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30 Reviews of 15 Hereford, Oregon Campgrounds

Shayla J.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 19, 2021

National Forest camping

One vault toilet, nice padded tent spots, access to water, $5 a night. Nice little paved hike that is wheelchair accessible and let's you see some nice big trees. Very quiet on a Friday night in June.

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Month of VisitJuly
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Reviewed Jun. 14, 2021

Unity Campground

Campground has water & power at sites in Loop B & C. Loop A also has sewer hookups. Lake was very low due to drought conditions. RV dump.

Month of VisitJuly
Mike E.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 12, 2021

Quiet beautiful campground near the Lake

Philip's lake is a delightful small Lake in the hills near Baker City Oregon and Sumpter Oregon. Is generally great weather and beautiful surroundings make this day wonderful small campground to relax and enjoy nature. There are only 13 campsites.. Non reservable. It is operated by the anthene…

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Month of VisitJuly
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Reviewed Jun. 10, 2021

Uncrowded

Used it as a stop over on a trip between Wallowa SP and Redmond, OR. No reservations, no problem, as there were only 3 other RVs when we arrived at about 5 pm.

Green grassy area, gravel roads and pads. No hookups, nice day use area, nice short trails, and local history of the site.

Month of VisitJuly
Juliet P.
Reviewed May. 31, 2021

So gorgeous!

This is the best free campground I’ve found myself at. It was very easy to find, the roads were fine for any vehicle and the views were incredible in every direction! The facilities were clean and the camp spots were relatively spread out but you could see/hear others.

Month of VisitJune
Judy T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 25, 2021

Quiet campground along John Day River

We have spent 3 nights total at this USFS campground. It is a small campground along the middle fork of the John Day River. There are 2 vault toilets to service this small campground. There is no water or garbage so bring your own water and pack out your garbage. The sites are very spacious and you…

  • John Day River from our campsite
  • wildflowers at Middle Fork Campground
  • several campsites at Middle Fork
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Month of VisitJune
RThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 22, 2021

Hidden Gem

We stopped at Unity Lake SPCG after pulling off I84 onto 26W, OR. The drive is spectacular and beautiful, the SP serene! CG was very clean, not crowded and mostly empty. Has paved sites, room between neighbors, elec hookup and water for our RV, and there’s a dump station, A full cell signal too.…

  • Dusk over the lake
  • Snow in hills
  • Clean and beautiful camping on the lake.
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Month of VisitJune
Jim M.
Reviewed May. 12, 2021

Secluded with trees and a large grass area

Self service kiosk, 30$ a night full hook ups. Pull throughs and back in sites. Showers and bathrooms are clean and across a grass area (see photo)

  • look for red barn at this intersection and drive on the north side
  • not many signs
  • fees and map
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Month of VisitJune
Thomas B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 15, 2021

Up in the woods

We ended up at this spot after finding roads closed by snow farther up the hill. It had plenty of fairly flat ground for our 26” skoolie. There was a fire ring, but we didn’t use. It got very cold at night. We were fine in our bus, but our traveling partner had his water bottle freeze in his tent.…

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Month of VisitMay
Raphaela H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 25, 2021

Beautifully maintained campground in the Blue Mountains

We stopped by Anthony Lakes on our way back to the Willamette Valley from Baker City. The campsite is on a property that becomes a ski resort in the winter (it's at over ~7000 ft). The campground was immaculately maintained and had lots of recreation options. On weekends in the summer, the ski lift…

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Month of VisitAugust
CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Feb. 4, 2021

Charmless and pricey but not without its plusses

The Baker City Motel has turned its back parking lot into an RV park that appears to be largely composed of long-term residents. It is charmless with trailers and campers wedged closely together on what was a muddy surface on the night I stayed there. That said, the park delivers on its promises…

Month of VisitFebruary
Maureen The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 2, 2020

So pretty with forest and lake views

Super clean. Great camp host and only $17 with my National Park Pass. Full hookups

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Month of VisitJuly
Greg B.
Reviewed Oct. 13, 2020

Beautiful, well-established, spot...

Touring through Oregon with my buddy on motorcycles, we had finished a great day of riding. Wanting to use his Oregon State Park benefits, we pulled into this spot. Although rather full, we found a great spot at the end of the ‘second loop’. Flat grass & plenty of room to pitch our tents far…

  • Social-distancing at its finest
  • Soft grass & a great view
Cameron The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 1, 2020

Best free campground ever

Plenty of campsites available. Campsites are drive up with fire pits and picnic tables. Very clean vault toilets. I had two neighbors and it was very quiet all night. No trash. There was a working water pump at the campsite. No bugs. Accessible via a long dirt road, no issue for my Honda Civic.…

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Reviewed Sep. 14, 2020

Nice quiet little spot for the night

About 15 minutes in blacktop off of 20. $15/night for electric(20/30/50 Amp) & real toilets and showers. I bet this place is nice on a clear night. We were there when it was smokey from the fires in Western Oregon.

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