we chose this site based on its central location to points if interest we wanted to visit while in Oregon. we didn't spend much time at the site, except for dinner and to sleep. it was quiet and the onsite staff was friendly. no complaints. very quiet.
Fun place to visit if you live in Yamhill County (or even Salem/Keizer area). Especially when you want something close by and need to get out and explore! Pet friendly, great nature walks, and so much to see!
No swimming, but beautiful scenery and clean cabins and big tent pads in the tent sites. We booked a cabin and a tent site for a recent family vacation and it was lovely. We visited the Champoeg visitor center and I loved the heritage garden. Highly recommended for a quick getaway.
absolutely beautiful and peaceful. you can have fun out there alone or with a big or small group. We love to do bible studies and church camping trips out here. I’ll do a day pass where I just take my kayak to the dock and just launch off and kayak all day. have seen so much wildlife out there it’s breathtaking. there are hiking trails, bike trails. a small stage to do performances, and much much more.
This campground is a wonderful escape for someone who is not wanting to travel too far from the urban areas like Salem-Keizer. It is a quiet campground with a designated Dog area, beautiful cabins, trails, and an interpretive museum. The cabins are covered with stink bugs at certain points of the year, be forewarned.
This campground isn't my go to for a regular camping trip, however it's a great place to get from the city on my bike easily. The hiker biker site is top notch and provides plenty of distance from the main campground.
The settings are beautiful and highly recommend the trails that connect to the park. Walking along the river is a treat.
This is a jewel location for a park. Not only are there 16 miles of off road biking trails, there is a large open area for frizz-bee Golf with baskets. This campground accommodates RVs, and walk in Tents and there are Yurts and Cabins to rent. I have enclosed a photo with the rates for this year. There is also a camping areas along the river accessible from a boat. There was a great little museum store with the history of the area as a beaver trapping area that was farmed by trappers who settled there.
Bike trails, huge visitors center with a museum, disc golf, wide open picnic and pet exercise areas, some beautiful campsites, everything well off the road. Some of the sites were a little close together, but the place is so huge, well-attended by rangers and with the large areas well separated. Part of the beautiful countryside that is the Willamette Valley.
Checking out the St. Paul rodeo? Stay here! It's right off the I5, and perfect spot for RVs. The campsite is convenient and clean, but it's not a destination in and of itself. Just a place to rest for the night.