Could pull in a 16’ trailer but until the camp site there is no other turn around spot so beware. More…
The park is in a beautiful location (right on a river) and staff is very nice. Cons: over half the park live there (and a couple residents were interesting…) and the highway noise is loud all night.
The park is beautiful the bathrooms and showers are clean
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The gist: Right off of I5 but far enough you can’t see it (sounds like a waterfall or a strong river)
Wood for purchase
Walk-in sites are well spaced (we can’t hear our neighbors!)
No bugs! (June)
Summary: We reserved the last site of the walk-ups and…
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Silver Falls is awesome to visit and the campground is great if you have the opporunity to stay for a day or two.
Beautifully forested and close to the waterfalls, the campground has all the features you could need. Tent sites, rv sites, and cabins. It's very popular and can sometimes be hard to…
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Stunning camping in a temperate rainforest. Sites are big and private. Very quite and tons of near empty trails even with a full campground on a weekend in the summer. Walking, bike, and horse trails. Close to the ten waterfall trail on the day use area.
What a beautiful park and campground! The hiking is epic, campground is clean and has everything you could possibly need including clean bathrooms and showers, firewood, and water access. Can't wait to go back.
The staff is very friendly. Nothing fancy here but the price is very affordable.
This place gets CROWDED, and is hard to drive around/walk around due to the amount of day users. Stayed in a cute yurt which was a bit of walk from the lake (~.25 mi) which is fine but getting my kayak down was a bit of a pain due to the amount of people occupying the road/parking etc. Stunning…
This park is more for full time living. Not much to do here. The Columbia River is across the street but there is no access because there is a yacht club, it's fenced around.
We stayed at site 73 which was semi private and close to the area where extra vehicles park. At this area was also access to the south falls trailhead. Which was nice for us to just walk from our campground to the falls. Heading towards the falls is a large area for picnicking and day use. The…
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Definitely not upscale which can be a good thing. Friendly folks in the office and on the phone. Stayed Memorial Day weekend in a site along the Lewis River. Somewhat small sites, but not overly so. Restrooms were fairly clean, but some accumulation of leaves and dirt dragged in on shoes, Small…