THE BEST Dispersed CAMPING NEAR
Top Elmira Dispersed Campgrounds
Recent Dispersed Reviews Near Elmira, Oregon
164 Reviews of 24 Elmira, Oregon Campgrounds
Amazing beachfront spot - we pulled up late at night without a reservation and there were available spots for $26 a night and hook ups for $33 (from memory might be a few dollars off).
Chilly but worth it!
The view was wonderful. We got a lakeside camp site which made it a simple walk down to the lake where we could swim and fish. The camp ground had a pretty big bathroom and separate shower room. We wish we could have been a little further away from the other campers but overall we were happy with…
- (7) View All
The staff were very friendly and helpful. My campsite was clean, spacious, and honestly in a pretty sweet spot. I would definitely recommend anyone to stay because my family and I most certainly are. Lot's of trails, there's fishing, showers, also their pet friendly.
A perfect spot to spend some time relax and enjoy the ocean. Can't wait to come back! Clean showers great staff!
Pro: beautiful location, well kept campgrounds, excellent amenities Con: expensive per night, noise pollution, not a lot of privacy
Had a great time staying here with a friend, we stayed at site 31, which is a bit back from the loop. A lot of the sites here at Waxmertyle are exposed to the paved…
It was a nice Abe quiet place to chill for a few days. Will go back.
No hook ups, but you can access the river.
Most sites are paved and flat. Has a fire pit and picnic table. Full hookups. I can see this place being very busy in peak season.
- (7) View All
We came here on a Saturday in early May and easily found a spot for the night with no reservations. Walk up sites are available for that night only due to online reservations.
This is a huge campground with many loops, and it is easy to get lost. It's beautiful and the sites are of varying…
- (11) View All
I wish we could have stayed longer! The spots were spacious and well priced. The river was beautiful! It was a great escape while still being conveniently located. Will definitely return.
Our weekend at Hult Pond was unforgettable. I know because I have tried.
Disbursed camp sights sprawl along this man made log pond and nightmarish horror movie set along a footpath seamingly designed to dump its evening travelers into the muck that is Hult Pond. Jagged old logs poke out of the…
- (4) View All
We have been here a few times and absolutely love the location. Being right on the water truly can't be beat! It's usually not one of the busier ones out this stretch of road, and is close enough to Fall Creek to reasonably run in for supplies. It's not overly developed but also not overly rustic -…
This used to be one of my favorite spots, and it's still a great little campground, but you used to be able to jump off the dock right into the reservoir, and now the level is kept so low that much of the recreation is no longer accessible. I do appreciate that they have group sites available!
Sharing the Benton County Fairgrounds, the Benton Oaks RV Park is located at 110 NW 53rd St in Corvallis, OR. Information and reservations are made by calling 541.766.6521 (weekdays) or 541.207.8194 (after5pm and weekends). This is a nice, safe, homey RV Park with 28 back-in and pull-thru sites…
Small RV park, easy to navigate through, super helpful staff. Decent wifi and convenient mini mart. Each site has a small picnic table and fire ring. They offer restrooms, showers, and a laundry facility but I didn’t use them. Fairly quiet aside from some periodic road noise, overall peaceful…
- (5) View All
I stayed at this campground for 2 nonconsecutive nights on a road trip up and down the Oregon coast.
I booked online, which is always convenient, but in late March that was unnecessary. There were plenty of vacancies and I saw multiple groups sign up as they arrived. I was car camping, but…
- (8) View All