If you like expensive, no privacy, noise filled camping, this is the place for you. The only thing good is the day use park, and the river.
I can completely see why people would like this park. It has amazing facilities, super-nice staff people, clean bathrooms. The shower was honestly almost nicer than the one I have at home. There's plenty of space for playing around in the creek or riding bikes. You can pick blackberries. All-in-all, a very lovely campground.
However, we happened to hit this park at just the wrong time. For hours and hours there was some kind of maintenance crew backing up with their trucks. We were also right next to the parking lot, which is where a very loud group of men decided to meet up to go fishing at 4 in the morning.
Other than the annoying noise, definitely a nice spot.
Nice little county park on the banks of the McKenzie River in Coburg Oregon, just north of Eugene. A handful of wal-in tent spots on site with a couple of larger RV/camper site loops on hand as well. Groups campsites also available. Very nice showers as well as laundry facilities. Flush toilets, water, and electric hookups in the RV spots with dump stations also on-site.
Also, as a nice perk, there is a free wi-fi network that worked pretty well. Very affordable and we had a very friendly camp host. Popular spot so book early and there’s not that many spots, so books up quickly. There’s a nice walk that takes you right to the river/shoreline.
The on-site host is available by phone at 1pm to 2pm and I believe 4pm to 5pm. Otherwise you have to call the main line and book a space. It’s $20 or $30 for a tent site and $30 for a rv site. I have stayed there multiple times. It has showers and bathrooms and it is clean and safe. It’s a great place to stay close to town and avoid the hotel scene.
I love how green everything is. it is a nice campground near the river.. Restrooms are clean as well. Book in advance also as they fill up quick.
Located near Eugene, OR, this is one of the few local campgrounds near us.
Open year round and it is usually full year round as well. Reservations are definitely a must for this small campground!
This campground has all the amenities! Full hook up sites, toilets/ showers, laundry, swimming/boat ramp, picnic area, and even a dog park. Wide variety of site sizes and can accommodate most RV sizes. There are also hiking trails nearby.
Close to town so you can easily get forgotten supplies or groceries. Perfect stay for a quick overnight when in town for Ducks games or just getting out of the house!
Definitely recommend checking this one out if your in the area!
We stopped here along our route home to California and it’s definitely cozy. Very accommodating to RV’s but quite a few tent campers like use were pitched in as well. Hot showers, WiFi, laundry and charming shops along the road leading in made us feel very much like we were glamping. Loads of stars at night and no freeway noise from Interstate 5. Lots of open space for kids to play or to set up a game of volleyball or badminton.
If your staying here on the weekend make sure you reserve your spot early they are always booked on the weekends. It was right next to the river. The sound put me right too sleep. They have awesome showers and front load washers and dryers. There was nothing for the kids to play on but they have a dog walk area. There is also a boat ramp. The night was quiet and peaceful.
This park has everything! Clean bathrooms, laundry, full hook ups, dog park, river access… all within a 10 minute drive to downtown Eugene! I love this campground.
It's $33 a night, but hey, at least you get a lot of somethings for it. These are 32 reservable sites, pretty well spread out with - bonus - vegetation between some campsites. Overall it kind of has a little bit of a sanitized, urban feel with what's on the outskirts of the campground, but it's fairly open and roomy, there's a boat ramp to the large McKenzie River, an active park host in an active go-cart, a volleyball court, lots of room to walk and walk dogs (includes a 2-acre dog park), horseshoe pits and, because it's just a few miles north of Eugene I suspect, wi-fi (that could be a good or bad thing). Drinking water, flush toilets? But of course. You won't be blown-away, but you won't be disappointed. A clean, well-organized camping area, a step up from KOAs for those true campers out there (and you know who you are…).