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About Marys Peak

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.

National Forest
Drive In
Marys Peak is located in Oregon
44.509 N
-123.56 W
Get Directions
West of Corvallis, Oregon off Highway 34. From Corvallis, Oregon drive 14 miles west on Highway 34, and turn right on to Marys Peak Road. Keep right on Marys Peak Road, which will become NF-3010. After 8.7 miles, the Marys Peak Campground is on the right.
2 Reviews of Marys Peak
Very basic and secluded.

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.

First to Review
Best camping near Corvallis

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.