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The park is quite beautiful and clean. The staff are friendly and helpful. The river was just a beautiful bonus.
All kinds of activity can be had here floating river, swimming, fishing, rock hunting, disc gulf, picnicking, hikes an bikes!
Close to the highway, without the highway noise.
Very well maintained, clean and professional
Several off leash dog areas.
Wifi only available in a few locations.
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Stayed on a lot right off the river with a steep little foot path to the rivers edge. Very beautiful and serene to see and listen to but the trade off is NO cell service what so ever.
Has so much potential! We enjoyed the stay but we’re on high alert a bit. Between 80% of the spots being vacant on a Saturday and a homeless guy on the far end, this place didn’t put off the safest vibes. That said, our #8 spot amenities - fire, table, water, electricity and spot - were great. And…
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This large campground is off highway 62 at Lost Creek Lake. There are water and electric hook ups and non hook up sites available.
$30/water and electric
We stayed here twice, once in a non-hookup site and we used a hook up site during a heatwave so we could have a/c. Nicely…
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This park is located between the Rogue River and the highway. Road noise is a problem.
There were also a lot of fish flies crawling and buzzing around (see previous review!). If you’ve never seen a fish fly Google them they are quite large and like to land on you!
The campground is…
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This is a great campground, very beautiful, but very busy. Off highway 62 take the Natural Bridge turn off and follow the road to the campground. The sites are for the most part secluded from each other and most are along the Rogue River with a mix of sun and shade. All sites have picnic tables and…
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Take the River Bridge turn off from Highway 62 and follow the road which turns to gravel, potholed and some washboarded road. Stay on the main road until you pass the actual campground and go over the bridge.
We did drive through the River Bridge campground which was $15/night but opted for…
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My wife and I stopped here after visiting Crater Lake. This campground is right on the Rogue river and is absolutely gorgeous. The sites are well maintained, and there are toilets. The “Natural Bridge” is a short walk away and is really cool. Lots of informative signs along the path to describe…
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Let me start by saying that Wolf Creek has vault toilets, which accounts for my low rating. I appreciate vault toilets - especially if they’re well-maintained, as those at Wolf Creek are - but as a tent camper, I appreciate sinks and showers far more. That said, my husband and I really like this…
This NFS campground is located on the Rogue River. Sites are very dispersed and full of Redwoods with river at your back. Doesn’t get much better than this for tent camping.
We just had to escape the crazy busy Oregon Coast so we drove inland to this county park along the North Fork of the Coquille River. There are modern flush toilets and vault toilets. Our campsite was between two waterfalls including Laverne Falls. We had a view of the smaller one from our creek…
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Super friendly rv management and staff- could not have been more welcoming. There are 2 dog runs, laundry, showers and bathrooms on site. Small store in the management office for sundries and rv gear. There are some full timers who live in the park but seem to be isolated in 1 part of the…
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So I paid for just one night and as I arrived there was no indication of where the hosts were. I knew my site so I drove to it and sure enough, it had my name and was reserved. I had already paid fees in advance so I figured if anybody needed me they would find me. The table and firepit were a…