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Great spot, good place to visit with family.
This place is quiet. Clean and the hosts are amazing. Although a lot of the campsites need tree removal as if you have a group or large equipment, it problem won't fit. It does need improvements. But for the price and usually an open spot. It's worth it. Plus it's a short drive to Trillium lake.…
This is a great place in the winter to park your motorhome and drive up to Mt. Hood for the day. Super easy to make reservations, the people in the office are extremely helpful and kind and if it’s not busy you can easily extend your stay. Their clubhouse, pool, workout and Rex room are open year…
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I find it's not the most well known spot, but why I don't know. Incredible views of Hood, low key, and great fishing.
My family has been coming here for decades. Unfortunately the last 5-6 years is become way over crowded.
Pebble Ford is a small and sweet campground on the East side of Mt Hood. Not too far from Meadows and Parkdale ... and even not to far for an overnight or weekend away from Portland.
The first come sites are just off of Forest Road 44 >> Dufur Valley Road. There is a main circle of sites…
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This place is incredible. First to cover the basics.
The internet is super fast - I was getting 75mbps up/down when I was in my tent.
They have power/water hookups at each parking spot. The glamping tents have heaters, lights etc. There are heated indoor bathrooms with nice free hot water showers…
Absolutely beautiful destination. Recommend weekdays or early mornings if you want to miss the crowds. Too packed for my taste, but you can tell high. Hot springs were very hot, includes private rooms, but expect to wait.
Beautiful spot on the Clackamas.
The actual campground is closed during the winter months, but the dispersed camping in this area is great. Plenty of space and nice flat areas with several established fire pits. Lots of wildlife in the area when I was there in December.
This is a county fair grounds with lots of RV space for all sizes. Self register at the gate and find your spot. Nice rest room and showers. Borders a large cattle ranch so you may hear cattle mooing but that’s about it. Very peaceful!
We stayed here 10/16 in our van. No one came through at all so it was pretty quiet. Large open gravel space with amazing view of Mt. Hood.
Great spot! On the side of a cliff in a turnaround spot that has two other roads. No tent camping but there are some spots along the same road. Down the mountain. Not the same view though: No one drove up the road while I was there but there isn’t much privacy, but for sure room for a couple other…
This location has comfortable camping sites. The biggest draw is the most beautiful reflection of Mt. Hood across the river. There is a trail that goes along the edge of river along the shoreline close to the sites. During the day it is heavily trafficked but peaceful as the evening starts.
This campground has great privacy and a nice feeling of being tucked away in your space. Plenty of room for tent and chairs with a long picnic table. The camp store offers essentials as well as fun souvenirs. The lake has rentable canoes and kayaks. The trail around the lake is gorgeous!