Tent Sites
About Elderberry Flats Campground

Elderberry Flat Campground provides 11 campsites along the beautiful West Fork of Evans Creek, a tributary to the famous Rogue River. There is a paved road that provides easy access to the campground which is typically open from late May to September. The area offers a variety of recreation activities including camping, biking, hiking, hunting, OHV riding, picnicking, swimming, and wildlife viewing. The campground provides multiple access points to the creek to enjoy the cool water on hot summer days. Granite sand bars, calm water, and gentle sloping access provide family friendly access to the water. Campsites are equipped with picnic tables and grills and there is one pit toilet. There is no fee to use the campground but a 14 day limit is enforced.

ADA Access: Yes at campsite 10

Fee Info
No Fee
Bureau of Land Management
ADA Accessible
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Showers
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RVs and Trailers
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
No Pull-Through Sites
Elderberry Flats Campground is located in Oregon
42.6625 N
-123.0989 W
Get Directions
Directions From I-5 Exit 48/Rogue River: Head northeast on Depot St – Turn left onto Pine St – Continue onto E Evans Creek Rd – in 6 miles take a slight right onto Covered Bridge Rd – Slight right onto E Evans Creek Rd – in 10.5 miles turn left onto W Fork Evans Creek Rd – travel approximately 9.1 miles and campground will be on the left.Directions From Medford I-5 Exit 30: Follow signs for Airport/Biddle Road – Turn right onto Biddle Rd – in 2.2 miles turn right on Table Rock Rd – in 9.7 miles turn right onto OR-234 E – Turn left onto Meadows Rd – in 8 miles turn left onto E Evans Creek Rd – in 3.6 miles turn right onto W Fork Evans Creek Rd – travel approximately 9.1 miles and the campground will be on the left.
1 Review of Elderberry Flats Campground
First to Review
Awesome Free Camping

Free camping with a pit toilet winner winner chicken dinner! A bit of a drive out but a very nice campsite. The actual campground has 11 sites with picnic tables and fire pits. The gate was closed when I went due to the current situation so about 500 feet before the actual entrance on the right is a road down to tons of dispersed campsites. Felt very safe here. Wonderful place. If there was service I would have told my friends not to expect me for another day.