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Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Farewell Bend
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
No WiFi
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Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
No 50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 56 ft.
Farewell Bend is located in Oregon
44.3036 N
-117.2276 W
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17 Reviews of Farewell Bend
Campground on Idaho/Oregon boarder just off I-84

This is a great state park located just off I-84.  It's far enough away from the interstate so you don't hear the noise of the traffic.  Its a large campground with some spots over looking Brown Lee reservoir.  The water level was very low but in the spring the boat ramp would be accessible.  I travel through this area frequently and will use it again as a pit stop if needed.  I visited at the end of summer so the weather was pleasant, but this area can get very hot in the summer and there wasn't that much shade.

Nice campground in scenic spot

We stayed here a night in our RV on the way through during Cycle Oregon. It's a nice campground in a scenic spot. I appreciated all the history displays regarding the Oregon trail that passed right through there.

So many flies

Nice CG in NE Oregon on the Snake River. Would be so much nicer if they watered the grass. Showers were cold. So many flies. Never did figure out why? Easy in and out.

Nice stop

Nice spacious park with privacy and open areas. Paved road and pads, mostly level. Nice hosts. Some hi way noise, not to bad. Easy in/out.

Riverside desert experience

Farewell bend is a day use state park and campground located near Huntington Oregon and nestled on the Snake River.

The park is a dry desert setting with yellowing grasses, tall spiny trees and sand dunes. The snake river is a deep emerald green flowing with foam from the upriver reservoir.

The campground has three large loops that can accommodate the largest of personal busses down to the classic sleeping bag. There are electric and water connections, a sewer dump and a boat launch. There are a couple of rentable waterfront cabins available on C-loop.

Many fisherman come here to enjoy the well stocked waters, keep an eye out for the other river wildlife commonly seen, rattle snakes. Other water sports are welcome here, boating and waterskiing happens all day long. The dunes across the river are a popular off-road and motorized fun location.

The river is pretty much inaccessible from the campgrounds, the day use area allows for access to the rocky beach, but the waters edge is not clean sadly, polluted with litter and river foam.

The park is a very warm and sunny Oregon escape with little to no cellular service.

Great weekend camping spot.

This is a very nice campground along the Snake River. There are lots of trees, lots of grass and shade. Places to go fishing as well. Perfect spot for a weekend camping trip.

Great place

Love this place, close to home. Not a lot to do but boat and fish, but that is our liking. Campground and facilities are always clean. Hosts and rangers always helpful

Great campground, clean, wonderful views

Spent one night here in our camper and had a great time. Outstanding views of the mountains and Snake River. Great Oregon State Park staff, very clean campground and facilities. Would definitely go back again.

Scenic roadside spot

This was a welcome respite for a weary traveler. The sites and facilities were clean and spacious. The views of the Snake River were fantastic and the interpretive Oregon Trail exhibit is interesting. The ONLY drawback is a bit of highway noise, as the campground is just a few hundred feet from I84, but, hey, that’s also why it was so convenient!

HellaHot and Dry at end of July!!

As hard as they tried, it seemed park staff could not keep enough water on the campground grass to keep it green. It was 100+ both nights we were there. Our RV A/C never turned off! The water level was so low, the river didn’t even look inviting. The only folks we ever saw were park staff and the poor soles that were tent camping. RVers were all inside with AC. We’d consider staying here again… at a cooler time… for one night while passing through.
No AT&T service.
We saw snakes, lizards, squirrels, rabbits, frogs, an owl, and lots of geese out on the water.