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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.
Cozy place great for large groups Has every thing a campground needs
Beautiful, remote and quiet. Large camp sites.
This place has great little grassy areas next to each pull through—each one has a newly planted tree and a picnic table. The sites are level. Contrary to listing they do have 30 amp service. There’s a little playground for kids, as well as a warm, clean bathroom with showers. There’s a laundry…
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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!
This areas pristine
Had a great time exploring around the area. The park was bustling with folks who just wanted to enjoy time away and managed to stay quiet. Jay was a great camp host. He told us about the fishing around the reservoir so we'll most definitely be back.
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…
We came across this little place, well kept up and the spaces between each site are nice. Very close to fishing you can walk to. Cute little town
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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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This crater is a hidden gem. Extremely calm winds all around, but on the eastern rim the wind shoots out so fast it deforms the tree like those on the coast.
Very simple site. Drive up, walk up, hike in or ride your horse. There are plenty of ways to access this location from near by roads.