Marys Peak campground is on the highest peak in the Oregon Coast Range. Here you’ll find a quaint campground nestled among Douglas fir, noble fir and western red cedar trees. Each site is equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. A vault toilet is provided but there is no drinking water.
Just down the road from the Marys Peak Day Use Area, this peak has awe-inspiring views from the land to the sea.
This is one of the most primitive campgrounds I've seen. There were a few old picking tables, fire rings, and one vault toilet. We were the only ones there during the peak of camping season. There were lovely flowers and raspberries growing nearby. A few dead branches feel during the night, which was a little underling.
This is a great small campground for those close to Corvallis.
It is easy to get to, just a windy road. The winter does close this early, depending on the amount of snow that falls.
Has nice size sites and fire pits. Its a great place to take a group of friends to get away for a night.
Can get cold at night since it is at a higher altitude and weather changes quickly. Great hikes around the peak as well.