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We love lost lake! Busy in the summer, but beautiful!
Great camping experience close to hiking and fishing.
Sites are fairly large and private. Nice little hike around the small lake. Good swimming area, park, and community spaces to use. Bathrooms are quite unkept but it has flushing toilets and a shower.
This resort is a great place for RVs. It is across the street from a shopping center that includes Costco. About 20 miles south of Portland along I-5 freeway with easy access. ￼
Small to medium size park right next to the gorgeous Clackamas River. Staff is helpful and friendly. Only complaint is there is no signal or wifi.
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Quite and peaceful. Lots of shopping nearby. Monthly rates are spectacular.
Large rv park by the river. Mix of short term stay and long term residents. Sites are fairly near to each other due to the volume of sites in the park. Sites are clearly numbered and have full hookups. Small playground and swimming pool in the complex along with laundry facilities. Pay attention to…
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Although this campsite does not provide electricity at all (I was hoping for a AC outlet in the bathroom but none were there). This campsite is worth staying. It has a decent distance from other campers and I don’t feel like I’m crunched up in my camp ground. Water is around certain campsites. #3…
We arrived late after leaving Portland for Mt Rainier. We stayed in a tent site right on the main road. Cars started going by early in the morning (Friday). Had a beautiful morning walk through the old growth forest before packing up and heading to the National Park. We had water, but the bathroom…
This place is Horrible. They have several rangers who patrol the campground hourly or less to make sure campers are obeying rules. Even if you are doing nothing they will come to your camp day or night and warn to give you a citation and ban from all parks. Even grounds women patrol and warn about…
The campground is pretty remote-don’t expect any cell service-I didn’t have any with AT&T. The last 15 miles on the road to the campground is very winding and narrow-you have to drive 25mph for safety. The road was in good condition though. The campground is also very hilly. The C loop that I…
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I’ve need here a couple of times and every Saturday night hordes of teenagers show up and party all night. Loud music, drunk driving, trash everywhere, reviving up engines and yelling all night. When confronted the terns said this is where the local kids come to party and purposely run people out…
Great camp ground friendly staff. Nice small hike fun fishing catch and release only though
I came here for a one night mid-week in summer to spend my birthday.
Note: There are two campgrounds in Beacon Rock State Park. I stayed in the lower RV park and this review is for that.
The campground is set a ways back from main day use area. You go under a railroad bridge to get…
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This beautiful wooded campground is close to the river by the Carter falls trail. We stayed at 3 different spots all unique. Only thing that was a little scary was many spots were closed due to hazard trees.