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About Joseph Stewart State Park
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Joseph Stewart State Park is located in Oregon
42.684 N
-122.615 W
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6 Reviews of Joseph Stewart State Park
Amazing !!!!

Prettiest park we have seen so far. Great spots, lots of hiking trails. Biking trails, fishing, boating and water falls. Only thing I would warn people about are the yellow jackets in the ground. Our dogs got into some and they went everywhere. Clean showers, great rangers and host. I just cannot say enough.


What an awesome place to camp! So much space, the lake is gorgeous! The best part is that we haven’t had to deal with any obnoxious, loud campers. Small families, lots of dogs, nice and peaceful

Spacious lake side campground

Large campground with lots of dispersed campsites. Bathrooms, water, firewood, hookups, picnic tables, etc. This campground has a movie screen set up for outdoor movies. It also has big fields and is located right next to lost lake. Very pretty well maintained campground with lots of recreational activities close by!

Spacious Grounds

This campground feels like wide open spaces with room to roam~

Lost creek

We have going to Stewart state park for many years it is an awesome park then you have lost creek next to it for fishing and boating

First to Review
saftey and beautiful

We were leaving crater lake and needed a place to camp. usually we hate going to rv parks because they are loud and, no offense to anyone, ritzy. we like the rugged road camping in the woods. but this was the exception. we got a tent site, which are cheaper, and the area we were in was for tents only. therefor we were one of two people there. the bathrooms were within walking distance and we had a view of the lake. it felt very safe because there was a trooper shack and we saw them every hour of the day making sure everything was okay. we then found an awesome walking path beneath ground level and against the water. it was truly amazing.