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This place was packed. The site had a table and fire pit. Enough flat spot to put my little tent. Most everyone here had RVs and there are Yurts interspersed throughout the campground. Restrooms were large and clean.
Open area type county campground with no privacy that sits between the main road and the river.
A lot of fishing boats as it has great river access but very crowded. We checked it out but did not stay here as it was dusty and crowded and loud. There was no water provided at this time, also NO…
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Do Not let the close proximity to I-5 keep you from staying here. We are on B loop and while outside the traffic noise is audible, it gets lost in the wind through the trees. Southern Oregon is currently in a extreme drought, so absolutely no open fires are allowed. Still many access points to…
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This state park is just north of the quaint town of Bandon. There are a wide variety of campsites, to include yurts. It is very difficult to get reservations for this popular campground (CG). We tried as soon as the reservation window opened and it was already booked. So, we didn’t actually camp…
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We spent a weekend at Lake Selmac camping in our RV with our four kiddos. The hosts were incredibly kind and helpful. The new Owners of the Marina were wonderful as well. The campsites were all so beautiful with all the amenities one may want. You really felt removed from the world while there BUT…
The owners are great. Turns out her parents owned this and she now got it from the people who bought from her parents. They have gone beyond with the tee pees fishing hate to leave.
It’s a dispersed camping area that has some very nice spots. The river runs right by the sites and one has a nice rope swing.
We have stayed at a few spots here. If you are by the freeway it can be noisy. If you are by the river, it's awesome. Clean bathrooms and showers. Convenient access to Interstate 5. The Oregon Park staff are friendly and helpful.
We got in late and were able to drop off $10 into a pay box, the camp host found us and chatted for a bit. He was friendly. There’s plenty of room for a saturday night on July 4th weekend.
Our GPS wanted to take us up to Exit 48 on I-5N, but we followed the website instructions and the State Park signs off I-5 and took Exit 45B. You will go through the rest area before coming to the gate leading into the campground (CG) areas. Check in was super easy with a very informative brief by…
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If you like riding dirt bikes or quads this is the place that's local and has a nice swimming hole also
The campground is right off a highly traveled hwy without and natural barrier to prevent road noise. The sites are pretty close to one another. Still a good place for the night.
Wonderful park and delightful hosts! Clean toilets; open 730am-900pm during summer, and 8am-8pm other times. The RV faces a wonderful park. There’s a nice trail to walk or run around the park, and also by the river minutes away. There are 2 spaces for tent camping, and 11 available RV sites and all…
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We just stayed one night with some fellow rv’ers. They were in spot C11 which has 3 trees PERFECT for 2 hammocks and great shade. We were in B30 which was just ok. Overall it’s a nice park with trails but I felt like we were being nitpicked by the camp hosts about everything. Our wheels on the…
Got a last minute reservation for our 39 foot RV. Full hookups, easy pull through! Beautiful and quiet. Hiked down to creek with deep pools and swam.