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19 Reviews of 10 Summer Lake, Oregon Campgrounds
We were sent to site 1 where the weeds were over 6” tall so we could not use our outdoor rug to keep all the dirt out of our trailer. The staff was very helpful.
No indication of camping here. The last turn off is blocked by a barbed wire gate and there’s a house at the end of the road.
High camp with great views. Road from Christmas Valley is all washboard until Crack park, then it gets better. For BLM, it’s nice. Cold May morning at 17 degrees.
Beautiful, remote and quiet. Large camp sites.
There are no campsites here. It is clearly posted NO camping and is just a rest area / picnic area.
Excellent sunset view. We took a smaller 4wd RV here and the road got really rough right after this spot.
After driving many miles down of the Oregon Outback Scenic Highway and miles of high desert, Trees by the creek at Chandler State Park. While not an Oasis of creek side repose, it offers a couple of relatively quiet flat pull outs. The Park is day use only but the sites are fine for a stormy nite…
Small, secluded, quiet stunning sunsets, lots of room for small & big rigs. No water or garbage service so come prepared. Spent 6 glorious days here. Yaked and fished to our hearts content. Hard to share this hidden gem!
We were the only ones there, so peaceful. The views up top we're incredible. Sites are good size and bathroom was clean.
Only downside is the road getting there is VERY bumpy.
This areas pristine
Great campground right on Dairy Creek. Only 9 first come, first serve sites and several have old log lean to covers over the tables. Site at the far back to the right is far and away the best with it’s own beach on the river. Lots of beaver activity nearby and could hear them thumping in the…
The Marster Spring campground is about 8 miles up a gravel road outside of Paisley, OR. There are a number of dispersed camping sites along that road, some of which have rock fire pits. I camped for a night in a secluded spot right on the Chewaucan river. The campground itself has toilets and fire…
Free spots, totally barren with Mars-like landscape and no trees. You're completely exposed to the elements, though there are covered picnic tables and fire pits. Beware of the pit toilets since they are often home to black widows (not the Marvel superhero…sadly). Sunstones galore. Easy to pick up…
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The sunstone is Oregon’s State rock. HERE AT THIS LOCATION YOU CAN COLLECT THEM FREE OF CHARGE - but don’t be greedy! They come in all shapes and sizes, but most are the size of a fingernail or baby’s tooth. You will need to drive out 45-90minutes on a gravel road to reach this location and it is…
This roadside state park is very small and has a couple of small pull off areas where you can camp. This park appears mainly to be for day use and stop offs. There is fishing and boating access up a trail on the east side of the park.
Restrooms and picnic tables are the only amenities.
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