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Wolf Creek Park

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AThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 23, 2022

Decent camping stop

Wolf Creek was a nice, quiet place to stop for the night. The hosts were very pleasant and helped us find a spot. The sites weren’t very spacious however, and not a lot of level areas (for an RV). Would not recommend Class A Motorhome as our sprinter had a rough go of the groups. Very pretty spot however-with lots of places to walk your dogs!

Month of VisitJune
  • Review photo of Wolf Creek Park by Anja R., June 23, 2022
  • Review photo of Wolf Creek Park by Anja R., June 23, 2022
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L & K S.
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2021

Rough around the edges

Has so much potential! We enjoyed the stay but we’re on high alert a bit. Between 80% of the spots being vacant on a Saturday and a homeless guy on the far end, this place didn’t put off the safest vibes. That said, our #8 spot amenities - fire, table, water, electricity and spot - were great. And it was fun to have the place to ourselves. Didn’t have to worry about being too loud. Dogs had a blast off leash (although leashes are required…we didn’t have to keep them from anyone.) The little creek was fun for them.

Month of VisitJuly
  • Review photo of Wolf Creek Park by L & K S., June 13, 2021
  • Review photo of Wolf Creek Park by L & K S., June 13, 2021
  • Review photo of Wolf Creek Park by L & K S., June 13, 2021
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Laura M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 19, 2021

Lots of Weird In and Out Traffic

 This could be a really nice campground. It is a bit rundown and overgrown, though sites along the creek were nice. We drove in and did not need a reservation, but reservations are available 3 days in advance.

Non hookup sites are $15 and partial hookup sites are $25.

 The host did not come around that we saw but they were working on their truck with seats torn out and a lot of stuff laying around their site covered in tarps. 

There is both dry and hook up sites with electric and water but no sewer hookups. The dump station was locked and appeared not to have been used in a long time so unsure if it is available to use or not. 

Driving through the campground we noticed that the hook up sites were really unlevel and narrow access from trees and low hanging branches. We were able to get site #13 (non hook up) with level enough spot for our 26ft rig. There were only a few other campers and those appeared to be fairly settled in long term. 

Towards the evening there was a lot of in and out traffic and strange things going on. One guy parked his car near us then searched the woods for calling out for someone then left. Later there was a guy that pulled up in a truck with his headlights shining in the woods got out walked in the woods then got back in his truck and left. There were some campers that came in throughout the night and we hear lots of talking and lots of flashlights in the woods in all directions, then cars and trucks coming and going from that site as well. Needless to say it was an unrestful night and I won’t be back. I also read online about hauntings at the Inn down the street and missing people. 

The toilets are wooden shacks with pit toilets. No showers. There is a disc golf but only saw a few cages. Garbage and water are available. Good cell reception.

Month of VisitJune
  • The messy site at the end of the video belongs to the host
  • Review photo of Wolf Creek Park by Laura M., May 19, 2021
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Wolf Creek Park is located in Oregon

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Take I-5 North or South. Get off on exit 76. Turn left under freeway and right at the stop sign. Turn left on Main St. to the Park entrance.


42.69450921 N
123.402679 W

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