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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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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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We have been to Devil's Lake many times. We have tent camped in the summer and stayed in the yurts during winter break. It's a great campground.
The entrance is right in Lincoln City, so you're close to lots of things to do as well as stores to shop at if you forgot any supplies.
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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.
Love coming here! Kids love riding there toys around the paved loop. Going down to the water hole to swim and look for crawdads. Horseshoe pits are uses alot. Love that there is also showers. Can't get much better than that! That's why we keep coming back.
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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.
Not sure what these reviews are about, since I live a 15-minute walk from The Devil's Lake Campground. It is a very popular Campground for families oh, it is a safe Campground, and although we have a lot of Travelers and coming through every summer, some of which are people hiking the Oregon Coast…
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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This is a beautiful park. We've stayed here several times over the years. My favorite is when I am able to snag a cabin reservation, but tent camping is also very pleasant here. We're headed back later this summer and I can't wait.
The cabins are located near the day use area, but are back…
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Tent area is separate from RVs and it has lots of privacy. Camp host is very sweet, he brought fire wood to my tent. Nice trails and lake, nice bathroom/shower. It is about 100 yard walk through forested trail to showers and you can't park your car in your tent camp but it is small so the parking…
We really enjoyed camping at Wings and a Prayer farm in Amity. The hosts were welcoming and have such beautiful acreage in the heart of Oregon's wine country. We loved being amongst their Alpaca herd and Great Pyrenees dogs. We also participated in the Alpaca Trek, and each lead an alpaca around…
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Was just a place to stay in passing but wished we had more time. You can see how nice the place is from the pictures!
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