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This is a large campground, mostly populated by big rigs, and mostly long term stays. Looked like a lot of people were working in the area. Almost all of the RV's there are very nice - no long term stay hoarder scenes. The roads are paved, majority of sites are pull through, photos on Dyrt are…
We had a great time staying at River Bend! This was our first trip here and won’t be our last, we’ve already made reservations for next year.
The sites were maintained very well and the camp hosts were very friendly. In addition to the paved driveway for our trailer, there always a nice, large…
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Great place to boondock. Large sites in a private campground. A bit difficult to access as two signs give conflicting information. One must call to reserve but another sign says welcome to all...covered picnic tables, outhouses, large sites close to Alsea River under old Doug Fir. Shady and quiet.…
The campground is a circle with campsites that are shaded, fairly open, with grass in the center. It is well kept but rather boring in itself. It does well to provide a quiet place out of the sun next to the Alsea River. Some wading pools but fairly nondescript. However, 1.5 miles south is a…
Beautiful place right next to the lake! Wasn’t a fan of how open the sites are and the noise from the highway. We were tent camping however so your mileage may vary with a camper/trailer set up.
Campground is not too bad if you don’t mind the lack of privacy. Most of the sites are out in the open with no shade or trees around. We camped the first weekend of September and the reservoir was empty. We were really disappointed since we chose this campground so we could fish and swim. Our…
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Had a great weekend there and the camp ground was right on the shore , also found a native arrowhead 1st night there which happened to be my 45th birthdsy , memories
Right off of Hwy 20 is a huge parking lot to stay for free in while you hike in this area May-Oct.
Nov 1- Apr 30th you’ll need a permit to park here while you partake in various snow related activities.
Pit toilets available in the parking lot as well as a trash can. Lot is paved and…
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Gorgeous hikes all around. My wife and I did the maple trail. Campsites were completely full end of August and very close to together. Good facilities on site.
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A lot of sites are right next to the highway, and a lot of sites are close to the water, (when the level is higher). Very close to Portland though
Was looking for a campground that was open after many of the wildfires had closed most of the others. Came across this simple little campground.
Parked next to the Blue River Lake, gives easy access to the water
Not a ton of spots, but plenty of room for each spot. Pit toilets, and campfire…
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Driving through the small town to get here, we were a little concerned as to what we would find. But it’s actually a very nice spot along the river and below the large trees. Spots have water but no electricity, and it has full bathrooms and showers. We spent one night.￼
This RV park is awesome they take them back in the care of the grounds… It has a dog wash and a car wash a pool and a hot tub and it’s on the lake
Very nice, clean, nice atmosphere and helpful employees.
Seem full every time I go there