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Camping in Midland


Midland, Oregon

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116 Reviews of 28 Midland, Oregon Campgrounds

Lori T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 17, 2021


We didn’t spend the night here, but were tempted. We pulled in to see if we could just pay to fill our fresh water tank. The owner wasn’t there, but the gentleman filling in for him was incredibly hospitable. He not only let us fill up, but offered to let us dump if we needed to (we didn’t).…

Month of VisitJuly
Laura M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 11, 2021

We drove through and chose not to stay

This portion of the camping area is called Oak Slope, the other being on the lake for RVs for residents displaced by fires.

For Oak Slope:   Imagine a steep tiered parking lot with narrow spaces. The whole campground is on a hill so the higher sites just look down on the lower sites. Most…

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Month of VisitJune
Laura M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 11, 2021

Loud and Poopy

Not far from Ashland and right past the Hyatt Lake Resort are some dispersed spots on BLM land near the lake. The lake level is very low so at this time you could drive quite close to it but it gets really muddy so watch out because it looks grassy and deceivingly dry. 

There is road noise but…

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Month of VisitJune
Reviewed Jun. 11, 2021

Klamath Falls KOA

Great RVPark, offering camping, propane, gasoline at an affordable price, full hook-ups, store, level sites. We were escorted to our site and was asked if it worked for us and if we needed anything else, within a few minutes we also received a text asking us the same, very professional. The…

Month of VisitJuly
Reviewed Jun. 10, 2021

Campers delight

Sunset campground is absolutely beautiful. The Lake of the woods is an amazing, clean lake. It has a wonderful view of Mt. Mcloughlin. The campground is clean and quiet. The sites come with a fire pit and electrical hookups which is always nice. The bathrooms are well kept and clean.

Jessica M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 1, 2021

Surprising attraction this year

This lake is empty now (2021) and it’s a nice surprise to cross the barren lake bottom to see many different terrains. Would be a nice discovery trip for kids finding lake bottom treasures. There are many active bugs here too, for the entomologist in you. It’s a well maintained and healthy forest…

  • Y loop full hook up
  • neighboring site
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SiteY54 & Y40
Month of VisitJune
Marjorie  W.
Reviewed May. 31, 2021

Nice and peaceful

We have stayed a few times in our rv with our dogs. It is very peaceful. The water and the pelicans are beautiful. The sites can be used with your rv or a tent. Each site has a fire ring and a grill. Our favorite thing to do is to take the dogs out for a walk in the Keno recreational forest. They…

Month of VisitJune
Toni  K.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 9, 2021

Nice camp ground on water

Walking distance to the water. Lots of obsidian with just a short walk. Very beautiful and secluded. Not many people and camp spots are located very far apart. Highly recommend. Nice star viewing.

Month of VisitJuly
Laura M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 7, 2021

Undergoing Improvements

At highway 66 near Ashland this park has both RV and tent sites. The RV sites are full/partial hook up (30 amp only) and dry camping. Note though that even if you pay for partial or dry you will still need to pay $10/dump your tanks. We opted for just full hook ups here. The tent sites are near the…

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Month of VisitJune
Laura M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 3, 2021

Beautiful Area!

We were headed to this campground but the last 1/3 mile was blocked by gate and snow covered road so we ended up staying in the large parking area which was actually not bad and we stayed 3 nights.  Website indicates campground is temporarily closed.

Signs stated that a permit is needed to…

  • campsites are tucked away
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Siteparking lot
Month of VisitJune
Reviewed Apr. 8, 2021

Quiet Island

This is undoubtedly the quietest campground we have ever visited.  Not just because there were few campers, but its location so far from any highway or city.  I would also like to give kudos to the the fire crews who saved this area from the fire last year.  The visitor center and campground are an…

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Month of VisitMay
Meghan The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 28, 2021

Nice Sno-Park with fire rings, pit toilets and warming station

Did one night here on a long road trip where a quick stop in Crater Lake was on the sightseeing list. There were a few RV's with generators running and a large group that gathered in and spent the night inside the warming station, so with COVID we never went inside, despite a friendly invite to…

  • View from our tent parked at back corner of the parking lot
  • Tent camping technically not allowed, but this isn't technically a tent right?
Month of VisitApril
KThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 24, 2021

Nice setting, hot showers

Enjoyed 2 nights here in a 20 ft trailer while exploring Ashland and Jacksonville nearby. Sites are tight but sufficient and quite pleasant wethinks. No hookups on the oak grove side. The larger RV sites around the lake are currently occupied by refugees of the horrific Almeda Fire that destroyed…

Dee S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Feb. 19, 2021

Hidden Gem BLM Paid Campsite

My brother actually found this campground for me on Google maps. I wanted to spend some time near Klamath Falls to do genealogy research on my Dad's ancestors. My brother located this little gem because it reminded him of a dream he had that tied into things that actually happened in the life of my…

  • Looking across the wide lake-like part of the river to the dam which you can't really see. I drove to that area later.
  • I tried to get a better photo walking along the shore.
  • This is the run off from the dam. There's a pipe that takes water, maybe for irrigation, alongside the river beyond the dam.
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Month of VisitJuly
Dan X.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 11, 2021

Caves, caves, caves!

The campground is standard fair, firepit/grill, lots of room. I've been up a few times and never had anyone next to our site given how remote it is. Great Nat'l Monument to visit during the winter because the caves stay the virtually the same temperature year round.

Explore the largest…

Month of VisitDecember

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