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Great little park with plenty of space. Great showers. Even checked us in later in the evening.
Camped here for a night after visiting Crater Lake, couldn’t be more happy with my decision. The parking lot is easy to find, head down the road on the right with the “end maintenance” sign as someone has pictured, and you will see spots pop up pretty quick. I pulled off to the first set of spots…
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Free between May 1 and October 31, fee between November 1 and Aprio 30. When pulling in, there were a number of vehicles in the parking lot. We drove down the dirt road to the right and there were plenty of places available, and I think even in summer there would be ample room. This place is…
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Drove through Crater Lake NP for sunset and stumbled upon this Sno-Park later that evening.
It was a chilly night, and I got up super early to hit the road. So no pictures.
But I do know that I didn't have cell service (AT&T) on the paved part of the park but was able to pick up 2 bars once…
We had a great time camping at this free campground! Its secluded but pretty close to HWY 97, which is nice! There was a vault toilet there, but no other facilities so make sure to bring enough water, wipes, the whole 9 yards! We came the dat before hunting season opened so we got the last campsite…
No one bothered us and it was free. Pretty empty place when we were there.
Couple campsites, right by river. Lots of mosquitoes worst bites I've ever had.
Easy check in in this quaint little RV park right off OR 97 on the Williamson River. We were directed to our pull through site 26 with water and electric but only 30 AMP. We had to disconnect and park in the little field across from or trailer, which was not a big deal. Our site had 30 AMP but…
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This place was quite and nice to stay at!! The restrooms were beautiful and the river was so nice!! It looks like a great place to fish as well. I would not go swimming because the water was COLD.
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Very primitive. Don’t go here during a rainy period. You might not get out. It says there are 3 campsites, but there are only 2. No services, no toilets, no cell reception, etc.
Thompson Reservoir has shrunk considerably. There is no access to the water from this campground.
At Crater Lake taking the rim road it leads you the highest point in the park. This road is 7,860’ above sea level and the highest point around the rim drive. We stayed at Manama campground where our site D1 was facing the opposite way so that the fire ring, picnic table and amenities was on the…
The camp hosts were very accommodating. The site has. Nice area for dogs to run off leash. The kids loved playing in the water and the playground. The bathrooms were extremely clean.
Next to Annie creek a few sites are available. 2 asphalt sites then maybe a dozen drive in/tent sites. Annie falls is right up the road and the creek does bring cool air from the mountains. I stayed here 3 nights, close to Crater lake and an organic grocery/motel/TV park that I loved. Smoke from…
Crater lake is amazing! Highly recommended!
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