live in Molalla and this a quick 3 miles down the road. The park is a small county park that has a day use area with group day use site rentals. The day use area is on the banks of the Molalla river. There is a playground for the kids and swimming in the river. The campground is 1 row of (I THINK) about 8 spots nestled along a creek away from the day use area. Lots of trees and grass. Just around the corner down the road is the Shady Dell railroad park that has summer fun for kids and adults to ride trains for a donation. Going the other way you go into the Molalla river corridor that offers fishing and hiking.
two parking lots. they only open the second one if they need the overflow. theres a park and a lot of easy river access.
Feyrer Park campground is only about 30 miles off I-5, but by the end of those 30 miles you are fully ensconced in country quiet and tall, sheltering green. This place is great for solo trips as the stream, river, cornucopia of benches and vast space make great places for walking and meditating, while those same streams, open spaces, services, play equipment, shelter group areas and volleyball courts make it family friendly. Many campsites are next to each other, but also next to the stream. GEAR REVIEW: Swerve Cotton Modal Polo Shirt Review. Love the feel of this - it's smooth, light, breathable and pretty fashionable as far as camping shirts like this. Plus the fabric is stretchable and roomier that you think, fitting well in a variety of circumstances. And it's pretty affordable in the larger realm of comparable functional fashion. It washes well, dries quickly and this color will obviously hide the inevitable stains. I can - and will - recommend it!