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Nice park with good amenities. Close to the airport so early morning air traffic in the skies above the park. There is an early morning train. I am a sound sleeper so didn't hear it but my wife did and didn't sleep very well. The park is near the town so you have excess to restaurants and shopping.
Small, convenient campground near Eugene. Large dog park adjacent, which is very convenient when traveling with your four legged friends.
We just happened to stop at this campground and I'm so glad we discovered it! Because we arrived on a Sunday we had almost the entire campground to choose from. I believe sites 24-30, 33, 35-39 are all on the river side which are great.
We ended up at site 26 which I think may have technically been a walk in site. We were able to get the Cricket parked at a good angle and then could just walk the 10 feet into the site which was totally private. Lots of space, with bushes all around and an area that is clearly made for a tent. The best part is that beyond the fence is a short private walk from the site down to the river. Absolutely beautiful spot to park our chairs and drink some wine.
The campground seemed pretty big but I think the sites near the river are the best, not only because of the river views but because you can't hear the road noise, which you can hear from other parts of the campground.
Another thing about the campground…there is a train track directly across from the river. The train went by around 4 or 5 times in the 24 hours that we were there, at least once in the middle of the night. I personally LOVED that. I love the sound of trains and I loved sitting at the river watching them go by.
Nice little RV park. Sites are small with all sewer hookups in the rear which require 2 sometimes 3 hoses. Dirt boat ramp, great place for the kids to swim as the river runs Sloooow. Excellent shower/bathrooms when COVID is over. Owner does enforce quiet time at 10.
Our group of three was here for Labor Day weekend. RV/Trailer and tent camping available. Darlene was there to greet us and take is to our parking spot. The parking area is clean and quiet. A short distance walk takes you to the marina. There is a shared area with, fire pit,fish cleaning station, bbq grill, laundry, and restroom facilities. Overall a pleasant experience. The only thing to note is spaces between RV/trailer is “cozy” and probably one of the tighter space once’s we’ve been to.
Awesome spot right on the river. Water was flowing and chilly but not painful in late July. There are a couple of good spots to jump off some rocks into the pools. Supposedly fishing is really good. Trees are tall and shady.
Lots of great trails for biking/hiking nearby.
The sites themselves are par for the course: table + fire ring. Enough space for 1-2 tents. Sites are a little close together / exposed to each other. It's fine if your neighbors are mellow but would be rough if you had rowdy folks adjacent.
It's a small couple of loops that tend to fill up fast. Plan on arriving mid-week in peak season to get the best spots. Keep in mind that if you're on the river side, people will be walking through/by your sites a lot.
We enjoyed this experience with our family of 4 and 2 friends. The drive to get there was a little hectic but worth it. Long gravel roads filled with holes and big rocks. Take your time on the drive, your tires will thank you.
Don’t forget he essentials, no electricity or running water. There is a vault toilet outside.
The McKenzie River has back to back water falls, including the Tamolitch Pool, also know. As the a Blue Pool
We went Memorial Day weekend and reserved a campsite way in advance. Not that it mattered as the rain scared most away.
Still, the scatter rain fall did not stop us from a lovely time.
Clouds in the canyon make the colors really pop, but less appealing to go for a swim.
The waters are rich and blue, making the string of waterfalls you can literally drive and walk to that much better.