This is more of a mobile home park with long term tenants. I didn’t feel like I was on vacation staying here. It was more like visiting a neighborhood.
Very quiet and cold. Beautiful scenery and a nice place to get away. No cell service which can be good or bad 😸. Very spacious sites that give privacy. Bathrooms are alright with pit toilets; no showers unfortunately. The lake was low when we were there.
I stayed here because of the reviews but it wasn’t my favorite. The water was nice but I probably wouldn’t return unless I needed a spot to sleep.
This is the closest campground to Crater Lake. It’s a great place to camp and be near the lake. If you don’t get a reservation we learned you can stand in line at 10am and get a spot. They have a cute little market with very expensive ice so make sure you bring your own 🙀. They have snacks, great OR beer and very good ice cream sandwiches as well 😻
This is a cute spot with beautiful green grass. Very well kept for the small place that it is. The bathrooms are clean and the showers are hot. Each spot has a picnic table and electric available. The caretaker is very attentive and easy to find if you need something.
I love this campground for its closeness to the beach. There are not a lot of campgrounds near Cannon beach so this one is my favorite because I can walk to the beach. Clean restrooms with hot showers for this Pacific Northwest Campground.
Better than a parking lot? We came upon this place while driving later in the day. It’s more of a long term place but will work for anyone driving through and wants a place with bathrooms. There is a restaurant onsite which was pretty cool.
Silver lake has tent and RV sites as well as cabins to rent. Boat rentals available as well. Beautiful campground with great scenery all around. Hookups first RVers available. The showers are clean and hot.
Everything you need with the dependability of a KOA. Nice large spots with electric. Just across from the state park where you can take beach walks and enjoy sunsets. Clean and spacious showers and bathrooms. Near the Washington border if you want venture over and you’d never know Costco and Walmart are nearby.
Great spots and lots to choose from. Each spot is spacious and large spots for bigger rigs. The bathrooms are clean and the showers are hot! This is a great spot to ride your bike and take in the beautiful scenery around you.
Small and very green Campground with just what you need as you’re passing through. The caretakers of the property are available for questions and take great care of the place. Tables at each spot make it easy to cook and bathrooms are clean.
This is a great place to stop as you’re going through Ashland. The field for tents is pretty large so you can set up on flat ground and have your own space. The hot springs are great for relaxing and pretty expensive ($7). As we were leaving I notice an electric outlet for the tenters which would have been helpful if I’d noticed it the night before 😬
Great campground between Hood River and the Dalles. The spots closest to the water have great views and trees for shade during the summer. If you’re there during blackberry season you’ll find lots of blackberry bushes to pick. Definitely check out the kite surfers in Hood River as well as several breweries. The only drawback is that you have to drive past it coming back from Hood River and then turn around to enter but it’s not that bad.
I love coming to this campground on my trips north from CA. You always feel like you’re in the wild camping on the beach and yet civilization is so close 🤗. They have tent sites on the beach with tables, RV sites, campers, cottages to rent. Laundry facilities is you need them and a cute camp store if you forgot something.
We arrived on a day that the water was like glass. Blue skies and beautiful views.
This is a great campground just off Key West on Stock Island. The surrounding area is a bit run down but once you’re inside the campground who cares 🤣. Key West is expensive place to stay but you can stay here for a quarter of the price! They have large spaces, lush landscaping and a boat dock!
The keys in general is an expensive place to visit especially in the Winter so it’s great that there’s an option to stay in a less expensive place. If Boyd’s campground is full this is a good back up. It’s not super big so spots fill up quick in season. They have 5 non waterfront spots $115/night in season and $90/night off season. The waterfront spots are $125 and $100/night. They do have monthly rates that give a great discount. They also have a boat dock available for $10/day.
Beautiful gem of a campground within the trees and you can drive to Mt St Helen’s from here. In the summer you can canoe and fish.
Silver Lake is one of the best Large-mouth Bass fishing lakes in Washington State. We also have a lot of Crappie, Trout, Perch, Bluegill, Catfish, Warmouth, Pumpkin Seed, and two kinds of Carp.
You can launch your own boat or rent one. This is a great place to stay for visiting Mt St Helens and playing in the lake during the summer.
Prices range from $25-$40 and they also have some cabins for rent. You can rent a pontoon for $115/day. The showers and bathrooms are clean with nice hot water!
This state park on the edge of Washington is absolutely beautiful and wild. It’s best to visit in the summer of course as the weather can be very unpredictable the rest of the year. The spaces are large and spread out (so are the bathrooms). Very green and lush!